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Highway 10 crash

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Emergency Crews responded to  serious crash on Highway 10, about seven miles south of Brandon Monday afternoon.

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Emergency Crews responded to serious crash on Highway 10, about seven miles south of Brandon Monday 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.

Big meets bigger

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A semi-trailer and a four-door pickup truck had a small crash at about 1:30 p.m. Monday on McTavish Avenue at Sixth Street. Minor injuries were reported to one of the drivers involved.

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A semi-trailer and a four-door pickup truck had a small crash at about 1:30 p.m. Monday on McTavish Avenue at Sixth Street. Minor injuries were reported to one of the drivers involved.

Fast-breaking

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A group of young boys share in their Eid fest marking the end of the month of Ramadan, a monthlong spirual cleansing period observed by Muslim world-wide, at the Westman Islamic Centre on 10th Street on Monday morning.

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A group of young boys share in their Eid fest marking the end of the month of Ramadan, a monthlong spirual cleansing period observed by Muslim world-wide, at the Westman Islamic Centre on 10th Street on Monday morning.

Ghost dancer

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Dancer Alexandra Garrido performs traditional Zapateado dancing on stage with Mariachi Ghost during their Saturday evening performance at Brandon Folk, Music and Art Festival on the Keystone Centre grounds.

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Dancer Alexandra Garrido performs traditional Zapateado dancing on stage with Mariachi Ghost during their Saturday evening performance at Brandon Folk, Music and Art Festival on the Keystone Centre grounds.

Start your engines

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Drag racers warm up their tires in the burnout pits at the Neepawa Airport runway as they gear up to compete at the 14th Annual Runway Drag Races hosted by the Yellowhead Roadrunners auto club on Saturday.

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Drag racers warm up their tires in the burnout pits at the Neepawa Airport runway as they gear up to compete at the 14th Annual Runway Drag Races hosted by the Yellowhead Roadrunners auto club on Saturday.

Hole in the sky

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A passing storm front rolls past a canola field near Brookdale on Saturday afternoon.

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A passing storm front rolls past a canola field near Brookdale on Saturday afternoon.

Festival of lilies

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Visitors fill the display tents which housed a selection of prize-winning lilies during Neepawa’s annual Lily Festival on Saturday afternoon.

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Visitors fill the display tents which housed a selection of prize-winning lilies during Neepawa’s annual Lily Festival on Saturday afternoon.

Kickin' up dust

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Jay Burton, in the No. 28 car, takes the checkered flag during Sunday’s Prairie Association of Stock Car Auto Racing inaugural race in which four competitors raced their four-cylinder stock cars around the quarter-mile track.

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Jay Burton, in the No. 28 car, takes the checkered flag during Sunday’s Prairie Association of Stock Car Auto Racing inaugural race in which four competitors raced their four-cylinder stock cars around the quarter-mile track.

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Quick arrest after pizza delivery driver robbed

It may not have been 30 minutes or less, but police were able to quickly crack the case of the pizza delivery robbery early Tuesday morning.

Officers were called at about 2:30 a.m., just after the driver had been robbed.

The driver had just dropped off a pizza to home in the 3500-block of Willowdale Crescent and was returning to his vehicle ...

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