What an inspiration!
The young ladies pictured here definitely say a lot about today’s youth.
On their own they decided to do something to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. In total they raised over $300 Canadian for the cause selling Koolaid.
Next week the kids head back to school and fall officially starts... well at least in my line of work.
If someone took the calendar away and I had to tell what time of year it was just by the activities and the level of business going on, I probably could tell you.
How do you say goodbye to one of your best friends forever?
Last Tuesday I had to do just that.
My dog Odie (the black and white one) suffered a stroke two days earlier and did not recover.
Odie Johnston wagged his tail for the last time Tuesday, August 9, 2005 at the age of 72 (14 in human years). He was thought to have been born some time in early 1991.
Odie had a rough start to his life having been abandoned on the streets of International Falls, Minnesota around the age of six. He had been on the streets for some time and in the fall of 1997 he was found nearly dead. He was nursed back to health by a caring adopted mom, Cathy Imhoff, of Little Fork, MN.
I have to give council a pat on the back for hiring an animal control officer... and the new officer, one for getting out there and doing her job.
Sabine Drackert stopped me on the street late last week and said, “I have to ask you something.”
The heat is fine it is the darn humidity that gets to me.
I am not sure about you but I love the summer heat, but throw in a day with high humidity and I could find myself wanting for winter.
I am not sure who was having more fun at the Rec. Board’s annual slowpitch tournament finals Sunday evening.
The players of the two teams were having a pretty good time but so were the hecklers all of which worked very hard to get the goat of several well know players.
Those players, Don Gall, Kirk Wood and Jim Chorney really took the heckling well and even played it up for the crowd.
18 years ago the Chamber of Commerce launched an annual festival that would soon become the party of all parties in the region.
Rainy River Railroad Daze was held for the first time, on the third weekend in July of 1988. No one at the time knew just what to expect but it soon became an annual event that everyone looked forward, both here and from abroad.
What is an outhouse?
By traditional definition one would think it is a structure located over a hole in the ground that one uses to relieve themselves of number one and two.