Investigators are still looking into the cause of a fire that caused substantial damage to a Schanzenfeld home Tuesday night.
The last year was a year of firsts for Morden-Winkler MLA Cameron Friesen.
A number of local businesses were shut down in the Pembina Valley due to health code violations in the last year.
The Carman-Dufferin Fire Department is asking people to stay off the Boyne River until further notice.
The City of Winkler and City of Morden are thanking last winter’s mild weather as snow clearing costs come in from the recent string of storms.
The Winkler Fire Department is asking residents to be aware of fire hydrants when clearing snow and make sure gas piping is clear of snow.
When Constable Jonathan Goertzen, leader of the Regional Support Tactical Team, reviews video of his team’s first drills in 2014, he says it’s hard to believe the improvement.
After a successful first year, Diversitas is looking ahead to 2017, and is hoping to find a sponsor to continue their work.
This past year saw the opening of Katie’s Cottage next to the Boundary Trails Health Centre.
The City of Morden started last year with controversy.
Roads and drainage were some of the first things that came to mind when R.M. of Stanley Reeve Morris Olafson looked back on 2016.
The victim reported that she had gone to sleep with her boyfriend and awoke to male acquaintance who was touching her in a sexual manner. The suspect was confronted by the boyfriend and fled the residence upon police arrival. A 49-year-old resident of Winkler has been charged with sexual assault and breaching the conditions of his undertaking.
A Milton woman has been identified as one of the victims of the New Year’s Day terrorist attack on a nightclub in Istanbul, according to media reports.
Holiday travel hit a sudden stop Dec. 25-26 as a Colorado Low swept into the Pembina Valley, leaving behind upwards of 30 cm of snow for the second time in the space of a month.
RCMP reported a sharp increase in traffic accidents this week as the region hit a lull between an Alberta Clipper that dropped several centimetres of snow overnight Dec. 20 and the multi-day Colorado Low expected to drop at least 15 centimetres through the holiday weekend.
Outdoor rinks and cross country trails are once again open for public use.
Morden’s police board has a road map for the first time.
New software will increase ties between Morden Police Service and other police agencies nationwide in 2017.
Most bikes in the Pembina Valley go into storage when the snow falls. The City of Morden and Peter Loewen of Country Cycle and Ski want to change that.