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Back row: Kathie Huebner, Alice Gollan and Alys Sturrock. Centre: Elaine Quick, Hilary Willowsmith and Sandra Stronach. Front: Judy Lynch, Julie Jennings, Joy Maybery, Heather Atwell and guide Les Milliken at the Serviceton Railway Station.

Members enjoy mystery tour

ON Tuesday May 14 Willenabrina CWA members celebrated their 68th birthday with...

MINYIP SHOW NO MORE

MINYIP’S Agricultural and Pastoral Society will formally disband and the show will be no...
SEEING THE SIGHTS: From left, Leanne Stirling, Cheryl Gigney, Kim Rycroft, Julie Johnson (front), Andey Boren and Sharon Moyle chat with Wheatland Museum volunteer Lorraine Inkster (centre) this week as they tour the Silo Art Trail. The ladies adorned themselves with their own silo art as they felt the Dooen Silo was naked, so they took it upon themselves to be a replacement.

SIGHT SEEING SILOS

FIVE visitors to the Silo Art Trail took to the trail with ...
RAISING A CUP: Front Host President of Social Club Debra Steed is joined by (L-R): Bruce Hein, Sherry Crow, Ken Schilling for a good hot cuppa in support of the Cancer Council at the Warracknabeal Bowling Club.

ANYONE FOR A CUPPA?

WARRACKNABEAL’S Bowling Club put the kettle on once more to raise funds for the...

NATIONALS RETAIN MALLEE

DESPITE a swing of just under three percent with almost 80 percent of votes counted,...
Molly receives her award at the netball from Warracknabeal Police Officer Leading Senior Constable Peter Taylor at Warracknabeal Netball Courts on Saturday.

Molly’s spirit applauded with Blue Ribbon award

THE Round three winner of the Wimmera League Blue Ribbon Foundation Spirit of...
Dance Now exam students with their certifi cates.

STUDENTS ACE EXAMS

MORE than 60 dance exams were completed by Dance Now students on...
Left to right: Tonia Smith, Tayla Leith, Georgina Powell, Breanna Mahar and Tom Andrews got behind the cause at the Warracknabeal Pharmacy.

Overies for ovaries embraced

WHAT started as a fun way to raise money for a good ...

AEC closes down polling booths

IN a move that has angered many people, the Australian Electoral Commission...

$50,000 fine over dumped demolition waste

Horsham Magistrate’s Court has fined a local company $50,000 for dumping the waste from a Horsham demolition job at a rural property...