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Steady growth expected in housing market

01/27/2015 10:20 AM

New residential developments continue to pop up in Steinbach and throughout the Southeast. That trend is expected to continue, perhaps at a slightly slower pace than during the past five years or so.

Waldo Neustaedter from Century 21 reported a good ......

  • Getting down with Brown

    Members of Hollis Brown perform at the Pat Porter Centre for Active Living on Monday night. The trio of bluegrass performers entertained a large crowd the centre's annual fundraising banquet.
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    Members of Hollis Brown perform at the Pat Porter Centre for Active Living on Monday night. The trio of bluegrass performers entertained a large crowd the centre's annual fundraising banquet.

  • Anne for the ages

    Director David Klassen and accompanist Candace Hamm holds court during the first meeting with the cast of the local Anne of Green Gables show Saturday morning. More than 40 individuals have been cast as actors or choir singers for the Steinbach Arts Council production, which will run from April 30 to May 3 at the SRSS Theatre in Steinbach.
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    Director David Klassen and accompanist Candace Hamm holds court during the first meeting with the cast of the local Anne of Green Gables show Saturday morning. More than 40 individuals have been cast as actors or choir singers for the Steinbach Arts Council production, which will run from April 30 to May 3 at the SRSS Theatre in Steinbach.

  • Gone with the wind

    Special blue balloons are released into wind Friday afternoon as Shevchenko School students and guests band together in support of the Out of the Blue mental health awareness campaign. Each balloon had a note of encouragement attached to the string. Those messages were carried away by the wind and many students wondered where their words of hope might land. The balloons are biodegradable.
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    Special blue balloons are released into wind Friday afternoon as Shevchenko School students and guests band together in support of the Out of the Blue mental health awareness campaign. Each balloon had a note of encouragement attached to the string. Those messages were carried away by the wind and many students wondered where their words of hope might land. The balloons are biodegradable.

  • Median meet-up

    Steinbach Fire Department chief Kel Toews looks on following a mash-up Thursday after 4:30 p.m. left two vehicles resting on Highway 52's median. The northbound car off of Rockwood Street was attempting a turn onto the highway when it met an oncoming truck. Injuries were minor.
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    Steinbach Fire Department chief Kel Toews looks on following a mash-up Thursday after 4:30 p.m. left two vehicles resting on Highway 52's median. The northbound car off of Rockwood Street was attempting a turn onto the highway when it met an oncoming truck. Injuries were minor.

  • Double trouble

    Steinbach RCMP Cpl. Glen Binda believes charges will be laid against the driver of a Honda Civic for proceeding before safe to do so after a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 52 and Centre Street in Mitchell before 5 p.m. Tuesday. The eastbound car attempting to turn north collided with the westbound van. There were no injuries.
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    Steinbach RCMP Cpl. Glen Binda believes charges will be laid against the driver of a Honda Civic for proceeding before safe to do so after a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 52 and Centre Street in Mitchell before 5 p.m. Tuesday. The eastbound car attempting to turn north collided with the westbound van. There were no injuries.

  • Got to hand it to him

    Steinbach Progressive Conservative MLA Kelvin Goertzen gets a congratulatory handshake from St Paul PC MLA Ron Schuler in Steinbach on Monday night as Goertzen's wife, Kim, and local constituency association vice-president Michael Zwaagstra look on. Goertzen was confirmed as the Progressive Conservative candidate for the Steinbach constituency in the 2016 provincial election at the meeting attended by about 50 party members.
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    Steinbach Progressive Conservative MLA Kelvin Goertzen gets a congratulatory handshake from St Paul PC MLA Ron Schuler in Steinbach on Monday night as Goertzen's wife, Kim, and local constituency association vice-president Michael Zwaagstra look on. Goertzen was confirmed as the Progressive Conservative candidate for the Steinbach constituency in the 2016 provincial election at the meeting attended by about 50 party members.

  • Roaring success

    Actors Aaron Hutton, Andrea Houssin and Darren Martens played to an enthusiastic crowd at the SRSS theatre in Steinbach on Friday night. The trio of performers presented PTE's annual touring show, this year titled Munsch Upon a Time, bringing to life several stories by author Robert Munsch including David's Father, Give Me Back My Dad, The Fire Station, It's My Room and The Paper Bag Princess.
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    Actors Aaron Hutton, Andrea Houssin and Darren Martens played to an enthusiastic crowd at the SRSS theatre in Steinbach on Friday night. The trio of performers presented PTE's annual touring show, this year titled Munsch Upon a Time, bringing to life several stories by author Robert Munsch including David's Father, Give Me Back My Dad, The Fire Station, It's My Room and The Paper Bag Princess.

  • Breaking down the problem

    Crews prepare to excavate a portion of Wilson Street in Steinbach on Friday morning. A water main break has left seven single family residences and the east wing of the Cedarwood apartment complex without water service. Steinbach waterworks department head Mike Heppner says once excavation has begun it typically takes six to eight hours before service can be restored to affected properties.
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    Crews prepare to excavate a portion of Wilson Street in Steinbach on Friday morning. A water main break has left seven single family residences and the east wing of the Cedarwood apartment complex without water service. Steinbach waterworks department head Mike Heppner says once excavation has begun it typically takes six to eight hours before service can be restored to affected properties.

  • Meating of the minds

    Beef producer Wayne Safriuk of Sundown talks cattle prices with Manitoba Beef Producers president Heinz Reimer at Beef and Forage Days in Vita on Thursday. Reimer was pleased to see the huge turnout and attributes that to the optimism in the industry.
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    Beef producer Wayne Safriuk of Sundown talks cattle prices with Manitoba Beef Producers president Heinz Reimer at Beef and Forage Days in Vita on Thursday. Reimer was pleased to see the huge turnout and attributes that to the optimism in the industry.

  • Steinbach sports new fire truck

    The City of Steinbach’s Fire Department took delivery of a new pumper truck yesterday afternoon. It’s been about 15 years since the last time the department received a pumper truck. There have been a lot of advances in technology in that time, said Chief Kelvin Toews. The new truck came in at $565,000. It comes with new safety features for fire fighters and foam capability.
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    The City of Steinbach’s Fire Department took delivery of a new pumper truck yesterday afternoon. It’s been about 15 years since the last time the department received a pumper truck. There have been a lot of advances in technology in that time, said Chief Kelvin Toews. The new truck came in at $565,000. It comes with new safety features for fire fighters and foam capability.

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