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Final touches for fundraiser

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Barb Wilson, a sales manager with the Victoria Inn, prepares tables for the 18th annual President’s Dinner on Thursday evening. The event is a fundraiser for the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba.

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Barb Wilson, a sales manager with the Victoria Inn, prepares tables for the 18th annual President’s Dinner on Thursday evening. The event is a fundraiser for the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba.

Fire destroys Home Hardware in Neepawa

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Firefighters battle a blaze that destroyed Neepawa’s Home Hardware store on Wednesday evening.

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Firefighters battle a blaze that destroyed Neepawa’s Home Hardware store on Wednesday evening.

Track trio

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A trio of joggers make their way around the track at Brandon University’s Healthy Living Centre on Wednesday.

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A trio of joggers make their way around the track at Brandon University’s Healthy Living Centre on Wednesday.

Lighten up

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A Manitoba Hydro worker changes street lights along Lorne Avenue with the former First Baptist Church in the background on Tuesday afternoon.

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A Manitoba Hydro worker changes street lights along Lorne Avenue with the former First Baptist Church in the background on Tuesday afternoon.

Breath of Spring campaign

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Volunteers Audrey Timmons and Elaine Lelond wrap up a delivery of tulips for the Manitoba Lung Association’s Breath of Spring campaign at Central United Church on Tuesday morning. Deliveries were made in the afternoon to more than 80 business in Brandon and Virden.

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Volunteers Audrey Timmons and Elaine Lelond wrap up a delivery of tulips for the Manitoba Lung Association’s Breath of Spring campaign at Central United Church on Tuesday morning. Deliveries were made in the afternoon to more than 80 business in Brandon and Virden.

Tuning up

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Zhen Wang tunes her violin prior to her graduate student recital at Brandon University’s Lorne Watson Recital Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Wang joins a host of other music students putting on recitals as the end of the academic year approaches.

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Zhen Wang tunes her violin prior to her graduate student recital at Brandon University’s Lorne Watson Recital Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Wang joins a host of other music students putting on recitals as the end of the academic year approaches.

Break out the boards

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Mitch Rempel pops back into the bowl while performing a frontside noseblunt on Monday at the Kristopher Campbell Memorial Skatepark.

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Mitch Rempel pops back into the bowl while performing a frontside noseblunt on Monday at the Kristopher Campbell Memorial Skatepark.

The old landmark

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Minnedosa's historic Dominion Post Office, with its tall corner clock tower, stands out against the sky at dusk on a bitterly cold Sunday evening.

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Minnedosa's historic Dominion Post Office, with its tall corner clock tower, stands out against the sky at dusk on a bitterly cold Sunday evening.

Starry skies at cemetery

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Stars fill the sky above the Minnedosa Cemetery on a clear and bitterly cold Sunday night.

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Stars fill the sky above the Minnedosa Cemetery on a clear and bitterly cold Sunday night.

Lights!

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Dancers with Mecca prepare to perform Me Capella during the Festival of the Arts Dance Showcase at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium on Sunday afternoon.

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Dancers with Mecca prepare to perform Me Capella during the Festival of the Arts Dance Showcase at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium on Sunday afternoon.

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Sights set high to revitalize downtown

A highrise residential complex, a convention centre and a community performance venue.

Municipal Government Minister Drew Caldwell says these three potential projects have been identified as a way to transform downtown Brandon into a more vibrant and exciting destination.

“Those three projects in and of themselves are transformational in terms of housing, transformational in terms of heritage, transformational in terms of cultural ...

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