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Princess Lodge by Bernice Graham Visitors with Addie Young recently were daughter Dorothy and husband Gerry Fox and daughter Kathy and husband Glenn Ritchie.
Virden holds last blood donor clinic

Virden holds last blood donor clinic

On Apr. 25, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., the last blood donor clinic scheduled to be held in Virden took place at the Tundra Oil and Gas Place. The clinic was a successful event with many donors; local volunteers prepared refreshments for the donors.
VCI students in Top 10 again

VCI students in Top 10 again

Students participate in Caring for Our Watersheds –turning ideas into environmental solutions.

Virden RCMP seek public assistance

Sometime between Sunday, Mar. 12 and Tuesday, Mar. 14 a break and enter occurred at Auchmore Western Store located at 269 King St. Access was gained through the front door which was broken by assailants. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken.

Farmers' voice needs to be heard

Trudeau Government looking at eliminating the ability of Virden-Wallace farmers to defer cash tickets Tucked away in the Liberal’s latest budget was a sentence about how they are considering eliminating the ability of Virden-Wallacefarmers to defer c

Canada Day Celebration seek amateur entertainers

Volunteers on July 1st
Soil week

Soil week

The board members of the UARCD have decided to soil their undies in the name of soil health awareness.
Wallace-Woodworth financial plan

Wallace-Woodworth financial plan

Putting good fortune into road structure
Carrie Williams – new reporter

Carrie Williams – new reporter

New reporter Carrie Williams comes to Virden Empire-Advance staff as a reporter based near Oak Lake. She has been heard around the office saying, “I really like my job,” and her flood of stories and photos confirm that fact.
Ridership colouring contest luncheon

Ridership colouring contest luncheon

On Apr. 19 the Forte La Bosse School Division (FLSD) held their annual Ridership Colouring Contest Luncheon. Students Grade K-4, colour pre-drawn posters developed by Jason Hayward of Virden. Grades 5-8 draw and colour their posters freehand.
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