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Draft Horses show in Virden

Draft Horses show in Virden

Manitoba Percheron & Belgian Club Draft Horse Futurity in Virden
Concrete fun ahead for Virden skaters

Concrete fun ahead for Virden skaters

Virden’s Skate Park is taking shape as each day goes by
Community News: Family visits, meeting a PC candidate, birthday celebration, and more

Community News: Family visits, meeting a PC candidate, birthday celebration, and more

Community News from Princess Lodge, Evergreen Place, and Miniota
MADD signs erected in Virden warn motorists

MADD signs erected in Virden warn motorists

Signage recently posted on Virden’s east Frontage Road, and other entrances into Virden, advise the public to call 911 if they witness drunk driving
Virden area now without a Rec Director

Virden area now without a Rec Director

Virden and surrounding communities are saying goodbye to Prairie West Recreation.
Winning Westman Conservative politicians reflect

Winning Westman Conservative politicians reflect

Very briefly, Westman's representatives in Ottawa did due diligence, engaging the public. Their win may have been a foregone conclusion but they engaged with their constituents.
Gray’s Transfer in Reston destroyed by fire

Gray’s Transfer in Reston destroyed by fire

A Reston senior lost his brother last Christmas. Now the business they ran has gone up in smoke.
What’s at stake in the Provincial Election?

What’s at stake in the Provincial Election?

CONNECTING THE DOTS: On the cusp of change in leadership in Manitoba, while only members of the Progressive Conservative party can vote at the end of October, there's still a few days left to purchase the $20 party membership, and judging by the Manitoba BLUE in the federal election, many may.
Braybrook takes Crunch Bowl in Crystal City

Braybrook takes Crunch Bowl in Crystal City

Like so many other summer events in Manitoba, 2020 was a blank year for many demolition derby drivers.
Oil Caps happy to be back playing

Oil Caps happy to be back playing

Although the Virden Oil Capitals lost both of their games last weekend, the team was pleased to be back playing regular season Manitoba Junior Hockey League contests.