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Over the years, forestry has played a major role in building the town's economy—and it continues to play an important role in the lives of many residents.
To help today's youth develop a better understanding of the local forestry industry and forestry renewal, now-retired renewal forester Judy Kaufman spoke to a Grade 7 class at St. Francis School on Friday.
The Rainy River District School Board is committed to providing a safe and positive learning environment for all of its students.
The Catholic Women's League at St. Patrick's in Emo will be holding its annual Christmas tea and bake sale this Saturday (Nov. 24) from 1-3 p.m. in the church hall.
There also will be basket draws, as well as religious articles and raisin, apple, and meat pies for sale.
Admission is $5 at the door.
If you conjure up an idea of what you wanted to be when you grew up, a mustachioed pilot probably was pretty high up on your list.
There's a reason this is a mainstay in the dream professions of children (and, let's face it, adults, too): it's cool!
The OPP is reminding the community of the dangers of thin ice.
With the colder weather among us, the ice is beginning to form but unstable conditions still are present on many lakes, rivers, and waterways.
This past week, the Kenora OPP responded to three calls for service of youths trying to walk on thin ice.
While Riverside Health Care continues its recruitment efforts for a new administrator at Rainycrest, we have made arrangements with Extendicare Assist for an acting administrator at the home.
Brad Hall and Cathi Allison of Extendicare Assist will serve as administrator at Rainycrest on a rotational basis.
Females are significantly under-represented in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, making up just 22 percent of the total workforce in these careers, according to Statistics Canada.
On Nov. 11 around 5:05 a.m., members of the Rainy River District OPP received a report of a motor-vehicle collision on Highway 11 at Manitou Rapids First Nation.
An officer attended the scene and spoke with the driver, soon suspecting that he had alcohol in his body.
The male was arrested and transported to the Fort Frances OPP detachment, where he underwent further testing.
A number of service degradation issues that arose on Nov. 15 for some of Tbaytel’s land line telephone customers primarily have been resolved as a result of efforts made by Tbaytel technicians.
Some customers, both business and residential, in Fort Frances and Thunder Bay were experiencing one-way audio or a loss of dial tone, which resulted in the inability to complete calls.