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The province issued its 2015 February flood outlook this afternoon and early forecast indicates normal to below-normal probability for the Southeast. The potential for a spring run-off is below normal in the Red and Pembina river basins, the Roseau River ......

  • Some cool work

    Workers continue their efforts on the new Steinbach Credit Union building in downtown Steinbach. The credit union will hold its annual general meeting on March 10.
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    Workers continue their efforts on the new Steinbach Credit Union building in downtown Steinbach. The credit union will hold its annual general meeting on March 10.

  • Leading the way

    Youth for Christ's Jim Harms and Rueben Singh test their pool shark skills at the Steinbach youth centre. As of January, Singh has moved into the local chapter's executive director role after 10 years as an assistant to Harms. As the former executive director, Harms has now moved into a support role and will continue his work that began over 25 years ago. YFC's annual banquet was held last week and raised $33,000 for the organization.
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    Youth for Christ's Jim Harms and Rueben Singh test their pool shark skills at the Steinbach youth centre. As of January, Singh has moved into the local chapter's executive director role after 10 years as an assistant to Harms. As the former executive director, Harms has now moved into a support role and will continue his work that began over 25 years ago. YFC's annual banquet was held last week and raised $33,000 for the organization.

  • Pop to it

    Keystone Cinema operator Pete Schellenberg (right) and the crew in the concession are kept busy on opening night Friday as the new Steinbach theatre opened its doors to the public. Animated movie, Paddington, and Academy Award nominee American Sniper were the first films to be screened as a night at the movies once again became an option, after the cinema's former Main Street location was demolished to make way for the new Steinbach Credit Union building.
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    Keystone Cinema operator Pete Schellenberg (right) and the crew in the concession are kept busy on opening night Friday as the new Steinbach theatre opened its doors to the public. Animated movie, Paddington, and Academy Award nominee American Sniper were the first films to be screened as a night at the movies once again became an option, after the cinema's former Main Street location was demolished to make way for the new Steinbach Credit Union building.

  • Pistons pride

    Members of Steinbach city council sport Steinbach Pistons jerseys as they prepare for a visit to Portage La Prairie on Friday. The council will tour the $45 million PCU Centre and watch the Pistons take on the Portage Terriers that evening. Mayor Chris Goertzen said it is important to learn from other communities about their experience with recreation facilities.
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    Members of Steinbach city council sport Steinbach Pistons jerseys as they prepare for a visit to Portage La Prairie on Friday. The council will tour the $45 million PCU Centre and watch the Pistons take on the Portage Terriers that evening. Mayor Chris Goertzen said it is important to learn from other communities about their experience with recreation facilities.

  • Heavy lifting

    Steinbach firefighters test their muscles as they move a fallen light standard onto the boulevard at the corner of Brandt Road and Main Street on Tuesday afternoon. Emergency crews were called to a three-vehicle accident shortly before 3:30 p.m.
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    Steinbach firefighters test their muscles as they move a fallen light standard onto the boulevard at the corner of Brandt Road and Main Street on Tuesday afternoon. Emergency crews were called to a three-vehicle accident shortly before 3:30 p.m.

  • It's better outside

    A novice hockey player clearly enjoys himself during a break in the shinny action in Ste Anne Sunday afternoon. The Seine River was transformed into a pair of outdoor rinks to commemorate Hockey Manitoba's 100th anniversary. Ste Anne was one of 35 communities to take part in the outdoor series.
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    A novice hockey player clearly enjoys himself during a break in the shinny action in Ste Anne Sunday afternoon. The Seine River was transformed into a pair of outdoor rinks to commemorate Hockey Manitoba's 100th anniversary. Ste Anne was one of 35 communities to take part in the outdoor series.

  • Drive with care

    Emergency crews respond to a crash on Provincial Road 206 north of Landmark on Tuesday morning. It appeared that at least two vehicles were involved in the collision. No details were yet available as to the condition of the occupants. There are reports of many snow and ice covered roadways across the Southeast as snow fall blankets the region.
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    Emergency crews respond to a crash on Provincial Road 206 north of Landmark on Tuesday morning. It appeared that at least two vehicles were involved in the collision. No details were yet available as to the condition of the occupants. There are reports of many snow and ice covered roadways across the Southeast as snow fall blankets the region.

  • Who's on green?

    The police are unsure which driver caused a two-vehicle collision at the Main Street intersection where Hespeler Street and McKenzie Avenue meet late Monday afternoon in Steinbach. The southbound car pictured was attempting to turn eastbound when it collided with the northbound vehicle. Steinbach RCMP Cst. James Zambon said both drivers, who did not require medical attention, claimed they had the right of way. Their investigation is ongoing.
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    The police are unsure which driver caused a two-vehicle collision at the Main Street intersection where Hespeler Street and McKenzie Avenue meet late Monday afternoon in Steinbach. The southbound car pictured was attempting to turn eastbound when it collided with the northbound vehicle. Steinbach RCMP Cst. James Zambon said both drivers, who did not require medical attention, claimed they had the right of way. Their investigation is ongoing.

  • Men with brooms

    Emerson MLA Cliff Graydon, Dominion City curling club president Troy Kirkpatrick and Provencher MP Ted Falk pose at the grand re-opening of the Dominion City curling club on Friday. The federal government helped finance upgrades to the curling rink, including the replacement of the front entrance and fire exit and renovations to the viewing area.
The club, which first got its start with curling on the river in 1892, has been existence for 123 years.
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    Emerson MLA Cliff Graydon, Dominion City curling club president Troy Kirkpatrick and Provencher MP Ted Falk pose at the grand re-opening of the Dominion City curling club on Friday. The federal government helped finance upgrades to the curling rink, including the replacement of the front entrance and fire exit and renovations to the viewing area. The club, which first got its start with curling on the river in 1892, has been existence for 123 years.

  • Cupcakes of care

    Shanella Wiebe (left) and Taelyn Braun (right) are joined by kindergarten student Jada Bater at Mitchell Elementary School on Friday. The two Grade 4 students were the brains behind a bake sale fundraiser at the school with proceeds going to help support Bater, who travels to Vancouver next month for heart surgery to repair a hole in her heart.
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    Shanella Wiebe (left) and Taelyn Braun (right) are joined by kindergarten student Jada Bater at Mitchell Elementary School on Friday. The two Grade 4 students were the brains behind a bake sale fundraiser at the school with proceeds going to help support Bater, who travels to Vancouver next month for heart surgery to repair a hole in her heart.

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