The Lower South West Soccer League played its round of fixtures at Deanmill on Saturday.
Bridgetown Basketball Association started the selection process for its representative teams on Sunday.
People are being urged to play a small part in putting a smile on children’s faces at Christmas this year.
Northcliffe Visitor Centre has thrown its support behind a low carbon tourism proposal from think tank Clean State.
The community has been through a lot this year and the Manjimup Pantry wants to do its part to bring some joy to the town.
Bridgetown Repertory Theatre’s annual pantomime is due to launch on December 4.
Transition Bridgetown’s monthly open space event focused on food security this month.
Two Manjimup Senior High School students have been selected from among more than 1000 students to have their recipe featured in a calendar.
The Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival Art Award exhibition is open for public viewing at the Manjimup Art Gallery.
A parliamentary committee has declined to make further inquiries into the Southern Forest Irrigation Scheme.
The Parks and Wildlife Service’s chief pilot is retiring after 43 years with the department.
Churchgoers got a look at religious history on Saturday when given the opportunity to view a scroll estimated to be 250 years old and written in ancient Hebrew.
Warren Family History Group has released its first book, documenting the plaques found in the local area.
Manjimup woman Kim Starkie has many community roles on the go.
Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre has announced the results of its Kambarang in Art Competition.
Prams and mothers gathered en masse for the Bridgetown Child Health Commitee’s Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia pram walk on Thursday.
Bridgetown’s Henri Nouwen House will be able to offer its clients upgraded facilities thanks to a $105,000 refurbishment.
People turned out across the South West for Remembrance Day services on Wednesday, for the first organised public commemoration of armed services since the COVID-19 outbreak.
Tari Jeffers & Tristan Wheeler
Lower South West police are calling for care on the roads in the lead up to the festive season.
Greenbushes Primary School got into the spirit of NAIDOC Week, with a full slate of events held at the school.
Newspaper journalist Tari Jeffers leaving for Newman next week.
Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival comes back to the community in 2020.
Week long of activities celebrate NAIDOC Week at Manjimup Primary School.
One of Nannup’s best-kept secrets is Vee Two, a motorcycle manufacturing business spearheaded by Brook Henry.
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