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Steinbach RCMP are investigating a Hit And Run that allegedly happened Friday night.
Police received a report that a northbound vehicle had been traveling down Brandt Street shortly before eight o'clock when it was struck by a vehicle turning east onto McKenzie Avenue.
The suspect vehicle is believed to be a newer Buick, light in colour.
RCMP are asking for public assistance in locating the vehicle and the driver that fled the scene.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Steinbach RCMP or Crime Stoppers.
For the third year in a row, the Andrews family was once again selling cookies and hot chocolate in Kleefeld. All of the money they raise
Ev Wiebe has transformed her house into a Christmas shop. Wiebe is selling home-made Christmas crafts and decorations to raise money for
The Kleefeld Rec Committee held its 2nd annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Saturday evening. The ceremony consisted of skating, the
Former South African and Steinbach resident, Colleen Web was one of millions saddened with the news of Nelson Mandela's passing Thursday a
The Bus 4 Niverville project has been successful. The project was started by Maranatha Church over one-and-a-half years ago, and was focu
The CRTC's Wireless Code came into effect December 2nd. The code demands specific regulations in wireless contracts for providers Canada w
A violence vigil was held Friday morning in Otterburne, remembering the fourteen women murdered twenty-four years ago in Montreal. It was
The Provincial Progressive Conservative Party shuffled their cabinet Friday. Steinbach's MLA Kelvin Goertzen says he will remain the hous
After high school graduation, Landmark’s Nicole Dunn enrolled at the University of Manitoba to pursue a science degree. Five years into
Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship is seeking tips regarding the illegal abandonment and wastage of a whitetail deer near Mitchel
The free chauffeur service Operation Red Nose, has already seen great support and success after just one weekend. After the campaign's la
Steinbach Mayor Chris Goertzen says policing costs are quickly becoming unmanageable for municipalities. Goertzen, speaking on behalf of t
National Novel Writing Month is a worldwide campaign that encourages writers to complete 50,000 words during the month of November. Here i
Golden West launched its newest radio station in southern Manitoba Thursday morning. Classic 107.1 FM officially hit the air-waves with cl
Students right across Southeastern Manitoba enjoyed a snow day on Thursday. Enjoyment probably isn't the word most of their parents would
Niverville Council has reached a decision on how to replace former mayor Greg Fehr, who resigned on November 5th. Councilor Myron Dyck ex
The Head of Public Works for Steinbach says snowplows have been out since early Thursday morning after fifteen to twenty-five centimetres
Schools divisions throughout southeastern Manitoba have cancelled classes today due to the poor condition of country roads. Hanover Superi
Steinbach city council has received the annual report on traffic counts on highways that run through the city. It does the study each year
The President of South East Sno-Riders says it looks like we're in for an early start to the snowmobile season. Alan Carriere says they h
The Manitoba Centre For Health Policy has named Southern Health-Sante Sud one of the healthiest regions in the province. Board Chair Deni
A snowfall warning is in effect for southeastern Manitoba. Environment Canada says another 5-10 cm of snow is expected tonight in
Steinbach MLA Kelvin Goertzen is troubled by a new report that shows Manitoba has fallen to eighth in the country in math scores and ninth
A homeowner on Marshall Place in Steinbach managed to scare away a couple of burglars before they stole anything. Steinbach RCMP report t
Five communities in the Rural Municipality of Hanover will be getting message boards next year. Reeve Stan Toews explains they have finall
With winter seemingly in full swing, the Border Land School Division wants to remind parents of its school cancellation procedures. When i
Development in Landmark has come to a halt. The RM of Tache recently expanded the community's lagoon to accommodate large scale expansion.
Steinbach Arts Council celebrated the holiday season with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and their "Holiday Pops" concert the Steinbach M
Steinbach city council has approved a new Grants Policy. It will limit annual grants to only a few organizations. Deputy Mayor Michael Zwa
If you don't already have a winter emergency kit inside your vehicle you may want to consider getting one. Liz Peters is the Public
With December 25th quickly approaching, most people are into full-on Christmas shopping mode. According to a recent survey conducted by cr
Steinbach Businesses were excited to see the increased traffic this past weekend for the kick-off to the holiday season. Steinbach's Cham
A set of traffic signals was knocked down at the corner of Main and Barkman this morning. A pick-up truck was involved in the incident how
Southern Health-Sante Sud has issued a statement supporting the province's decision to initiate a review of STARS air ambulance. Health Mi
Provencher Liberals have had a chance to go through the record of the vote from last week's byelection and are reporting some very positiv
Applications have closed for people who want to join the Steinbach Fire Department. Fire chief Kel Toews is pleased with the response by t
Residents of Hanover and Steinbach are reminded it is against the law to push snow from driveways onto streets and roads. "This tends to
Drug charges have been laid following an incident last Thursday in Marchand. RCMP were called to the community to deal with two males who
Some stormy weather is headed towards southern Manitoba Wednesday. Environment Canada is forecasting around five centimeters of snow in th
After an incident last week involving a Southern Health-Santé Sud patient, Health Minister Erin Selby has decided to temporarily