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The Minnedosa

Since 1883
Volume 136 Issue 51 Friday, March 1, 2019 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Debating The Cool Spring Proposal

this week


Rinks in Photo by Karen Mitchell

By KAREN MITCHELL conditional use by Cool barn. With the construc- totaling 1,218 animal units. nical Review Committee to
Ladies Spring Colony Ltd. in the tion of these two buildings, This would be an over- review the application and

Bonspiel O n Wednesday, Feb- Bethany-Clanwilliam area the colony is hoping to ex- all increase of 174 animal report back to the council

ruary 20th, approxi- northeast of Minnedosa. pand their broiler opera- units. with findings and recom-
mately 40 interested The proposal includes tion to 96,000 animals (480 Due to the application mendations.
residents gathered at the the construction of a animal units) and add 500 being over the 250 animal
Minnedosa Ukrainian Hall 31,000 square foot broiler layers, 400 ducks and four unit threshold, the Rural Continued
for the public hearing re- poultry barn and a 12,480 dairy cows which would Municipality of Minto- on Page 3
garding an application for square foot multi-purpose result in a mixed operation Odanah required a Tech-

Minnedosa Mustangs Bring Home The Gold

By KAREN MITCHELL The U17 girls first on Monday against SCSA
game was on Friday, Feb- MacFarlane, landing the

D uring the weekend of

February 15th to 18th
the Minnedosa Mustangs,
ruary 15th which saw them
defeat Southdale U17G
with a score of 1-0. On
win with a score of 2-1.
The U12 girls played
two games on Saturday,
both the U12 and U17 girls Saturday, they tied East one against SCSA Storm
soccer teams headed to End U17G with a score of in which they defeated
Winnipeg to compete in 0-0 and on Sunday they them 2-0 and one against
the Golden Boy Youth Soc- beat out SWCC Webster/ Park City Muzia were they
cer Tournament. Fraser with a score of 2-1. lost 1-0. On Sunday, they
Both teams walked With these games under played Corydon U12G and
away at the end of the their belt the team was tied walked away with the win
weekend wearing a gold with East End U17G and with a score of 3-0. Head-
medal that acknowledged had to go into a shoot out ing into the final game,
the hard work and great to determine who would Minnedosa was second in
game skills displayed, not play in the finals. After the round robin.
only during the weekend seven shooters Minnedosa
but throughout the entire walked away with the win, Continued on
Photo submitted season. taking them to the finals Page 3