The 2017 beautification season has reached its apex with the arrival of the Communities in Bloom judges.

Something old is becoming something new, as an old landmark on South Railway Street is going through changes, and another one on Broadway will be disappearing altogether.

Despite assurances to the contrary from health care authorities, those on the ground in Boissevain are not convinced the recent decision to shut down the ambulance service in the community will not hurt, or point to more problems in the future.

The area’s premier celebration of Canada’s birthday was able to take advantage of good weather to wish the nation a happy 150th.

A world of challenges and rewards is waiting for a self-titled class of leaders.

After a rainy Saturday the skies cleared on Sunday, June 25 for the 130th annual Boissevain Agricultural Fair.

Dakota and Ojibway history impacts our own story and now there is a collection that looks at that influence and gives it a context.


Danielle Paradis’ road to a medical career might not have been completely straight, but she is ready to move to the next step in becoming a rural physician.

The fourth annual Funds for the Cure Golf Tournament was held Monday, June 12 at Boissevain Golf Course.

Sixty years is a long time for any club and it is definitely so for the Boissevain Lions. But the memories and accomplishments are also long and the club is still going strong.