Due to illness, the comedy show ‘Still Standing’, that was to be recorded in Minto this Friday, January 19, has been postponed.
Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew and NDP Health Critic Andrew Swan made a stop in Boissevain this week to chat about health care and hear from families and seniors about the health care services they need.
Brandon-Souris MP Larry Maguire said there are a lot of issues that need attention and resolution in Canada and that he and his cohorts are getting ready to go back to work on them.
The traditional winter sport of youth continues to do well in the area.
If numbers are an indicator, the Boissevain Skating Club is in fine form for this winter season.
With it remaining a regional draw, the Turtle Mountain Twisters gymnastic club continues to go strong even after four decades.
It is not every day that you can look at the cover of a supermarket tabloid and see your own face.
The biggest story in Boissevain-Morton for 2017 was the end of an era in the mayor’s office.
After two years of planning and research, the Turtle Mountain Heritage Development Group (TMHDG) is ready to commit to an assisted living complex.
A nice evening and revamped Chamber draw made for a successful welcome to Christmas on December 11.