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Woman dies in Anola crash

08/28/2015 9:35 PM

A 45-year-old woman from Winnipeg has died after the car she was a passenger in was struck by a SUV Friday evening in Anola.

Beausejour RCMP Cpl. Kelly Harder said their preliminary investigation indicates the car travelling eastbound on Highway 15 ......

  • Food for thought

    Adrian and Ann Fisher of Mitchell enjoy their A&W Teen Burger Thursday, all in support of the restaurant's seventh annual fundraiser to benefit MS research in Canada. The Fisher's were invited to visit by their granddaughter Bethany, a supervisor at the Steinbach outlet. A dollar from each Teen Burger purchased on Cruisin' to End MS Day goes toward fighting the disease in the country with the highest rate of MS in the world.
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    Adrian and Ann Fisher of Mitchell enjoy their A&W Teen Burger Thursday, all in support of the restaurant's seventh annual fundraiser to benefit MS research in Canada. The Fisher's were invited to visit by their granddaughter Bethany, a supervisor at the Steinbach outlet. A dollar from each Teen Burger purchased on Cruisin' to End MS Day goes toward fighting the disease in the country with the highest rate of MS in the world.

  • Furry friends

    Ricky Hiebert of Steinbach and Area Animal Rescue is joined by five-year-old Alexa Dowd of Steinbach, a “cat lover” says mother Trina, during kitten adoption day this past weekend at PetValu at Clearspring Centre. Eight furry friends seeking a new homes were available and six of them were scooped up in less than two hours. Michelle Neufeld with the non-profit group said this week she has nine more cats and they are planning another adoption day in a few weeks. Neufeld said she gets calls every day from people who see kittens or other animals that need a place to stay. The local animal rescue is continuing to raise funds for an animal shelter they say is a necessity.
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    Ricky Hiebert of Steinbach and Area Animal Rescue is joined by five-year-old Alexa Dowd of Steinbach, a “cat lover” says mother Trina, during kitten adoption day this past weekend at PetValu at Clearspring Centre. Eight furry friends seeking a new homes were available and six of them were scooped up in less than two hours. Michelle Neufeld with the non-profit group said this week she has nine more cats and they are planning another adoption day in a few weeks. Neufeld said she gets calls every day from people who see kittens or other animals that need a place to stay. The local animal rescue is continuing to raise funds for an animal shelter they say is a necessity.

  • Roadside run-in

    Paramedics move a woman into a waiting ambulance after an accident near the intersection of Clear Springs Road on Monday afternoon. A red SUV and white car had moved to the shoulder of the southbound lanes after a minor collision at a red light. The SUV was then struck by a Pontiac Montana as it sat on the side of the road. There were no serious injuries.
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    Paramedics move a woman into a waiting ambulance after an accident near the intersection of Clear Springs Road on Monday afternoon. A red SUV and white car had moved to the shoulder of the southbound lanes after a minor collision at a red light. The SUV was then struck by a Pontiac Montana as it sat on the side of the road. There were no serious injuries.

  • Bogged down

    A pair slogs through the mud bog, a focal attraction at Saturday's Marchand Logging Days that also featured lawnmower races and a log sawing competition during a soaked day of festivities.
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    A pair slogs through the mud bog, a focal attraction at Saturday's Marchand Logging Days that also featured lawnmower races and a log sawing competition during a soaked day of festivities.

  • On Ted's watch

    Heinrich Fast, left, and John Wawszko hammer in a Ted Falk sign on Highway 59 Wednesday morning north of Niverville. The volunteers on Falk’s re-election bid added miles on the campaign van, travelling through sections of Provencher’s northwest end earlier this week.
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    Heinrich Fast, left, and John Wawszko hammer in a Ted Falk sign on Highway 59 Wednesday morning north of Niverville. The volunteers on Falk’s re-election bid added miles on the campaign van, travelling through sections of Provencher’s northwest end earlier this week.

  • Landspeeders

    Adam and Sarah Gerbrandt and their two children, Isaac and Ruth participated in the first annual Stroller-a-Thon by Steinbach Family Resource Centre on Friday at A.D. Penner Park. The Gerbrandt's are big Star Wars fans, so they turned their stroller into Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder from the series.
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    Adam and Sarah Gerbrandt and their two children, Isaac and Ruth participated in the first annual Stroller-a-Thon by Steinbach Family Resource Centre on Friday at A.D. Penner Park. The Gerbrandt's are big Star Wars fans, so they turned their stroller into Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder from the series.

  • Tractor trek

    The Grunthal Caring Hands Food Bank filled shopping bags, baskets and the back of a miniature tractor with non-perishable items during the Hanover Ag Fair parade in Grunthal last Saturday.
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    The Grunthal Caring Hands Food Bank filled shopping bags, baskets and the back of a miniature tractor with non-perishable items during the Hanover Ag Fair parade in Grunthal last Saturday.

  • Slide along

    Julie Dueck, 4, of Steinbach takes a few turns on a bouncy slide Saturday during the Hanover Ag Fair in Grunthal.
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    Julie Dueck, 4, of Steinbach takes a few turns on a bouncy slide Saturday during the Hanover Ag Fair in Grunthal.

  • Head up high

    High Valley performs for a packed crowd in Grunthal Saturday night as part of a Hanover Ag Fair evening so successful they had to push bales away and add more bleachers to accommodate the overflow crowd.
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    High Valley performs for a packed crowd in Grunthal Saturday night as part of a Hanover Ag Fair evening so successful they had to push bales away and add more bleachers to accommodate the overflow crowd.

  • Hang up

    It is the end of the line for this rider who slid off his bull at the Bull-A-Rama event Friday at the Hanover Ag Fair in Grunthal. The popular festival runs into Sunday evening.
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    It is the end of the line for this rider who slid off his bull at the Bull-A-Rama event Friday at the Hanover Ag Fair in Grunthal. The popular festival runs into Sunday evening.

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