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La Broquerie byelection ballot set

07/29/2015 10:00 AM

A familiar face is vying for a seat in the La Broquerie council chamber once again.

In June, Ward 2 councillor Ken Tallaire resigned from council. A byelection date has been set for Sept. 2.

As of yesterday’s deadline for nominations two ......

  • Open for business

    Hundreds took in the grand opening of the Steinbach Credit Union's new headquarters, and the free barbecue that came with it, on Saturday. The 103,000 sq. ft. complex houses all of the financial institution's some 265 staff members.
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    Hundreds took in the grand opening of the Steinbach Credit Union's new headquarters, and the free barbecue that came with it, on Saturday. The 103,000 sq. ft. complex houses all of the financial institution's some 265 staff members.

  • Burnt out

    Steinbach fire department captain Jordan Loewen tosses a burnt item after a cooking incident caused a kitchen fire at 73 Hanover Place, south of Mitchell early Saturday afternoon. There are no injuries and an estimate on damages is not immediately known.
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    Steinbach fire department captain Jordan Loewen tosses a burnt item after a cooking incident caused a kitchen fire at 73 Hanover Place, south of Mitchell early Saturday afternoon. There are no injuries and an estimate on damages is not immediately known.

  • Trot along

    A horseback ride across Canada in support of veterans ran through Ste Anne Monday morning, culminating later that day in a bud and spud dinner in Richer.
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    A horseback ride across Canada in support of veterans ran through Ste Anne Monday morning, culminating later that day in a bud and spud dinner in Richer.

  • Flipped off

    A bull rider slumps off his ride during the Manitoba Stampede in Morris on Sunday. More than 20,000 spectators are expected to have come through the gates this past weekend for Manitoba's only professional rodeo.
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    A bull rider slumps off his ride during the Manitoba Stampede in Morris on Sunday. More than 20,000 spectators are expected to have come through the gates this past weekend for Manitoba's only professional rodeo.

  • Bites the dust

    The former plot of the Birchwood Funeral Chapel in Steinbach is heading to the grave as Winnipeg-based Four Seasons Demolition tears down the funeral home’s previous complex on Penfeld Drive this past week.
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    The former plot of the Birchwood Funeral Chapel in Steinbach is heading to the grave as Winnipeg-based Four Seasons Demolition tears down the funeral home’s previous complex on Penfeld Drive this past week.

  • Under a cloud

    Lightning strikes illuminate the night sky over the St Malo area Wednesday evening in the midst of a thunderstorm that dumped inches of rain.
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    Lightning strikes illuminate the night sky over the St Malo area Wednesday evening in the midst of a thunderstorm that dumped inches of rain.

  • Frog fun

    Tammy, this year’s National Frog Jumping Champion, poses with mascots Pierre and Jolys, and host, Barney Morin after winning the title at the Frog Follies and Ag Fair in St Pierre-Jolys on Sunday. Tammy’s frog, Xerox, jumped to victory with a distance of 10 feet 3 inches.
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    Tammy, this year’s National Frog Jumping Champion, poses with mascots Pierre and Jolys, and host, Barney Morin after winning the title at the Frog Follies and Ag Fair in St Pierre-Jolys on Sunday. Tammy’s frog, Xerox, jumped to victory with a distance of 10 feet 3 inches.

  • Clear as mud

    Christine Morin of St Malo dips into a muddy bath as the Spartan Race welcomed close to 1,000 warriors to the Grunthal Motocross Park Saturday to scale walls, pull themselves through mud and swing across monkey bars.
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    Christine Morin of St Malo dips into a muddy bath as the Spartan Race welcomed close to 1,000 warriors to the Grunthal Motocross Park Saturday to scale walls, pull themselves through mud and swing across monkey bars.

  • Friedensfeld crash injures three

    Emergency crews move an injured woman to an ambulance after a collision at the intersection of Provincial Road 303 and Road 36E, just east of Friedensfeld. The woman was driving westbound on PR 303 when she was struck by a truck travelling northbound on 36E. The woman was the lone occupant of her vehicle. The driver and passenger in the truck were also expected to be transported to hospital. There were no serious injuries.
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    Emergency crews move an injured woman to an ambulance after a collision at the intersection of Provincial Road 303 and Road 36E, just east of Friedensfeld. The woman was driving westbound on PR 303 when she was struck by a truck travelling northbound on 36E. The woman was the lone occupant of her vehicle. The driver and passenger in the truck were also expected to be transported to hospital. There were no serious injuries.

  • BBQ buds

    Niverville mayor Myron Dyck, Morris MLA Shannon Martin, and Hanover reeve Stan Toews held off on grilling Provencher MP Ted Falk and grilled with him instead at his community BBQ in Niverville on Wednesday night. About 500 people attend the event at Hespeler Park.
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    Niverville mayor Myron Dyck, Morris MLA Shannon Martin, and Hanover reeve Stan Toews held off on grilling Provencher MP Ted Falk and grilled with him instead at his community BBQ in Niverville on Wednesday night. About 500 people attend the event at Hespeler Park.

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