Local News

Duo repeats as FFCBC champs

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By Joey Payeur
Fort Frances Times

It became clear Saturday that the name Gustafson was guaranteed to be on the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship trophy once again.


Locals bring home medals from North American Indigenous Games

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Treaty #3 residents performed their share of the workload admirably for Team Ontario at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games in Regina, which came to a close yesterday.


L/W County man dies after train accident

According to Roseau County Sheriff Steve Gust a Canadian National Train struck and killed a male pedestrian west of the city of Roosevelt on Thursday evening, July 17.


It was a great time at the Railroad Daze Fun Fly

By Jack Elliott


Portage blocked by bog, gun found on deck

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News Release
OPP


New ServiceOntario location in Emo

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News Release
Service Ontario

A new ServiceOntario retail office is opening at 6002 Hwy. 11-71 in Emo on Monday, June 30, 2014. Hours of operation at the new retail office will be:


Fort Frances gas station robbed

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News Release
OPP


MPP Campbell presses Premier for disaster relief

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News Release
Sarah Campbell, MPP

Queen’s Park – Today in the Ontario Legislature, MPP Sarah Campbell pressed the Premier about disaster relief for flooding damage in Kenora-Rainy River.


All aboard for Railroad Daze 27!

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By Ken Johnston
Editor

The 27th annual Rainy River Railroad Daze festival steams into town this Friday!


Premier Wynne calls RR Mayor about flood relief

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Rainy River town council held an ultra-light monthly meeting this past Monday evening.
While the meeting itself was only 10 minutes long, the Mayor had news that perked everyone's ears up!


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