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One giant leap

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Mikhail Oleson leaps off a snowbank while playing with his father Elliot and brother Kier (not seen) near Princess Avenue on Monday.

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Mikhail Oleson leaps off a snowbank while playing with his father Elliot and brother Kier (not seen) near Princess Avenue on Monday.

Pet pals

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A puppy walks past a cat as the pair while away an afternoon at a Pet Valu store on Monday afternoon. The stores usually keep a pet looking for a home through the Funds for Furry Friends organization.

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A puppy walks past a cat as the pair while away an afternoon at a Pet Valu store on Monday afternoon. The stores usually keep a pet looking for a home through the Funds for Furry Friends organization.

Getting rid of the dead wood

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Sean Fleming with the City of Brandon cuts tree trunks into smaller pieces while large slash piles of dead trees from the Assiniboine River bank west of 18th Street are burned on Monday after being cleared. The trees were killed during the flooding in 2014 and previous years.

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Sean Fleming with the City of Brandon cuts tree trunks into smaller pieces while large slash piles of dead trees from the Assiniboine River bank west of 18th Street are burned on Monday after being cleared. The trees were killed during the flooding in 2014 and previous years.

Grooving with Gord

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Canadian country artist Gord Bamford performs for a large crowd at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium on Sunday evening.

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Canadian country artist Gord Bamford performs for a large crowd at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium on Sunday evening.

Pink the Rink

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Adam Morrison shows off his support for the Brandon Wheat Kings Pink the Rink night in support of the Canadian Cancer Society at Westman Place on Saturday evening. The Wheaties wore pink jerseys during their 6-4 victory over the Kootenay Ice. (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

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Adam Morrison shows off his support for the Brandon Wheat Kings Pink the Rink night in support of the Canadian Cancer Society at Westman Place on Saturday evening. The Wheaties wore pink jerseys during their 6-4 victory over the Kootenay Ice. (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

Wheaties clinch East Division pennant

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Rihards Bukarts #13 (C) of the Brandon Wheat Kings celebrates a goal with teammates in the third period of WHL action against the Kootenay Ice at Westman Place on Friday evening. Despite losing 3-2 to the Ice in a shoot-out the Wheaties still clinched the East Division pennant.

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Rihards Bukarts #13 (C) of the Brandon Wheat Kings celebrates a goal with teammates in the third period of WHL action against the Kootenay Ice at Westman Place on Friday evening. Despite losing 3-2 to the Ice in a shoot-out the Wheaties still clinched the East Division pennant.

Shooting hoops

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Cole Tokaryk #35 of the Vincent Massey Vikings and Danny Friesen #8 of the Garden Valley Zodiacs leap for the loose ball during the opening match of the Triple Crown Zone Challenge varsity boys high school basketball tournament at VMHS on Friday afternoon.

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Cole Tokaryk #35 of the Vincent Massey Vikings and Danny Friesen #8 of the Garden Valley Zodiacs leap for the loose ball during the opening match of the Triple Crown Zone Challenge varsity boys high school basketball tournament at VMHS on Friday afternoon.

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.

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Province kicks in $1M for ACC building plan

Assiniboine Community College is set to receive approximately $1 million to help further develop the Parkland Building concept plan on the North Hill campus.

Education Minister Peter Bjornson and Municipal Government Minister Drew Caldwell will be on hand for today’s provincial funding announcement at the Parkland Building.

These dollars will help pay for engineering studies and a feasibility analysis, as well as ...

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