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Mayor reflects on 2014 and looks toward a busy 2015

By Ken Johnston
Mayor Deb Ewald looked back at last year and to the year ahead last week.

Illegal bait lands angler $1,500 fine

News Release
Robert Bulik of Moorhead pleaded guilty and was fined $1,500 for importing live fish into Ontario for use as bait.

Search results in a seizure at RR border crossing

News Release

Legions get exemption from patio smoking ban

By Ken Johnston
As anti-smoking laws have gradually become tougher and tougher, it appears that Royal Canadian Legions have dodged the latest anti-smoking bullet.

Gold mine gets green light from Environment Canada

Canada's Environment Minister, the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, announced today that the proposed Rainy River Project, located in the Township of Chapple, Ontario, is not likely to cause significant adv

Council looks at options for safer drinking water

By Ken Johnston
Rainy River has had problems with higher than allowable Trihalomenthanes (THMs) in recent years.

Fatal snowmobile crash on Lake Despair

News Release

Twelve teams compete in annual Boxing Day spiel!

Submitted by
Debbie Armstrong
The boxing day bonspiel was a great success with 12 teams participating. Lots of family teams made it extra special?
Coming out on top of the A event was the

A Year in Review

By Ken Johnston
2014 was another busy year in and around Rainy River. Here are some of the highlights as reported in the Record.

21 species identified in winter bird count

By Michael Dawber
RR Library
An elusive Northern Goshawk was the star attraction on the Rainy River Library’s 2nd annual winter bird count.

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