The City of Steinbach has announced that its newest splash park, located beside the Jake Epp Library, is now open for a new season.
A 26-year-old Ste. Agathe man has been seriously injured after his vehicle rolled into a ditch at the intersection of Highway 75 and Provincial Road 210.
Rainy weather over this past May Long weekend may have hampered camping plans, but RCMP officers were still out on the roads during Canada Road Safety Week (May 16-22), focusing on high-risk driving behaviours.
Street Arts in the City, a new addition to Steinbach’s Summer in the City festival, is coming to Main Street this summer as part of the City’s annual street festival.
The Manager of the Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre says information provided during the centre’s school tours has become much more focused on what the students are learning about food through the media.
The Steinbach Credit Union will be holding its annual Pancake Breakfast on June 16, 2017, kicking off this year’s Summer in the City festival.
Victoria Day ended tragically for a group of canoers, following a fatal boating accident on the Burntwood River north of the City of Thompson, Manitoba.
Announced in April of this year, Steinbach RCMP would once again like to remind the public of the new times that Criminal Record Checks will be performed beginning in June.
The City of Steinbach is offering residents interested in installing a pool, some how-to information to make the process go smoothly.