The annual Emo Lenten Lunch worship series will be hosted by Emo Knox United Church every Wednesday from March 11-April 1. Come and enjoy a short worship service followed by a soup and sandwich lunch. All are welcome!
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(DRYDEN, ON) - On Monday Feb. 24, 2020 at approximately 4:14 p.m. members of the Dryden Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to an airplane crash at the Dryden Regional Airport.
Dryden officers were assisted by the Dryden Fire Department (DFD) and North West Emergency Medical Service (EMS).
Life is slowly getting back to normal for residents of Emo, after a CN train carrying crude oil crashed and leaked near the town.
At approximately 8:30 p.m. Feb. 18, a CN train derailed near Emo, at Highway 602, south of the Trans Canada Highway.
INTERNATIONAL FALLS—Voyageurs National Park Association (VNPA), in partnership with the National Park Service and the University of Minnesota - Duluth, will host a free dark sky program on Feb. 27. The program will be offered twice and registration is required.
(KENORA, ON) Members of the Kenora Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU) and the Organized Crime and Enforcement Bureau (OCEB) have made an arrest as a result of an investigation.
The 38th annual Nestor Falls Winter Carnival is almost here. The family friendly carnival will be held Friday, March 6 to Sunday March 8, with a full weekend of events planned.
3-6 p.m. Free children's games at the Nestor Falls Public School Skating Rink. Dogsled rides, games, glow skating, prizes and snacks. Parental supervision required.
Local police officers have been busy apprehending impaired drivers over the past two weeks.
The Emo Hospital Auxiliary will be holding their annual Shamrock Tea and Bake Sale on Friday, March 13 in the Emo Hospital Cafeteria from 1 - 3 p.m. Admission to the tea will be $5 and will support the work and projects of the Auxiliary in the Emo Hospital. Come for some tea, coffee and refreshments and spend some time with friends.
Several Prides of Lions were spotted prowling Rainy River on Friday, Feb. 7. The frigid temperatures soon had some four dozen seeking shelter in the meeting hall of the Royal Canadian Legion, Br 54. The occasion was the Charter Celebration of the Rainy River-Baudette Border Lions Club.
It was a full house at the Ethnic Supper at Our Lady of the Good Counsel in Rainy River, Sunday night, Feb. 16. Hosted by the Fr. Florentin Council of the Knights of Columbus, Grand Knight Dave Sharp of Stratton MC'd the event.