A local organization is encouraging the public to look after their mental health as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on.
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It might have been easy to see coming, but it doen't make the news any easier to swallow.
During his daily press conference at Queen's Park this afternoon, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced that students in the province would not be returning to school any earlier than May 4 due to the continuing efforts to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19.
If you're frustrated by the seemingly never-ending rise in insurance rates, know that you're not alone, and it frustrates the professionals as well.
A lot of people's daily routines may have been shut down or otherwise disrupted, but fans of storytime at the Fort Frances Library Technology Centre can still take part in the fun.
The Rainy Rive Future Development Corporation (RRFDC) is offering help to businesses in the area who will be hit by COVID-19.
Announced last week, the RRFDC is offering COVID-19 Emergency Financing to businesses in the Rainy River District in order to help them bear the brunt of the economic impact that the virus has caused in Ontario and the rest of the world.
With more and more of the district -and the world- shut down due to the spread of COVID-19, one motivated local teen has taken steps to ensure help is available for the people who need it.
The campaign is drawing to a close, but the benefits will be wide-reaching.
Walmart Fort Frances is nearing the end of its annual 'Fight Hunger, Spark Change' campaign which looks to support local food banks through collecting donations. The program has been running since 2011 and is a partnership with Food Banks Canada.
Sawyer Hanson worked up the courage to show off his perch catch during the Fishing Derby that was held on Saturday as part of the Nestor Falls Winter Carnival. Organizers have announced this this was the last year for the festival, due to a lack of volunteers.
Sawyer Hanson worked up the courage to show off his perch catch during the Fishing Derby that was held on Saturday as part of the Nestor Falls Winter Carnival. Warm and sunny weather on Saturday helped the Fishing Derby see a great turnout.
The Rainy River District 4-H Association held its annual Awards Night last Friday evening at the Stratton Millennium Hall. Dozens of 4-H members, their families and the volunteers who help make the programs run filed into the hall to socialize, enjoy dinner and applaud the hard work and dedication that was put into each of the projects undertaken over the past year.