Neepawa council gets to work


By Eoin Devereux

The Neepawa Banner

Neepawa’s new mayor and council are wasting little time in tackling the variety of complex issues facing the community. The group held its first official meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 4, and reviewed several items of note. 

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Kenton News - Nov 6th

By Paulette Wiens


 On Oct. 30 people gathered at Kenton Memorial Hall for turkey bingo; lucky winners went home with nice looking turkeys purchased from Kenton Co-op.

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Students celebrate year of empowerment

By Kate Jackman-Atkinson

The Neepawa Banner

What do an astronaut, a filmmaker, an HIV positive teen and a multi-platinum recording artist have in common?  They were just four of the 20 speakers at this year’s WE Day in Winnipeg. 

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Legislature recalled

By Ken Waddell

The Banner

On Wednesday, after a week of almost unprecedented uproar in the Manitoba government, the announcement was made by NDP house leader, Steve Ashton that the legislature will sit this fall.

A throne speech will be read on Nov. 20 and the house will sit for two weeks.

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New specialty plate available today

By Crystal Cann

      Administrative Co-ordinator

Snoman unveiled a new, colourful specialty licence plate at its fourth annual congress on Oct. 24 and 25 in Winnipeg. The plate will be available at Autopac agents throughout the province beginning Nov. 3.

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