The wait for a new school was a recurring theme as Western School Division briefed the public on current operations and projections in the lead up to the 2017 budget process.
Morden and Winkler rated high in the last cost- efficiency study by the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses, but Morden Mayor Ken Wiebe has questioned the validity of the report.
One of 10 people arrested in 2014’s Operation Denver has been found guilty of trafficking cocaine and two counts of breach of recognizance.
There were 15 roses in a vase as Senator Marilou McPhedran stepped up to the podium Nov. 26; 14 for each victim of the 1989 École Polytechnique massacre and one white rose for current victims of gender-based violence.
At 15 teams, this year’s Giant Tiger Curl for the Critters outstripped last year’s 11-team turn out.
Public libraries are next up for a provincial review.
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but the Morden Area Foundation has an email worth $10,000.
A 41-year-old Morden man will face drug-related charges in court after St. Pierre-Jolys RCMP cracked down on a marijuana grow operation Oct. 22.
On Nov.20, police received a report of a domestic assault that took place the previous night. The victim attended the Morden Police Service to advise he and his wife got into an argument resulting in the accused becoming angry and pushing the victim multiple times while attending the bar around 12 a.m. The victim tried to turn over his car keys to
A 21-year-old Carman man has been arrested following what Winkler police have described as a serious sexual assault.
Two pick up days have been added for locals wanting to stock up on winter clothing through the United Way Koats for Kids campaign.
Building permit fees will not increase in 2017, the local planning district has said.
South Central Cancer Resource had more demand for their services, more donations, and more net income during what treasurer Wes Schroeder described as “a fantastic year”
Downtown Morden was unusually crowded late Nov. 17 as shoppers rotated through stores participating in Wrapping Up a Morden Christmas.
Emergency communications will be getting an upgrade in Morden.
“Lest we forget,” is generally not a problem in Manitou. This year was no exception.
Morden honoured the soldiers at the Remembrance Day ceremony at the Access Event Centre on Nov. 11.
The red carpet was out Nov. 9 as the Morden and District Chamber of Commerce hosted one of the biggest nights of the year for Morden business.
Brian Scharfstein didn’t start out as a pedorthist, although he did get his start in his family’s footwear company 49 years ago.