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RCMP caught two drivers racing on Highway 59 north of Garven Road. The driver of a Subaru who is 17-years-old, was clocked at 196/kmh. He recieved a $1978 fine. The driver of a Dodge Dart, a 45-year-old man, was clocked at 172/kmh His fine was $1664.
The Manitoba Motorcycle Ride for Dad celebrated its 10TH Ride Saturday. Unofficially, the number of riders is over 1,490. Funds raised from this years ride will exceed $350,000. This brings the ten-year fundraising total to over $2.2M. Proceeds stay in Manitoba for prostate cancer research and education
Police said Cheryl Ross, who is 30-year-olds, was last seen on Sunday, May 20th during the afternoon in Winnipeg. Cheryl is described as Indigenous, 5’7”, approximately 120-lbs, with long brown hair - usually worn in a ponytail and brown eyes. When last seen she was wearing black leggings and a black sweatshirt. You can find a photo on our website.
Mounties said that a motorcycle travelling westbound on PR213, being driven by a 71-year-old man from the RM of East St. Paul, was struck from behind by a vehicle, being driven by a 16-year-old male, also from the RM of East St. Paul. This collision resulted in the motorcyclist being thrown from his motorcycle. Police believe he was struck by two other vehicles.
Manitoba civil servants will be able swig a beer at office parties, but smoking pot will still be a no−no after recreational cannabis is legalized. The five−page draft policy from Manitoba’s civil service commission, to take effect once recreational pot is legal, says booze will still be OK at some functions, but pot won’t be.
Sunny and hot today, highs of 28 then the rain comes our way Tuesday and Wednesday.
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