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Letter: Former Golden Bear

Dear Editor: I have been unsuccessful in finding out how the Virden Golden Bears made out playing for the Murray Black Cup this year.

Letter: Thank you Donor's Choice

On behalf of the Canadian Diabetes Association, I would like to extend our appreciation for your generosity through the Donor’s Choice campaign. For the past three years, I have gone door to door in our assigned area and have spoken to many of you.

An Oil Slick - September 16, 2016

The Virden Oil Caps are finally finished with their exhibition games and will now start off their regular season a week from tonight when they entertain last season's champions, the Portage Terriers, at Tundra Oil & Gas Place.

Letter: Moose Crises being discussed at Conference in Brandon

A very sad but predictable ending for our wildlife. As long as there are different hunting laws and no laws for different people in Manitoba, this contentious issue will continue to fester.

An Oil Slick - September 2, 2016

The Virden Oil Capitals fall camp begins today and continues until Sunday, with plenty of optimism for the upcoming season from management and players alike.

Letter: Donor's Choice - YWCA

Dear Editor: The YWCA Brandon Westman Women's Shelter recognizes and commends the donation made by Virden Donor's Choice.

It’s been a good ride

A year and a month ago I started my journey with the Virden Empire-Advance. Oh, what a journey it has been, but eventually all rides must come to an end. I am proud to announce that I will be starting a new opportunity with the Oil Capitals.

Letter: MB hog industry - Government action needed

The silent and deadly menace of the Factory Hog Industry gets recognition. Government action is needed.

The Olympic Sprit

Track athletes in Rio; Abbey D’Agostino and Nikki Hamblin show ‘Olympic spirit’ after helping each other up in the 5000 metre semi-final race.

Letter: re: Town of Virden files lawsuit against HAZCO, Virden Empire-Advance, August 19

Dear Editor: I do not remember all of the concerns that were expressed when the Hazco environmental protection proposal was being considered for the nuisance ground site, but do recall that many issues were raised by the public about the real possibi