Local News

River still rising: Town praying for no more rain

By Ken Johnston
Editor

Rainy River remains in a state of emergency as the Rainy River continues to rise.


Town of Rainy River Declares State of Emergency as water levels rise

By Ken Johnston
Editor

The Town of Rainy River declared a state of emergency at 3:35 p.m. Friday the 13th of June, 2014.


MNR isssues flood watch for area

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BULLETIN
Ministry of Natural Resources
Flood Warning
Fort Frances District
NEWS
Thursday, June 12, 2014
12:00 am


Rain and wind will cause higher water levels

June 12, 2014


Breaking News: Hwy. 11 washed out east of Emo

WASHOUT – HIGHWAY 11 NEAR VAN DRUNEN ROAD


Riverview hosts district track meets

Thursday, June 5th, 2014.
Intermediate track and field results for the west end of the district.


RR Pumpkin Festival to make a comeback!

By Ken Johnston
Editor

The return of the Great Pumpkin is afoot in Rainy River!


Town hires summer help

Rainy River Town Council held its regular monthly meeting Monday evening, with a fairly light agenda.


New border initiative to have ramifications for frequent visitors

By Ken Johnston
Editor

Life in a border town will soon be changing for many many people.


RR Relay for Life raises $39,160!

By Ken Johnston
Editor

While the numbers are down a bit from last year, organizers of Relay for Life in Rainy River are very happy to say the event raised $39,160 to fight cancer!


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