29 years ago, after taking over the Borderland Reporter, the Triangle News was born.
Each issue we will take a look back at the goings on in the issue published the same week, 29 years previous.
Stop by the Office and have a look at the full issue that we will keep on display.
Excerpts of articles from Volume 1, No. 6 from May 18, 1983
The front page of the paper had a photo of Cecil Keast, shoveling ankle-deep snow off of the sidewalk in front of Triangle News and his office, as well as some Centre Street photos of piles of snow.
“Traffic in Coronach slowed down considerably as winter came upon us last Thursday. Vehicles had problems moving, school buses left early to transport the children home safely and the S.T.C. bus wa not allowed to leave the city.
Bengough Recreation Board Report
Graduation was held on Friday, May 6. Awards were presented including the Holt Memorial Award for outstanding achievement in Canadian History to Nina Patel. 1982 Governor General award presented to Amanda Palmer.
Coronach Town Council Report
The Coronach Economic Development Committee contacted several professional firms, such as dentist, optometrist, etc. inviting them to consider opening an office in Coronach, even on a part-time basis. Some positive response has been received.
Born to Joe and Charlene Beausoleil on Monday, May 9 at 5:47 p.m. at the Coronach Union Hospital, a son, Nich-olas Danielle weighing 6 lbs. 1 3⁄4 oz. and measuring 19 inch-es long, a brother for Michael.
Coronach Hotel now open! Re-opened and under the management of Harold Sigglekow. Renovations continue.
Variety Night at the Coronach School, including singing, dancing, beauty pageant, and skits.
Congratulations to the Grad of ‘83 ad for Murray’s Pharmacy.
90th birthday celebration for Cliff Knudsen. Cliff attributed his long life to “hard work, clean living and a cheerful outlook on life.”
Security building supplies from Gravelbourg announced Lorraine de Montigny as their sales rep to promote and sell ready to move homes and stick packages in the Coronach area.
Garry from Tune-A-Matic in Viceroy - Labour rate - $15 per hour
Cy’s Auto Glass in Assiniboia advertising VCR rentals and sales. Three day VCR rental with 3 movies of choice - $29.95
Jeans and Things in Assiniboia “Gigantic Jean Sale”.
Barry White and Stu Hanslow of White Plymouth Chrysler Ltd in Assiniboia welcome new shareholders George Peters and Art Schrenk.
Manoir Hotel presents live music by “Dave Pearson” and “Don Young”.
Fife Lake presents Live Entertainment by “Al Metevier” and the “Two Man Trio, Art & Victor”