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The Rainy River Future Development Corp. and the Town of Fort Frances, along with our headline sponsor Tbaytel, are excited to announce the 2018 Rainy Lake Series concerts.
These free concerts will be held Thursdays from 6-8 p.m. at the new Rainy Lake Square in downtown Fort Frances.
The Northwestern Health Unit has launched a free iOS (Apple) mobile application for smartphones and tablets called the Healthy Environments app.
This is the first app to launch in our “NWHUConnect” app suite, which will enable the public to interact with health unit programs from their mobile devices.
The Fort Frances Legion Ladies Auxiliary to Br. #29 met on April 11, with 26 members in attendance.
The charter was draped in memory of Silvia Gunderson, who was a member with 24 years of service and held many positions with the auxiliary, including as president from 2003-14.
Silvia most recently held the position of District Commander for District 7.
For the first time, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry's Kenora District Office will operate the Ogimaa Binesiiyog Stewardship Youth Ranger Partnership Program.
Renowned Canadian fiddle champion Scott Woods and his all-star band present “Fiddling Up A Storm!” on Wednesday, May 9 at 7 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion in Emo.
Tickets cost $25 for adults and $10 for children aged six-12 (those five and under are free), which are available by calling the Emo Legion at 482-2250.
The Children's Theatre Company has been on a three-month tour of the play, “Seedfolks,” performing in Minnesota, Nebraska, and New York.
The show will be presented on the Backus stage in International Falls next Thursday (April 26) at 7 p.m. (note the date change from early marketing efforts).
Thunder Bay-Rainy River MP Don Rusnak spent last week in Washington, D.C. meeting with congressional representatives as well as several indigenous councils and organizations.
Karen Kejick announced yesterday she is seeking the Ontario Liberal nomination for the riding of Kenora-Rainy River.
Born and raised on the beautiful shores of Iskatewizaagegan (Shoal Lake 39 First Nation), she is a proud member of the Treaty #3 Nation.
She is a knowledge keeper of the Ojibwe language and a published author.
The La Verendrye Hospital Auxiliary executive held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 3 in the hospital boardroom.
Dixie Badiuk is gearing up for this year's “Rock'n for a Reason,” which takes place April 27-28 at the local curling club in conjunction with the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce's trade show.