After much anticipation, the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is happy to announce the arrival of its latest recording, “Into the Wonder.”
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Christmas is the season for giving and thinking of others, so why not help replenish area food banks this Saturday?
The eighth-annual “Stuff-A-Cruiser” campaign will be held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Safeway, The Place, and Walmart here, Cloverleaf Grocery in Emo, and Beaver Mills Market in Rainy River.
The Mino Ayaa Ta Win Healing Centre, the new mental health and addictions wellness centre run by the Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services, is now ready to serve the community.
The OPP North West Region would like to thank outgoing Chief Superintendent Mark Pritchard for all his hard work, and congratulate Superintendent Dave Lucas in his promotion to chief superintendent and new commander of the region, effective Dec. 1.
In July, Mill Street & Co. announced that its subsidiary, the Fastway Group, had entered into a purchase agreement to acquire the business operations of North American Lumber.
This transaction was not able to be completed.
The third intake period for the Sustainable New Agri-Food Products & Productivity (SNAPP) funding program is open as of Dec. 1, with applications being accepted until Feb. 28.
SNAPP supports Northern Ontario agriculture and food producers, businesses, collaborations, communities, and First Nations by providing funding for projects involved in local food production.
“Rainy River Valley Beginnings” may end up under quite a few Christmas trees this year.
The highly-anticipated book focusing on the pioneer photography of William Hampden Tener received an enthusiastic response during its launch Thursday evening at the Fort Frances Museum.
Members of the Kenora OPP, with the assistance of Technical Traffic Collision Investigators and the OPP's Highway Safety Division, continue to investigate a fatal motor-vehicle collision that occurred Sunday afternoon on Highway 17.
Just before 3:30 p.m., the Kenora OPP was notified of a collision at Lindsay Road, west of Kenora.
Mine Centre School will receive the Rainy River District School Board's monthly recognition of excellence tonight for its “You're the Chef” program.
In a report to the board from principal Barbe Dennis, she explains the program aims to boost the fruit and vegetable intake of students while teaching lifelong cooking skills.
Participation is picking up for the 2017 “Community Christmas Parade,” which is set to go this Saturday (Dec. 2) along Scott Street.
As of yesterday afternoon, a total of 15 floats (not counting emergency services' vehicles or Santa's sleigh) are lined up to take part, parade co-ordinator Scott Krienke-Turvey told the Times.