With bird hunting season now in full swing here, hunters will be frequenting area back roads as part of their search for game like partridge.
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Although the school year is well underway, local Catholic school board trustees were told at their regular meeting here Saturday that many unknowns remain in the education system.
Pegeen Keffer, Adriana Schulz, Kerri Tolen, and Dorothy Wiersema are no strangers to the local board of education system but they’re all new to Donald Young School in Emo this year.
Schulz and Tolen, who came over to DYS from Nestor Falls, will be teaching grade four/five and seven/eight respectively this year, while Wiersema, who came from Sturgeon Creek, is a special ed assistant.
Glyphosate, better known as “Roundup,” is one of the most common weed killers used in Rainy River District. But a report by an American-based group is raising doubts about the safety of this herbicide.
A report printed in “Nature Alert,” by the Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, contended:
The “Great Escape” is coming soon to Emo residents as part of Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 4-10).
It is a concerted effort to get citizens across North America actively involved in fire safety, especially the importance of having an escape route from their home.
There’s an old joke that goes, “You can tell if someone’s a farmer or not because they are the ones who are out standing (outstanding) in their fields.”
But you could take that joke literally during the Emo Research Station’s pasture tour last Saturday.
About 30 people made their way to the Lowey farm on Highway 602 last Friday for an industrial hemp demonstration—and they seemed to like what they saw.
Blair Lowey, along with University of Guelph researcher Gordon Scheifele, who is supervising hemp test plots across Northern Ontario, held a field day at the five-acre plot just west of town.
Our Lady of the Lake Church in Morson recently was granted permission by the Diocese of Thunder Bay to build what its members have been waiting more than five years for—a new church building.
The parish has been planning to replace the present deteriorating building, located along Highway 621, for some time now.
Prices were good and numbers were high Saturday, leaving organizers very happy with the results from the annual yearling sale at the Stratton sales yard.
More than 1,000 head of cattle went through the auction ring in front of a full buyers’ row. Many of the yearlings were trading in the mid-90¢/lb range, with heifers fetching more than $1/lb.
What began as a little boy chasing a frog on the beach ended up in a primitive keepsake for his dad.
Two weeks ago, four-year-old Jesse Cameron found what his father, Don, believes was an ancient arrowhead lying in shallow water along the shore of Lake of the Woods near Nestor Falls during a break from fishing.