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Hellman's X-Country Ski Hills

Hellman's X-Country Ski Hills

The right amount of snow fell a few days ago to prepare the trails. The group of volunteers have been busy at the hills to open as many trails as possible. Cross country skiing is very good exercise and it is free, as before, at Hellman's Hills.
This week in history

This week in history

Remembering Dottie
Holiday Train entertains crowd

Holiday Train entertains crowd

On the cold winter morning of December fourth, the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train pulled into town. The train is touring for its 18th year in an effort to raise money, food and awareness for local food banks and food shelves.
Crazy for You - Rocks the house

Crazy for You - Rocks the house

A jaw dropping show at the Aud!
Broken Nose Mall Santa release album

Broken Nose Mall Santa release album

The Broken Nose Mall Santa (BNMS) band has been together on and off for about four years, recently releasing their first album – Ditch Picnic .
L-Tones in  the park

L-Tones in the park

“Pick Me Up On Your Way Down,” crooned Larry Gabriel with the L-Tones, Thursday evening in Victoria Park. The L-Tones played on Jubilee stage on a beautiful evening, with a good crowd to enjoy their country music.
Prairie Joe outdoors in Virden

Prairie Joe outdoors in Virden

Prairie Joe, a band from Oak Lake is making a name for themselves with their country music. They have played as far afield as Saskatoon and Kenora, ON.
Southwest Assiniboine Retired Teachers Tour

Southwest Assiniboine Retired Teachers Tour

“Go west, young man, go west” was a phrase made famous by American author, Horace Greeley, originally attributed to John Babsone Lane Soule in an article which appeared in the Terri Haute Express in 1851.

Still life/portrait artist at Gallery

Kayliegh Penner of Oak Lake, daughter of Tim and Karyn Penner is showcasing her art work at the Arts Mosaic Gallery for the month of August.
RCMP Musical Ride a Success

RCMP Musical Ride a Success

The RCMP Musical Ride made its way back to Virden for the first time since 1978. A crowd of about 1,500 people of all ages filled the bleachers and lawn chairs at the Virden Agricultural Fair Grounds, Thursday, July 14.
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