Twenty seventeen was a year for memorable occasions.
2: An earthquake of magnitude 3.7, with an epicentre 10 kilometres beneath Riverglades, shook the Murraylands just after midnight.
19: Mypolonga won the Murray Towns Cricket Association's A grade premiership.
- Story: Tigers win the shield
19: Murray Bridge Blue ended a seven-year title drought in Lower Murray bowls' top division.
- Story: Blues break drought
28: A mural painted on Coonalpyn's silos by artist Guido van Helten was unveiled.
- Story: Breath of life for silo town
1: About 150 young people gathered at Murray Bridge Town Hall for the public high school's formal, many wearing second-hand dresses or suits bought or donated through an Informal Formal Facebook group.
8: Experiment One won the Murray Bridge Battle of the Bands.
- Story: Experiment One rocks out
20: Six silhouettes, artistic interpretations of fields of wheat, were installed on Railway Terrace at Karoonda.
25: More than 1000 people gathered in Murray Bridge, and hundreds more elsewhere, to commemorate Anzac Day.
5: About 60 Unity College students and partners celebrated at their year 12 formal.
- Story: Unity College formal 2017
12: A helipad was opened at Mannum hospital.
17: The Murray Bridge Business Alliance was launched to replace three traders' groups.
- Story: New era for local business
28-29: School students, footballers and netballers united against domestic violence.
23: The Coorong Ratepayers' Group was formed.
- Story: Ratepayers call for action
16: Imperials completed an undefeated season to win their fourth straight RMNA premiership.
26: Underdogs Mypolonga won the RMFL grand final by 58 points.
20: Excites Zelady, trained by local Chris Bieg, won his third straight Murray Bridge Gold Cup.
30: Coonalpyn BP closed its doors.
4: Murray Bridge's new water playground opened.
16: Monarto Zoo's Lions 360 experience opened to the public.
25: Thousands lined the streets of Murray Bridge and filled Sturt Reserve for the city's Christmas pageant.
16: Tailem Bend's main street was filled with people for the town's Christmas parade.
18: The Ngarrindjeri people and others were formally recognised as the traditional owners of the Murraylands, Coorong and Fleurieu after 20 years of native title negotiations.