Over $90,000 from the Winnepeg-based Moffat Family Fund was distributed to 17 organizations and groups that work with children during last night's council meeting.
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The previously reported gastroenteritis outbreak in the Special Care Unit (SCU) at Rainycrest Long Term Care has extended to the east and west units of the home.
All social activities at Rainycrest have been cancelled until further notice.
Which local clubs and groups will be the fortunate recipients of funds to help out their community projects?
The public will find out this evening when town council announces and hands out cheques to the recipients of the Moffat Family Fund.
The Rainy Lake Gymnastics Academy ended up falling short in its goal to claim the Tbaytel for Good Community Fund.
The RLGA—the only local club in the competition—was one of five finalists vying for a $5,000 prize and was hoping to use the funds for assistance with start-up equipment costs to bring gymnastics back to Fort Frances and surrounding communities.
Fort Frances Legion Ladies Auxiliary to Branch 29 met on June 12, 2019 with 34 members in attendance.
Evening started with a delicious pot luck supper at 6 p.m. So many good cooks and bakers.
The 18th-annual “Relay for Life” is set to run this Saturday, and organizers have put together a busy day.
While the event doesn't officially begin until 2 p.m., teams will arrive at the Point beginning at 10 a.m. to start setting up their area, with team and survivor registration opening at 11 a.m.
For the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) and their staff, it's time again to make room in the trophy case.
Health educator Hailey Coleman who works out of the Rainy River office has just been awarded the Rainy River District School Board's (RRDSB) Community Partner of the Year.
There's a new chef in town.
La Place Rendez-Vous has welcomed Chef Joseph Roberts as their new executive chef.
The Red Seal chef is bringing more than 30 years of experience working in restaurants in southern Ontario, including Caesars Windsor, to the Vous.
“I did my apprenticeship at Georgian College,” Roberts said.
Three quarters of a century ago, over a thousand Canadians lost their lives battling along the beaches of Normandy, in addition to hundreds of thousands of Allied troops.
The Alzheimer Society of Kenora/Rainy River Districts hosted the annual IG Wealth Management “Walk for Alzheimer's” here on Saturday, raising awareness of the disease which affects more Canadians each year and funds to help those afflicted and their families.