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Lights going out on Eighth Street bridge

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Workers remove streetlights from the Eighth Street bridge on Tuesday ahead of the demolition of the bridge. The dismantling is scheduled to begin on May 29. The bridge is currently closed to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

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Workers remove streetlights from the Eighth Street bridge on Tuesday ahead of the demolition of the bridge. The dismantling is scheduled to begin on May 29. The bridge is currently closed to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Enjoying May long weekend at RMNP

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Noah Peto, 8, speaks with one of his fellow explorers while near the waters of Clear Lake during the May long weekend.

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Noah Peto, 8, speaks with one of his fellow explorers while near the waters of Clear Lake during the May long weekend.

ACC students savour treats

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Second-year students Mandie Luswata and Samara Zatylny take photos of a variety of chocolates on Friday that they and other students created at Assiniboine Community College’s Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts during a weeklong pastry and chocolate workshop with renowned chef Sergio Shidomi.

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Second-year students Mandie Luswata and Samara Zatylny take photos of a variety of chocolates on Friday that they and other students created at Assiniboine Community College’s Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts during a weeklong pastry and chocolate workshop with renowned chef Sergio Shidomi.

Guitar man

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Wayne Twerdochlib (pictured) can often be found with his guitar outside the Dollarama at the Corral Centre. Since the weather has gotten warmer, Twerdochlib has been playing his music for the folks of Brandon more often.

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Wayne Twerdochlib (pictured) can often be found with his guitar outside the Dollarama at the Corral Centre. Since the weather has gotten warmer, Twerdochlib has been playing his music for the folks of Brandon more often.

Taking in Cruise Night

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Two-year-old Conner Curtis sits atop his dad's 1991 Ford Tempo during the first Cruise Night in Downtown Brandon of the season on Thursday.

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Two-year-old Conner Curtis sits atop his dad's 1991 Ford Tempo during the first Cruise Night in Downtown Brandon of the season on Thursday.

Enjoying some cool treats

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Erick Cuadros and his sister, Karen Cuadros, and Laura Nomesque enjoy the sunny weather outside Twisters Ice Cream Shoppe on Thursday afternoon.

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Erick Cuadros and his sister, Karen Cuadros, and Laura Nomesque enjoy the sunny weather outside Twisters Ice Cream Shoppe on Thursday afternoon.

Taking on Relay for Life challenge

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Randi Curry of Star 94.7 FM, Amanda Navid of 101 The Farm, Ty Lewis of the Brandon Wheat Kings and Matt Powell of the Brandon Bobcats men’s volleyball team try to unwrap chocolates while wearing oven mitts as part of the Relay Challenge during the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay For Life kickoff at Prairie Firehouse on Thursday evening. The annual Relay for Life will take place on June 3 at the Keystone Centre.

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Randi Curry of Star 94.7 FM, Amanda Navid of 101 The Farm, Ty Lewis of the Brandon Wheat Kings and Matt Powell of the Brandon Bobcats men’s volleyball team try to unwrap chocolates while wearing oven mitts as part of the Relay Challenge during the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay For Life kickoff at Prairie Firehouse on Thursday evening. The annual Relay for Life will take place on June 3 at the Keystone Centre.

Down by the river

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Cary Johnson fishes from the bank of the Little Saskatchewan River west of Brandon on a sunny Wednesday afternoon. Johnson grew up in the Brandon area and is back visiting after recently finishing his third year at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon.

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Cary Johnson fishes from the bank of the Little Saskatchewan River west of Brandon on a sunny Wednesday afternoon. Johnson grew up in the Brandon area and is back visiting after recently finishing his third year at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon.

22 and counting for Vikings

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The Vincent Massey Vikings hoist the trophy and celebrate after winning the Brandon High School Girls Fastpitch League title by defeating the Neelin Spartans on Tuesday. It is the 22nd straight city fastpitch title for the Vikings.

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The Vincent Massey Vikings hoist the trophy and celebrate after winning the Brandon High School Girls Fastpitch League title by defeating the Neelin Spartans on Tuesday. It is the 22nd straight city fastpitch title for the Vikings.

Hooping it up at Vincent Massey

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Students play basketball after school at Vincent Massey High School on Tuesday afternoon.

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Students play basketball after school at Vincent Massey High School on Tuesday afternoon.

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Alexander resident badly hurt in Bali bike accident; GoFundMe campaign launched

Tiffany Green was days away from returning to Canada from her travels in Bali when she broke her back in a biking accident.

Green, 32, had just completed Blissology’s yoga teacher training on the Indonesian island and extended her holiday to enjoy the tropical surroundings before returning to Brandon.

“She decided that she was just going to take the opportunity because she ...

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