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Police seeking missing 15-year-old

4:20 PM

The Winnipeg Police Service is requesting the public's help in locating 15-year-old Jessica Klassen.

Klassen was last seen on the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 27 in Steinbach. She is known to travel between Steinbach and Winnipeg.

Klassen is described as a Caucasian ......

  • Niverville council gets iced

    Niverville Town Council did not waste much time after accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge nomination from local businesses. After a public meeting Tuesday evening, John Falk, Angela Janz, Myron Dyck and John Funk dumped ice into the bucket of a pay loader at Hespeler Park and then braced for the icy cold shower to bring awareness to ALS, a fatal disease that seriously affects a persons quality of life. Niverville council has nominated councils for Steinbach, Hanover and Ritchot.
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    Niverville Town Council did not waste much time after accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge nomination from local businesses. After a public meeting Tuesday evening, John Falk, Angela Janz, Myron Dyck and John Funk dumped ice into the bucket of a pay loader at Hespeler Park and then braced for the icy cold shower to bring awareness to ALS, a fatal disease that seriously affects a persons quality of life. Niverville council has nominated councils for Steinbach, Hanover and Ritchot.

  • Pistons look primed

    The Steinbach Pistons now have their new logo painted onto centre ice at Centennial Arena. The team's rookie camp begins on Saturday.
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    The Steinbach Pistons now have their new logo painted onto centre ice at Centennial Arena. The team's rookie camp begins on Saturday.

  • Cruisin' for a Cause

    Janna Penner and her daughter Allegra visit the Steinbach A & W on Thursday to support research into a disease that affects approximately one in 330 Canadians. There is no cure for Multiple Sclerosis, a disease that is complex and unpredictable. It affects vision, hearing, memory, balance and mobility. A & W's Cruisin' for a Cause raised $1.5 million last year at its locations throughout Canada.
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    Janna Penner and her daughter Allegra visit the Steinbach A & W on Thursday to support research into a disease that affects approximately one in 330 Canadians. There is no cure for Multiple Sclerosis, a disease that is complex and unpredictable. It affects vision, hearing, memory, balance and mobility. A & W's Cruisin' for a Cause raised $1.5 million last year at its locations throughout Canada.

  • Checking out the harvest

    Canada geese settle into a freshly harvested field west of Mitchell. The morning sun and cool breeze helps create a beautiful country scene to start the day.
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    Canada geese settle into a freshly harvested field west of Mitchell. The morning sun and cool breeze helps create a beautiful country scene to start the day.

  • Light up the night

    Canadian country music songstress Jess Moskaluke put on an energetic set in Grunthal Saturday night as the main headliner at the Hanover Ag Fair. Moskaluke played favourites from her latest album 'Light Up the Night,' including 'Cheap Wine and Cigarettes' and 'Good Lovin'.'
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    Canadian country music songstress Jess Moskaluke put on an energetic set in Grunthal Saturday night as the main headliner at the Hanover Ag Fair. Moskaluke played favourites from her latest album 'Light Up the Night,' including 'Cheap Wine and Cigarettes' and 'Good Lovin'.'

  • Buddy up

    Four friends take in the Hanover Ag Fair parade in Grunthal Saturday morning.
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    Four friends take in the Hanover Ag Fair parade in Grunthal Saturday morning.

  • Blizzard warning

    Today's forecast: a flurry of blizzards. Four employees of Reimer Agencies in Steinbach, Josh Warkentin, Matt Hiebert, Zach Enns and Kristin Harder, took heed of the warning when they took part in Dairy Queen's annual Miracle Treat Day on Thursday. Proceeds from every Blizzard treat sold in Manitoba goes toward the Winnipeg Children's Hospital. The promotion continues for the rest of the day.
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    Today's forecast: a flurry of blizzards. Four employees of Reimer Agencies in Steinbach, Josh Warkentin, Matt Hiebert, Zach Enns and Kristin Harder, took heed of the warning when they took part in Dairy Queen's annual Miracle Treat Day on Thursday. Proceeds from every Blizzard treat sold in Manitoba goes toward the Winnipeg Children's Hospital. The promotion continues for the rest of the day.

  • A Steinbach welcome

    Delegates from the Association of Municipalities of Nicaragua are welcomed to Steinbach on Tuesday morning. The group is touring the city as part of an exchange organized with the Association of Manitoba Municipalities.
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    Delegates from the Association of Municipalities of Nicaragua are welcomed to Steinbach on Tuesday morning. The group is touring the city as part of an exchange organized with the Association of Manitoba Municipalities.

  • Shoo-ins crowned

    Josh Verhoog (centre) presents the Carrick Cup to Neil Cote and Ken Dokken after another horseshoe tossing triumph. The pair has been rarely beatable over the last decade at the annual tournament held at Carrick Days and turned away tough competition on Saturday to hoist the cup again.
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    Josh Verhoog (centre) presents the Carrick Cup to Neil Cote and Ken Dokken after another horseshoe tossing triumph. The pair has been rarely beatable over the last decade at the annual tournament held at Carrick Days and turned away tough competition on Saturday to hoist the cup again.

  • Blumenort gets splash park

    Sod is officially turned at the Blumenort Park where construction is now underway for a splash park. The special ceremony Friday morning included Leo Penner, Chairman of the LUD of Blumenort; Stan Toews, Reeve of the RM of Hanover; Bob Brandt, RM of Hanover Councillor Ward 3; Ken Reimer, Blumenort Recreation Association Vice-chair and secretary; and John Janzen, Blumenort Recreation Association Chairman. The goal is to have the new piece of summer fun ready for use before the end of summer.
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    Sod is officially turned at the Blumenort Park where construction is now underway for a splash park. The special ceremony Friday morning included Leo Penner, Chairman of the LUD of Blumenort; Stan Toews, Reeve of the RM of Hanover; Bob Brandt, RM of Hanover Councillor Ward 3; Ken Reimer, Blumenort Recreation Association Vice-chair and secretary; and John Janzen, Blumenort Recreation Association Chairman. The goal is to have the new piece of summer fun ready for use before the end of summer.

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  • Ron Falk is seeking re-election to the Hanover School Board.

    Falk not done on school board

    10:03 AM
  • Tool, trailer stolen

    08/27/2014 1:36 PM

    Sometime between Aug. 22 and 25, a tool was stolen in the community of Mitchell. The equipment is a "Drilling ...

  • Deputy Mayor John Funk discusses the annexation plan with former town councilor Kevin Stott, a resident of Niverville. Following a formal presentation, council fielded questions from people who filled council chambers Tuesday evening. There were informal group discussions to end the evening.

    Niverville plans growth through annexation

    08/27/2014 1:18 PM
  • Lucas Pappel, Cole Peters, Stefan Lavallee and Ryan Kehler won the rural division at Golf Manitoba's Men's Junior Interclub Championship at Transcona Golf Club on Tuesday.

    Quarry Oaks foursome wins

    2:00 PM
  • Interactive Only top candidates invited to downtown forum

    6:53 PM

    The lineup for the Downtown BIZ’s mayoral forum remains subject to debate.

    David Sanders — one of four mayoral candidates not ...

  • Winnipeg Blue Bombers QB Drew WIlly at practice Thursday at Investors Group Field. The Bombers are preparing for the annual Labour Day Classic against the Saskatchewan Roughriders this Sunday.

    Drew Willy takes a shot to his throwing hand during practice, sends hearts racing

    2:40 PM

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