The Borderland Community Orchestra will spread holiday cheer through music this Sunday (Dec. 2) starting at 2 p.m. at the Backus Community Center in International Falls.
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T'was a month before the holidays with shoppers about. This also meant that, unfortunately, criminals were out!
There are a number of ways to ensure your purchases make it to the right person and do not end up stolen.
The OPP is encouraging citizens to “Lock It or Lose It.”
The Rainy River District School Board recently participated in an array of anti-bullying and inclusion activities for Ontario Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week (Nov. 18-24).
Students at Crossroads School in Devlin kicked off the week last Monday by holding an assembly with the message that “kindness is cooler.”
The Rainy River School Board's new student trustee sat down with a group of fellow students earlier this month to discuss their input for the province's education consultation.
According to the organizers and everyone who attended, the Church of the Holy Spirit's first-ever “Coffee House” on Friday evening was a total success.
The interior of the building magically was transformed into a welcoming space, complete with small tables, “coffee bean candle” centerpieces, and the soft glow of colourful Christmas lights.
With transport drivers in increasingly high demand, Confederation College has partnered with the Northern Academy of Transportation Training (NATT) to launch a new AZ truck driver program in Northwestern Ontario.
It has been developed in direct response to the growing need for qualified drivers both in the region and across Canada.
On Nov. 19, members of the Rainy River District OPP and the Community Street Crime Unit started an investigation into the trafficking of crystal methamphetamine in Rainy River District.
At 6:55 p.m., members of the Atikokan OPP conducted a vehicle stop. Two male occupants were located in the vehicle and subsequently arrested.
The local Legion Ladies' Auxiliary met on Nov. 14, with 32 members in attendance.
The charter was draped in memory of Gloria Bergner.
An election of officers for 2019 was held, with Alfreda Easton to be president, Leslie as first vice, Christina McDougall as second vice, and Josie Miller as treasurer.
Members of the Rainy River District OPP had requested the public's assistance in solving five break-and-enters that occurred on the Red Wing Road in the Morson area over the past week.
Unknown culprit(s) entered the residences and stole numerous items, including alcohol, a generator, a television, and a number of firearms.
This season, “Rhythmic Circus” comes to the Backus stage in International Falls with its trademark blend of live music and tap dance as you've never seen before.
Don't miss out on this wildly-imaginative, “not-so-silent night” the whole family can celebrate together.