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. 7 from May 25, 1983.
Coronach B.P.O. Elks & O.O.R.P hold joint installation
Installing officers were District Deputy Bro. Glen Jensen of Bengough and District Deputy Lady Della Pickens of Assiniboia. Assistant installing officers were Bro. Jim Willford of Coronach and Lady Rosalie Fjeldberg of Assiniboia.
Bill Barmby was installed as Immediate Past Exalted Ruler with Ron Farrant as Exalted Ruler.
In the O.O.R.P, Joyce Ager was installed as Past Honored Royal Lady with Mable Shain being installed as Honored Royal Lady.
Mary McNevin was the pianist for the ceremony until Lady Rose Sherwin was installed.
Rolling Hills Fastball
Coronach defeats Fife Lake 42 to 5 and Willow Bunch downed Rockglen 27 to 2. Coronach defeats Willow Bunch 18 to 16 and Rockglen downs fife Lake 40 to 16.
Coronach School Track and Field Report
Winners were: Senior Boys: Brian Willford and Kelly Gent were tied for first. Gary Woods second.
Senior Girls: Deena Zoller first, Penny Holbrook second.
Junior Boys: Dwain Bergeron first, Clancy Foley second.
Junior Girls: Marni Gray first, Colette Noll second.
Midget Boys: Grey Parker and Brad Lisowick tied for first; Tim Foley in second.
Midget Girls: Cathie Ferguson first, Becky Rohatyn second.
Bantam Boys: Craig Noble in first, Rodney Manske in second.
Bantam Girls: Cathy Sognesand first, Arlene McLellan second.
• Grasshopper forecast for 1983 is severe
• Reverend Randy MacKenzie submitted the Religious Overtones.
• Career focus on Ron Folliott, coordinator of the southern region of the Coteau Range Community College
• Bengough town council approved their budget with the mill rate set at 65.5
• Maxine Stevenson won a cake decorated by Jenny Peacock as a door prize at the Anglican Women Spring Sale.
• Anne Wrolson celebrated her 80 birthday. Photo of her and her relatives from Norway, visiting at the time.
• Blue Sage Gymkhana Club holds first meet
• Coronach RCMP welcome Student RCMP Gerald Antosh.
• The Bengough Blues (men) and Bengough Blazers (ladies) planning a ball tournament.