Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) continue to seek resolution of two unsolved homicides that occurred in Pikangikum more than a decade ago. James Strang and Judy Quill's Killers Still at Large.
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Ontario farms are increasingly being threatened by trespassers and activists who are illegally entering property, barns and buildings, seizing private property and threatening the health and safety of the farm, employees, livestock and crops.
But a local agriculture group is pushing back on the issue.
The new Falls International Airport Terminal project in International Falls has been recognized for its engineering.
Kenora, ON - MP Eric Melillo was proud to join representatives from the Ontario government for an announcement regarding the progress of the Trans-Canada Highway twinning project in Kenora.
The Rainy River Future Development Corporation (RRFDC) is seeking donors for Project Petunia.
Project Petunia is an initiative to beautify Fort Frances in the spring and summer months by hanging baskets of petunias along Kings Highway.
The Church of the Holy Spirit in Fort Frances will be holding a Pancake Supper on Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 25 at the church in Fort Frances. The public is invited to attend. Admission is by donation to the Mission and Service Fund of the church. The supper will take place from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The church would love to see you there.
The Emo Legion Branch 99 will be hosting “Country Rewind.” It's an evening of performed singing and playing instruments.
This Karaoke style event has several performers from the district and also some travelling from Atikokan to perform.
Riverside Health Care received special recognition this week for its commitment to providing quality, innovative health care across the Rainy River District. Accreditation Canada awarded Riverside its highest honour “Accreditation with Exemplary Standing” for the period 2019-2023. Riverside met 98.7 percent of the 2,018 standards set out by Accreditation Canada.
It was a night for fun and food, but those attending the Alzheimer Society's “Forget Me Not” dinner on Saturday night also had the opportunity to learn about some of the changes that have come to Rainycrest over the past while.
It's time to pick your favourite poem, prose or piece of music and practice, practice, practice.
The Rainy River District Festival of the Performing Arts has officially opened registration for the 2020 season.