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KLBC 2015 cup a great success

KLBC 2015 cup a great success

Kenosee Lake Bible Camp's 13th annual Fundraising Golf Tournament was a great success. The Camp, in Moose Mountain Provincial Park, is about 100 kms west of Virden and serves youth from southwestern Manitoba and throughout the prairies.

An Oil Slick

Comments from the 115th U.S. Open, played in the beautiful North Pacific Coast, ranged from the very positive to the very negative, and rightfully so. Everyone has the right to an opinion.
Oil Caps This Week

Oil Caps This Week

Marketing Manager joins True North Staff
Oil Caps sign trio of prospects

Oil Caps sign trio of prospects

The Virden Oil Capitals are pleased to announce that Morgan Magwood (D, 97), Jake Coulter (D, 97), and Derek Cross (F/D, 97) have all committed to play for the club forthe upcoming 2015-16 season.
Oil Caps This Week

Oil Caps This Week

The Oil Caps activity on the trade front continued this past week. This time it was the Oil Capitals acquiring the CJHL playing rights to Tyson Enzie (95) of Calgary, AB from the Yorkton Terriers in exchange for goaltender Cameron Pateman (96).

An Oil Slick - June 6, 2015

The biggest news in the international sporting world these days is the ongoing saga (it's only been 24 years) scandal in the ranks of FIFA (Federation International Football Association), better known to you and me as soccer.

Robin's Review - June 6, 2015

Miniota’s Colby Walker was an important player in his third season with the Tri-Town Thunder.
Robin's Review

Robin's Review

After joining the University of Wisconsin-Superior women’s hockey team at the mid-season mark, Lenore’s Sky Brown quickly had animpact on the squad – and the team on her.
Wil Weir Memorial Golf Tournament

Wil Weir Memorial Golf Tournament

Beautiful golf weather saw a full tournament of 72 golfers for the Sunrise Credit Union fourth annual Wil Weir Memorial Golf Tournament Sunday, June 7.
Virden’s Breakfast Club on ice

Virden’s Breakfast Club on ice

Virden Breakfast Club has completed its sixth season this spring. Kids ages 6 to 18 years have an opportunity to improve their hockey skills and enjoy breakfast - all before school.
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