• Great winter fun!

    On Thursday, January 28th, Our Lady of the Way students headed to Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre for a day of skiing and snowshoeing. After a fresh snowfall, the trails were amazing and the students had a fantastic time.

    Great winter fun!
  • Alzheimer dinner a success!

    A packed house at the 11th Annual Alzheimer dinner in Rainy River on Saturday raised the Kenora-Rainy River Alzheimer Society about $3,240! Many enjoyed food and won prizes including Rose Hanson, left and Gary Gamsby who won two of the Chairs for Charity! The Rainy River Red Hat Society ran this year's event at the RR Legion.

    Alzheimer dinner a success!
  • Family donates to church

    The Kaliska family donated a crocheted picture of The Last Supper to the Rainy River Knox United Church on Sunday. Fr. l. to r., Rev. Frances Flook, Bob Bernie, Ella Bernie, Mark Paldio, Dana Kaliska, Lu Kaliska and Larry Armstrong, Chair of Church Board. Missing from photo is Joe Kaliska. The picture was created by Joe and Ella's mom.

    Family donates to church
  • Alzheimer's Month

    Mary O'Connor, local employee of the Kenora-Rainy River Alzheimer Society, left, and upcoming Linda Johnston Memorial Dinner Chair Deb Wagner, center, presented RR Mayor Deb Ewald with the Alzheimer Society flag to be put on display at the Town office during January which is Alzheimer's Awareness Month.

    Alzheimer's Month
  • Greetings!

    Rainy River Town Councillor Ashley Stamler modelled the new Beaver Mascot costume the Town recently purchased to be used for special events such as parades, etc.

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