Blackwood Youth Action will benefit from the Bridgetown Scramble this weekend.
Rylington Park will hold its annual field day this Friday, the first since the Shire of Boyup Brook took over management of the park.
Better understanding of seismic activity across the South West is the aim of a project announced last week on the second anniversary of the 5.7 magnitude Lake Muir earthquake.
Stockmen and women from around the State will muster at Mayanup at the weekend for the Best of the West Stockman Challenge, the only event of its kind in Western Australia.
Select residents in the region last week participated in the annual WorkABILITY Day, which helps to bring together employers with employees.
Since starting brewing professionally 17 years ago, Bridgetown’s Mark Hollett has built a demonstrated track record of success.
Warren Women’s Hockey Association’s 2020 season comes to an end this weekend.
Manjimup Netball Association finishes off its season this week with both senior and junior grand finals.
The Lower South West Junior Football Association season will end on Saturday with the grand finals being played at Tigers Oval.
Warren-Blackwood Bombers had a mixed bag of results at the weekend, with the girls falling short of victory and the boys securing a home win.
Manjimup Rovers suffered a 6-3 loss at home against Geographe on Sunday in their second last game of the season.
Manjimup Marlins swimmers Jack Perry and Brielle Krispyn had career best performances at the Hancock Prospecting State Short Course Championships.
The Nannup Art Trail will officially open this Friday, showcasing businesses and artists across eight different venues, all within walking distance of each other.
Clubs that use the Collier Street sporting grounds are urging Manjimup residents to not let their dogs use the grounds as a toilet.
A youth festival plans to uncover the best mullet in the Shire of Manjimup.
Relatives of soldiers who perished on the Sandakan Death March, veterans and the Boyup Brook community came together on September 9 to remember those who died.
The Manjimup RSM team is raising money and awareness of cerebral palsy by walking 10,000 steps each day.
East Manjimup Primary School rounded out its celebration of Science Week and Book Week with a sustainable igloo sculpture.
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions is encouraging people to experience the region’s wildflowers.
St Brigid’s Catholic Primary School Year 6 student James Rutten lost his locks last Tuesday in support of the Kids Cancer Project.
Manjimup teenager Llewellyn Cully plays several musical instruments and wants to learn more as part of her passion for music.
Bridgetown Netball Association players took to the court for its round seven fixtures on September 1 and September 3.
Warren-Blackwood Bombers youth football teams completed a stunning trifecta of victories across the three grades at the weekend.
Thanks to the support of local businesses, the Bridgetown Netball Association players have new uniforms to show off when they represent the association.
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