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Public aids RCMP with tips

04/17/2014 4:13 PM

Steinbach RCMP tip their hats to the public for helping lead police to a suspect wanted for questioning after a theft complaint from Walmart in Steinbach. A man from the RM of La Broquerie was arrested after police received information ......

  • Hightailing it to Woodridge

    A group of white-tailed deer enjoy the sunset in Woodridge. After a rough winter, deer are hoofing it across roads and highways to find spring buds and twigs poking through the last snowbanks. Motorists need take heed as they are especially active during twilight in the spring.
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    A group of white-tailed deer enjoy the sunset in Woodridge. After a rough winter, deer are hoofing it across roads and highways to find spring buds and twigs poking through the last snowbanks. Motorists need take heed as they are especially active during twilight in the spring.

  • Lions celebrate with classic rock

    The Classic Embers rocked the Giroux Hall Saturday night as the Steinbach and area Lions Club celebrated its 40th anniversary with a dinner and dance. The band will also be at the next big event for the Lion's, the Wheels of Hope Charity Car Show on June 1 at Mennonite Heritage Village.
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    The Classic Embers rocked the Giroux Hall Saturday night as the Steinbach and area Lions Club celebrated its 40th anniversary with a dinner and dance. The band will also be at the next big event for the Lion's, the Wheels of Hope Charity Car Show on June 1 at Mennonite Heritage Village.

  • Festival ropes people to St Pierre

    Kids take turns turning the rope-making wheel at St Pierre's Sugaring Off Festival Sunday. The annual weekend festival roped in people to the French community to learn of its historic francophone routes and take a taste of some maple taffy rolled on the snow on the St Pierre Museum grounds along Joubert Creek.
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    Kids take turns turning the rope-making wheel at St Pierre's Sugaring Off Festival Sunday. The annual weekend festival roped in people to the French community to learn of its historic francophone routes and take a taste of some maple taffy rolled on the snow on the St Pierre Museum grounds along Joubert Creek.

  • Ste Anne people-eating plant sings

    Ste Anne Collegiate's annual performance brings a people-eating plant to the stage. Students are putting on the musical Little Shop of Horrors at the school Thursday at 12:30 and 7 p.m., and on Friday at 1 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door.
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    Ste Anne Collegiate's annual performance brings a people-eating plant to the stage. Students are putting on the musical Little Shop of Horrors at the school Thursday at 12:30 and 7 p.m., and on Friday at 1 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door.

  • Roadwork deal revealed

    Steinbach mayor Chris Goertzen speaks at an announcement in Steinbach on Tuesday morning, flanked by Premier Greg Selinger and highways minister Steve Ashton. A $7 million cost-sharing deal between the city and province will see improvements made at the Park Road intersection, the creation of a southbound left-turn lane and improving drainage at Madison Drive, improvements at the intersection at Millwork Drive and the installation of traffic lights at the intersection of Acres Drive and Penfeld Drive.
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    Steinbach mayor Chris Goertzen speaks at an announcement in Steinbach on Tuesday morning, flanked by Premier Greg Selinger and highways minister Steve Ashton. A $7 million cost-sharing deal between the city and province will see improvements made at the Park Road intersection, the creation of a southbound left-turn lane and improving drainage at Madison Drive, improvements at the intersection at Millwork Drive and the installation of traffic lights at the intersection of Acres Drive and Penfeld Drive.

  • Museum musings

    Dora Penner points to a list of visitors from around the world while wearing the traditional dress restaurant workers don at the Mennonite Heritage Village during her presentation Restaurant Reflections Friday night. The MHV Story Night is part of the monthly events held at the museum to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
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    Dora Penner points to a list of visitors from around the world while wearing the traditional dress restaurant workers don at the Mennonite Heritage Village during her presentation Restaurant Reflections Friday night. The MHV Story Night is part of the monthly events held at the museum to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

  • All clear

    Steinbach RCMP members depart the scene of a fire call on Ekron Oswald Road, just south of Highway 52, on Friday morning. There was little fire to speak of. La Broquerie fire chief Alain Nadeau says an electrical furnace malfunctioned, melting wires and prompting the call for assistance. Three people were in the home at the time.
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    Steinbach RCMP members depart the scene of a fire call on Ekron Oswald Road, just south of Highway 52, on Friday morning. There was little fire to speak of. La Broquerie fire chief Alain Nadeau says an electrical furnace malfunctioned, melting wires and prompting the call for assistance. Three people were in the home at the time.

  • Southeast strumming

    Guitarist Willie Wiebe performs on Thursday night at a South Eastman Rotary Club fundraising dinner held at the Mennonite Heritage Village. Proceeds from the event are headed to Anna's House (recently rebranded Steinbach Family Resource Centre) which is looking for further support in the ongoing renovations of their new home at 101 North Front Drive.
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    Guitarist Willie Wiebe performs on Thursday night at a South Eastman Rotary Club fundraising dinner held at the Mennonite Heritage Village. Proceeds from the event are headed to Anna's House (recently rebranded Steinbach Family Resource Centre) which is looking for further support in the ongoing renovations of their new home at 101 North Front Drive.

  • Breaking out

    Kids enjoy some drama games at their final day at the Steinbach Arts Council's spring break camp on Thursday. The first-time camp was packed with students from age 5-12 who took in a variety of artistic activities over the three day program.
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    Kids enjoy some drama games at their final day at the Steinbach Arts Council's spring break camp on Thursday. The first-time camp was packed with students from age 5-12 who took in a variety of artistic activities over the three day program.

  • Steeling some sunshine

    Crews work on the new Steinbach Credit Union building on Tuesday afternoon. Blizzard conditions on Monday, turned to sunny skies Tuesday, with even warmer weather expected for the weekend.
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    Crews work on the new Steinbach Credit Union building on Tuesday afternoon. Blizzard conditions on Monday, turned to sunny skies Tuesday, with even warmer weather expected for the weekend.

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