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Art arrives at the park

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Young imaginations are welcome as the Steinbach Arts Council presents Art in the Park this summer.

Starting next Wednesday and continuing every Wednesday until August 26, children from age 3 to 5 are invited to E.A. Friesen Park beside the Jake ......

  • Hit parade

    Plenty of candy was tossed out for eager youngsters at the Canada Day parade in Vita Wednesday morning.
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    Plenty of candy was tossed out for eager youngsters at the Canada Day parade in Vita Wednesday morning.

  • Wavin' Flag

    The Sawatsky family waves their Canadian Flags at the Mennonite Heritage Village's Canada Day celebration.
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    The Sawatsky family waves their Canadian Flags at the Mennonite Heritage Village's Canada Day celebration.

  • Driven

    Dancers with the Stoney Brook Dance Company in Steinbach take what perhaps should be the first step before one gets their learner’s license during a performance at the Blumenort Fun and Fair Days on Saturday afternoon.
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    Dancers with the Stoney Brook Dance Company in Steinbach take what perhaps should be the first step before one gets their learner’s license during a performance at the Blumenort Fun and Fair Days on Saturday afternoon.

  • School of hard knocks

    A van ran into a bus in Friedensfeld Thursday afternoon after 3 p.m. RCMP explained the bus driver travelling northbound on Road 35E came to a halt at a stop sign. The bus then proceeded, colliding with a westbound van on Provincial Road 303 that had the right of way. The driver and the child passenger in the van were taken to hospital for precautionary reasons.There were no children in the bus.
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    A van ran into a bus in Friedensfeld Thursday afternoon after 3 p.m. RCMP explained the bus driver travelling northbound on Road 35E came to a halt at a stop sign. The bus then proceeded, colliding with a westbound van on Provincial Road 303 that had the right of way. The driver and the child passenger in the van were taken to hospital for precautionary reasons.There were no children in the bus.

  • Common cents deal

    Provencher MP Ted Falk presents Evan and Earl Funk with a certificate commemorating the 10th year of operations for Earl's Meat Market in Steinbach. The business attracted big crowds on Thursday with its offer of hot dogs, chips and drinks-all for just 10 cents a piece.
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    Provencher MP Ted Falk presents Evan and Earl Funk with a certificate commemorating the 10th year of operations for Earl's Meat Market in Steinbach. The business attracted big crowds on Thursday with its offer of hot dogs, chips and drinks-all for just 10 cents a piece.

  • Big turnout

    Steinbach MLA Kelvin Goertzen along with his wife, Kim, and son, Malachi welcomed hungry crowds at the local politician's annual summer barbeque held at Mennonite Heritage Village on Tuesday night.
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    Steinbach MLA Kelvin Goertzen along with his wife, Kim, and son, Malachi welcomed hungry crowds at the local politician's annual summer barbeque held at Mennonite Heritage Village on Tuesday night.

  • Good times roll

    Brothers Judah and Asher hit the rides at Summer in the City on Sunday afternoon, taking advantage of the festival's expanded format this year.
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    Brothers Judah and Asher hit the rides at Summer in the City on Sunday afternoon, taking advantage of the festival's expanded format this year.

  • Really hope that you're satisfied

    Colin James begins his headline act at Summer in the City on Saturday night. Warm temperatures and clear skies made the second day of the street festival a popular destination as downtown Steinbach was packed with visitors.
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    Colin James begins his headline act at Summer in the City on Saturday night. Warm temperatures and clear skies made the second day of the street festival a popular destination as downtown Steinbach was packed with visitors.

  • I've been everywhere

    For The Roadhammers being everywhere can now literally include Steinbach as the Canadian country music group delighted the Summer in the City crowd Friday night in their city debut. Wet and weary conditions in the afternoon turned itself around in time for a pleasant evening of country strumming, which included Jason Kirkness, Quinton Blair and Trevor Johnson as opening acts. The city’s street festival concludes on Sunday.
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    For The Roadhammers being everywhere can now literally include Steinbach as the Canadian country music group delighted the Summer in the City crowd Friday night in their city debut. Wet and weary conditions in the afternoon turned itself around in time for a pleasant evening of country strumming, which included Jason Kirkness, Quinton Blair and Trevor Johnson as opening acts. The city’s street festival concludes on Sunday.

  • Coffee break

    Owners Bryan and Kathy Dueck are ready to serve a cup of coffee at Steinbach's newest cafe, Coffee Culture Cafe and Eatery which officially opened on June 19. The cafe is located at 323 Main Street in the Steinbach Credit Union building.
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    Owners Bryan and Kathy Dueck are ready to serve a cup of coffee at Steinbach's newest cafe, Coffee Culture Cafe and Eatery which officially opened on June 19. The cafe is located at 323 Main Street in the Steinbach Credit Union building.

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