The Emo Station Fire and Emergency Service responded to a structure fire at 5:50 p.m. on Sunday May 24th. This was at a residential property in Emo Township. Chapple South and Lavallee Station responded immediately as well as a 3rd alarm incident level on activation due to reports of people trapped.
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The COVID-19 pandemic causes another cancellation. This time it's the Rainy River Valley Agricultural Fall Fair. The Board of Directors announced last week that it was with much sadness this decision was made. They did feel it was the right decision for the safety of all people that would be attending.
Sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Don Meyers. He was a respected, dedicated man to family, friends and his community. He will be greatly missed by many.
The Emo Express hockey board has chosen to cancel the annual hockey banquet all together. This is due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The board realizes everyone will miss the banquet and look forward to the event next year.
2019/2020 was a great season of hockey.
The awards for the year go to the following players:
The Tony Bliss Award
April 9 will always be a special day for John Fuhrer and his family, including wife Maria and children Mathew, Jennifer and Simon. It marks the day John became proud owner of the former Ken's Central Service.
Several local rural businesses are continuing to practice safety procedures regarding the Covid 19 Virus.
DevLynn's continues to allow only four customers in the store at a time
The Alberton, Chappell, Emo And LaVallee Fire Departments are offering a service to brighten the day of a child's birthday.
All four departments are offering an “outside the box” idea for a child's party.
Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Emo Walleye Classic has been cancelled for 2020. This was a hard decision for for the organization to make but the welfare and safety of the community is more important. The organizers would like to thank all the teams that had already signed up.
Hats off to many local businesses for practicing safe precautions with COVID-19.
Last week Devlin's made a sign available for all customers stating “if you are not well please DO NOT ENTER!”
If you see more then a few vehicles out front, wait a few minutes to allow people their social distance. Stay safe!
On April 1, Dr. Phillip Whatley will officially hang up his stethoscope and retire, after 41 years of dedication and compassion.