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Correction

One name was accidentally omitted from a story in last week's Times about the Fine Line Art Gallery having relocated to 326 Scott St.

Diana Kangas should have been included in the list of current Fine Line co-op members.

The Times apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Corrections

A caption on the front page photo of Thursday's Bulletin incorrectly identified business owner Jon Barker as David Barker.

The Times apologizes for any inconvenience or disappointment this may have caused.

Bus line moves to new HQ, keeps focus on safety

A community business has been hard at work preparing to get district students to school safe and sound, and they have a brand new facility to work out of this year.

First Student Bus Lines has just recently moved to their new location behind Fastenal on Sixth Street West, and operation supervisor Tracy Mose is excited for the improvements that came along with it.

Cannabis store to boost economic development for Couchiching FN

Soon residents across the Rainy River District won't be solely dependent on ordering cannabis online.

Couchiching was one of eight First Nations to receive a cannabis licence during a selection process that began on July 31 and a storefront is expected to open as early as the end of this year, or at the latest, summer of 2020.