Council for the RM of Woodlands held a meeting June 8 at Warren Memorial Hall to get public input on priorities for a short term plan for the community.
The Town of Teulon is monitoring the current forest tent caterpillar resurgence that is occurring throughout town.
The Prarie Dog Central railway locomotive makes it way through Woodlands on June 8.
Oak Hammock Marsh will be hosting a waterbug fishing derby on father’s day.
A brand new health care centre will open its doors to its first patients this Sunday.
One of Manitoba’s top ten rural festivals is returning June 24 and 25 to continue the tradition of preserving, promoting, nurturing, sharing and educating locals about the colourful Scottish culture, heritage, arts, sports and agriculture.
The Selkirk and District Community Foundation handed out $249,506 in grants was giving out to 44 different community organizations.
Aboriginal Days is coming to Selkirk for the 12th straight year, and the event is an opportunity for community members of all backgrounds to come together and celebrate Indigenous culture and heritage.
Summer Leader Training is an annual two day training hosted by the Interlake Municipal Recreation Association (IMRA), a non-profit organization providing resources and networking opportunities for individuals and groups involved in recreation throughout the region.
In the months before her death, Martine Partridge wrote a letter to family and friends explaining her decision to seek medical assistance to end her life.
Recreational marijuana may be legal by Canada Day 2018, but Canadians will probably be buying it online, says Ottawa lawyer Trina Fraser.
Fisher River Cree Nation will soon be home to three crucial community buildings, after Chief and council broke ground on a new high school May 24.
Keeping tabs on a tabby's tail can help pet owners understand their cat's behaviour much better.
The Town of Winnipeg Beach released a public notice June 8, informing residents work will begin on the Prospect Street June 12. The province will be mandating the work.“An interim fix will be provided to allow for vehicular and pedestrian traffic,” the release said. The notice added there was no permanent solution to the closed street. Residents we
The Gimli Film Festival is looking for volunteers to help put on its 2017 festival running July 26 to 30. “If you want to join a devoted team of vibrant, fun-loving film enthusiasts, please consider joining the GFF team as we set out to transform the way people see the world through film,” a news release said.
Update: Hudson has been found according to Fisher Branch RCMP. Fisher Branch RCMP are looking for Veronica Lorraine Hudson, 20, from Peguis First Nation who was reported missing June 2.
A group of local women are rounding up volunteers, as they look to put boots on the ground to keep the streets of Selkirk safe.
Argyle’s Settler’s Rails and Trails museum will be able to put together a new exhibit this year after receiving a Canada 150 grant May 29, which will allow them to tell the stories of the area’s local agricultural history.
Members of the Warren Lions Club looking to see if residents in the area would be interested in a fitness and walking trail coming to the community hosted a meeting in the Warren firehall May 31.