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Triple crash

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Brandon police attend the scene of a three-vehicle collision at the intersection of 18th Street North and the Trans-Canada highway, Thursday morning. There was no word on injuries or the cause of the crash.

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Brandon police attend the scene of a three-vehicle collision at the intersection of 18th Street North and the Trans-Canada highway, Thursday morning. There was no word on injuries or the cause of the crash.

Back in splash-tion

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Camdyn Wilson dashes through the cool waters of the Rideau Park spray pad on a hot Wednesday afternoon. The spray park reopened yesterday after a leaky pipe was repaired just in time for a week of hot, sunny weather.

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Camdyn Wilson dashes through the cool waters of the Rideau Park spray pad on a hot Wednesday afternoon. The spray park reopened yesterday after a leaky pipe was repaired just in time for a week of hot, sunny weather.

Wrecked truck

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The shell is that all that remains of a burned-out semi on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Carberry. The truck, which was reportedly hauling orange juice, caught fire early Wednesday morning. There was no word on injuries.

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The shell is that all that remains of a burned-out semi on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Carberry. The truck, which was reportedly hauling orange juice, caught fire early Wednesday morning. There was no word on injuries.

Painted ponies

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Competitors in the senior hunter under saddle category await the judges’ word at the Canadian National Appaloosa Horse Show Tuesday, which runs until Saturday at the Keystone Centre’s Agricultural Centre of Excellence.

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Competitors in the senior hunter under saddle category await the judges’ word at the Canadian National Appaloosa Horse Show Tuesday, which runs until Saturday at the Keystone Centre’s Agricultural Centre of Excellence.

Ok! Blue Jay!

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A blue jay perches atop a metal fence at the Keystone Centre on Tuesday afternoon.

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A blue jay perches atop a metal fence at the Keystone Centre on Tuesday afternoon.

Here comes the pitch

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Brandon Cloverleafs’ pitcher Zach Steckler lets fly during Tuesday’s game with the Neepawa Farmers at Andrews Field. Brandon won 7-4.

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Brandon Cloverleafs’ pitcher Zach Steckler lets fly during Tuesday’s game with the Neepawa Farmers at Andrews Field. Brandon won 7-4.

Police cruiser involved in collision

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A police officer puts on a safety vest after arriving on the scene of a collision between a police cruiser and another sedan at 13th Street and Louise Avenue on Tuesday afternoon. No one was hurt in the crash.

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A police officer puts on a safety vest after arriving on the scene of a collision between a police cruiser and another sedan at 13th Street and Louise Avenue on Tuesday afternoon. No one was hurt in the crash.

Highway 10 crash

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Emergency crews responded to a serious crash on Highway 10, about seven miles south of Brandon on Tuesday afternoon.

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Emergency crews responded to a serious crash on Highway 10, about seven miles south of Brandon on Tuesday afternoon.

Spray park down, but not out

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Children play in the civic swimming pool in Rideau Park as the city’s newest spray park sits idle on Monday afternoon. A leaky pipe has closed the play area, which is expected to once again douse children by Wednesday.

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Children play in the civic swimming pool in Rideau Park as the city’s newest spray park sits idle on Monday afternoon. A leaky pipe has closed the play area, which is expected to once again douse children by Wednesday.

Inside kicker

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Moe Al-Naamani kicks a soccer ball in the Brandon University gym on Monday. BU’s Score a Seat campaign, launched near the end of June, is more than a third of the way to its goal of selling 150 seats by the end of the year.

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Moe Al-Naamani kicks a soccer ball in the Brandon University gym on Monday. BU’s Score a Seat campaign, launched near the end of June, is more than a third of the way to its goal of selling 150 seats by the end of the year.

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