Local News

Borderland Community Orchestra to perform for free in Baudette

The Borderland Community Orchestra is presenting a concert on May 2, at the Lake of the Woods School Auditorium.

MoT says no move planned

Ken Johnston

The suggestion that Ontario Travel Information building will be moved back to its original location at the international bridge is being denied by both the Ministry of Tourism (MoT) and the Ontario Realty Corporation (ORC).

Rail traffic to be halted several times for bridge construction

Ken Johnston

Work is proceeding on schedule on the new Canadian National Railway bridge at Rainy River.

Second annual Walk for Memories to be held in Rainy River and Emo

Ken Johnston

Do not forget to mark your calendar for May 15, 2004. That is when the Second Annual Alzheimer Walk for Memories will be held in Rainy River.

Over 1,400 head sold at Stratton cattle sale

Ken Johnston

Prices went as high as $1.24/lb. last Saturday at the first Stratton cattle sale of the year.

RR Hotel gets tax rebate for being vacant

Ken Johnston

Rainy River Town Council approved the an application for a rebate on taxes for the Rainy River Hotel last Tuesday evening at their regular monthly meeting.

Perennial Gardening seminar attracts many area residents

Laurel Desrosier
Forest Women’s Institute

Forest Women’s Institute held the annual meeting on April thirteenth at the Seniors Centre. Peggy opened the meeting and Eleanor read The Mary Stewart Collect.
Thirteen members paid their annual dues.

Quilters stitch together a busy spring

Ruth Lee

The Ladyslipper Quilters Quilt Guild met on Monday evening, April 5, at the Brink Center in Baudette with 23 members attending.

LoW youth hockey players net awards

Ken Johnston

About 400 parents and kids were on hand last Monday evening at the Rainy River Community Centre.

LoW council gives itself a raise

Ruth Brett

The regular meeting of the Lake of the Woods Township Council was held on April 6th at Bergland with Mayor Pizey.

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