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The Legion Ladies Auxiliary to Br. #29 met on Feb. 13, with 28 members in attendance.
The meeting was called to order at 7:05 p.m. by president Alfreda Easton, and the minutes of the Jan. 9 general meeting and the Feb. 6 executive meeting were read and approved.
The charter was draped in honour of two of our recently-departed members.
It was a Valentine's Day windfall for Stan Peterson of Sleeman, who won the $500 up for grabs on Feb. 14 in the Rainy River District Mutual Aid Association's weekly cash calendar draw.
The Northwestern Health Unit is launching its new “Health Equity Matters” campaign this month.
The purpose of the campaign is to highlight the root causes of poor health and empower people and communities to improve health equity in our region.
Health equity means that everyone has what they need to reach their best health.
A local man was killed in a snowmobile collision in northeastern Minnesota on Saturday.
The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office reported Sunday that Melvyn MacDonald, 35, of Fort Frances, crashed into a tree and died.
He was riding with a group on the Cook Area Snowmobile Trail near Buyck, roughly 50 miles (80 km) northwest of Ely.
On Feb. 7 around 7:05 p.m., the Red Lake OPP received a report of an animal attack from staff at the Red Lake Margaret-Cochenour Memorial Hospital in Red Lake.
A 38-year-old female had attended the hospital with wounds to her legs, indicating she had been attacked by a “large black dog-like animal.”
On Monday around 2:30 p.m., the Kenora OPP received a report of a three-vehicle collision at the junction of Highway 17 and Highway 596.
The driver of the passenger vehicle, who was the lone occupant, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The female driver was identified as Katherine Pidgursky, 38, of Buchanan, Sask.
Since opening 10 years ago, the not-for-profit abattoir located in Emo has faced challenges in receiving enough revenue to remain viable.
“The abattoir had to do something to increase revenue because we can't make it work on slaughter fees alone,” Rainy River District Regional Abattoir board member Kim Jo Bliss stressed.
During the early-morning hours of today, the Rainy River District OPP responded to a complaint in Fort Frances.
A motor vehicle was entered and items were taken.
Officers arrived within minutes and due to fresh snow, they located and arrested a 38-year-old Couchiching First Nation man, who currently is in custody facing numerous charges.
Join a Voyageurs National Park ranger for a two-hour guided snowshoe hike this Sunday.
Meet at the Rainy Lake Visitor Center at 2 p.m. (the precise location of the hike to be determined upon weather and ice conditions).
You can borrow a pair of snowshoes from the park or bring your own.