“Living above worry and stress” sounds great doesn’t it? This is the new bible study being started at “CoffeeBreak,” a multidenominational women’s Bible study group that meets at the Christian Reformed Church each Wed. morning from September through May.
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A public information meeting was held last Tuesday (Aug. 25) in the Chapple Hall by staff and engineers from Hydro One Networks Inc., the company responsible for the transmission and distribution of electrical power in Ontario.
Cornell Farms is pleased to announce “The Wild Turkeys” as the headliner for the final barn concert of the season on Saturday, Sept. 12.
This group of talented musicians, comprised of brothers from two families in Sault Ste. Marie, came together in the winter of 2006.
The Rainy River Federation of Agriculture’s farm progress building at the annual fall fair in Emo began as an idea in the mind of one committee member during the winter of 1978-79.
Much to the disappointment of hundreds of fans, not to mention all the drivers, pit crews, and volunteers, the stock car races in conjunction with the Emo Fair could not be completed Saturday night.
The sound of the chainsaws revving, for many people, signifies the opening of the Rainy River Valley Agricultural Society’s annual fall fair in Emo.
For decades, loggers from across the district have gathered at the fair to demonstrate their skills and to take part in a series of friendly games.
The Borderland Racing Association has big plans for this weekend. In conjunction with the Rainy River Valley Agricultural Fair, the Emo Speedway will be holding some of the most important races of the season.
Cello and voice are two words which are not normally used in a sentence describing a musical genre, but those who attended the Cornell’s barn concert last Wednesday (Aug. 5) learned first-hand, that recording artist and composer Kevin Fox has indeed created a unique and captivating style which magically combines the traditional cello with the modern sounds of pop music.
Halifax native Kevin Fox was the featured artist at the Cornell Farms barn concert last Wednesday evening. Fox dazzled the crowd with his charismatic voice and his unique, lush and captivating musical tapestry of cello-driven folk/pop.
Opening for Kevin Fox at the Cornell Farms barn concert yesterday was local music star, Sarah Hebert. Hebert sang and played songs from her recent CD entitled “The Fall.”