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Ready for Winter Festival

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Ruilin Wang dances along to the music while waiting to perform during a dress rehearsal at Knox United Church on Sunday for performers with the Brandon Chinese Lion Dance Group, who will be hosting the Chinese Pavilion at the upcoming Lieutenant-Governor's Winter Festival.

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Ruilin Wang dances along to the music while waiting to perform during a dress rehearsal at Knox United Church on Sunday for performers with the Brandon Chinese Lion Dance Group, who will be hosting the Chinese Pavilion at the upcoming Lieutenant-Governor's Winter Festival.

Wheat Kings continue streak

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Morgan Klimchuk #18 of the Brandon Wheat Kings plays the puck behind netminder Daniel Wapple #35 of the Regina Pats during the second period of WHL action at Westman Place on Saturday evening.

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Morgan Klimchuk #18 of the Brandon Wheat Kings plays the puck behind netminder Daniel Wapple #35 of the Regina Pats during the second period of WHL action at Westman Place on Saturday evening.

Bobcats crush Wesmen

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Shanlee McLennan #5 of the Brandon University Bobcats celebrates a point during university women's volleyball action against the University of Winnipeg Wesmen at the BU Healthy Living Centre on Friday evening. The Bobcats defeated the Wesmen in three sets.

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Shanlee McLennan #5 of the Brandon University Bobcats celebrates a point during university women's volleyball action against the University of Winnipeg Wesmen at the BU Healthy Living Centre on Friday evening. The Bobcats defeated the Wesmen in three sets.

Head over heels

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John Quenneville #17 of the Brandon Wheat Kings falls over netminder Rylan Parenteau #30 of the Prince Albert Raiders during WHL action at Westman Place on Friday evening.

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John Quenneville #17 of the Brandon Wheat Kings falls over netminder Rylan Parenteau #30 of the Prince Albert Raiders during WHL action at Westman Place on Friday evening.

Picture-perfect Kiwanis milestone

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Hugh Cowan, with the Brandon Kiwanis, snaps a photograph as fellow Kiwanis members Don Smith and Ruth Nickel laugh in the background at Prairie Oasis on Wednesday evening as they marked the 100th anniversary of the Kiwanis International community service movement. The local Assiniboine and Brandon clubs joined together to mark the occasion.

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Hugh Cowan, with the Brandon Kiwanis, snaps a photograph as fellow Kiwanis members Don Smith and Ruth Nickel laugh in the background at Prairie Oasis on Wednesday evening as they marked the 100th anniversary of the Kiwanis International community service movement. The local Assiniboine and Brandon clubs joined together to mark the occasion.

Quilt trip

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Vivian Privat holds one of 40 “art quilts” on display at the Central Community Centre during a show and lecture by the International Studio Art Quilt Association on Wednesday afternoon. The show, currently touring Western Canada, discussed artists and their techniques on pieces made with fabric, plastic, paper and computer-printed patterns.

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Vivian Privat holds one of 40 “art quilts” on display at the Central Community Centre during a show and lecture by the International Studio Art Quilt Association on Wednesday afternoon. The show, currently touring Western Canada, discussed artists and their techniques on pieces made with fabric, plastic, paper and computer-printed patterns.

Ag Days off to a great start

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Visitors to Ag Days make their way through the main arena during the opening day of the annual agriculture expo at the Keystone Centre on Tuesday.

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Visitors to Ag Days make their way through the main arena during the opening day of the annual agriculture expo at the Keystone Centre on Tuesday.

Fine dining at Grey Owl

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Waiting staff share a laugh in an action-packed kitchen during the opening night of the annual Grey Owl restaurant at Assiniboine Community College’s North Hill campus on Monday evening. The restaurant, which features first-rate dining from 50 of the college’s culinary arts students, will operate until Feb. 13.

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Waiting staff share a laugh in an action-packed kitchen during the opening night of the annual Grey Owl restaurant at Assiniboine Community College’s North Hill campus on Monday evening. The restaurant, which features first-rate dining from 50 of the college’s culinary arts students, will operate until Feb. 13.

Snow angel

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Three-year-old Ruairidh Cunningham makes snow angels in his front yard in Shilo on a warm Monday afternoon.

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Three-year-old Ruairidh Cunningham makes snow angels in his front yard in Shilo on a warm Monday afternoon.

Full speed ahead into winter

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Seven-year-olds Kalem Noordenbos and Colby Pentecost snowmobile on Minnedosa Lake as their parents watch on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.

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Seven-year-olds Kalem Noordenbos and Colby Pentecost snowmobile on Minnedosa Lake as their parents watch on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.

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Wheat Kings prove point versus Pats

With 35 wins and counting, the Brandon Wheat Kings have had plenty of opportunities to celebrate this season, but Saturday's 8-3 victory over the Regina Pats at Westman Place put them in a particularly jovial mood.

Down 2-1 midway through the game, the Wheat Kings (35-9-3-1) scored seven times in a span of 18:55 from the second to third periods to ...

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