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Musicians provide live entertainment in St. Andrews

Live music returned to St. Andrews as the St. Andrews Rectory was the backdrop for an event dubbed Porch Performance.

Johannson getting the vote out

Selkirk mayor Larry Johannson is encouraging local residents to get out and cast their ballot on election day as Canadian residents go...

Premier Invests the 2019 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Into the Order of The Buffalo Hunt

At a ceremony at IG Field on Sept. 14, Premier Kelvin Goertzen invested the Grey Cup-winning 2019 Winnipeg Blue Bombers into the...

Looking for some culture? You can find it at Selkirk’s first Culture Days

If you’ve ever wondered who the namesake of Ruth Hooker School is, the answer to that and so much more will be...

IERHA launches five-year plan

The Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority launched its five-year plan on July 26.

Turning up the summer heat; Selkirk Port D.O.G Days Market back starting July 21

If you like it hot, then this summer, with its endless 30-plus days, couldn’t be more perfect. Unless of...

Painting, croquet at St. Andrews Rectory

There is always plenty to see and do at the St. Andrews Rectory in the RM of St. Andrews.

Selkirk mayor celebrates Canada Park’s Day at Selkirk Park

Selkirk mayor Larry Johannson spent the morning of July 17 at Selkirk Park as he explored the Marine Museum of Manitoba, the...

Happy Canada Day

The Selkirk Settler Times wishes you a very Happy Canada Day.

Graduation smiles

The Selkirk Comp celebrated graduation day on June 29.
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Our Father

My dad is a wonderful man. My first memories of him are playing sports with me. I remember playing goalie as he...
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Former Royals coach being inducted into 2021 Hall of Fame

Volleyball Manitoba is excited to announce the names of five individuals and one team that will be inducted into the Volleyball Manitoba...

Gurney competes at Bison Open

Local runner Scott Gurney competed at the Bison Open at Kilcona Park in Winnipeg on Oct. 16.

Bombers qualify for playoffs

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers show no signs of slowing down as they continue to excel during the 2021 Canadian Football League season.