Earlier this month, local pilot John Carley celebrated an aviation highlight.
Sunday May 13 is Mother’s Day, and on June 17 we will celebrate Father’s Day. On these days we give thanks for the countless sacrifices that have been made to nurture, protect, and care for our development.
Manitoba Agriculture and Manitoba Infrastructure are encouraging farmers, drivers and agricultural equipment operators to make road safety a priority this spring. Warmer temperatures mean an increase in oversized equipment travelling on Manitoba highways is expected to begin soon.
Big Willy’s Pizza is back in town.
The law office of McCullough Mooney Johnston Selby LLP will soon be home to pieces from some of Carman’s up-and-coming young artists.
When our family moved to Morden in 1951, I met Nettie Dyck, my first friend. I was 7 years old and had already lived in three communities in Ontario and was now in my fourth community in Manitoba. Nettie’s family had moved many times also but for entirely different reasons.
A local business’ donation to the Carman Scouts, Cubs and Beavers is one that will benefit generations of kids to come.
As I write this, it is April 2, 2018. The weather in Carman this morning is -18°C and -27°C if you factor in the windchill. The ground is covered in snow. Where is spring you ask? Do not despair – there is hope. . .
The province has approved more than 120 projects across the province with funding totalling close to $30 million and Southern Health will see 22 of those projects.
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