Still in the playoff hunt.
Rainy River High School’s first playoff hopes of the sports season lie with the 8 and 3 Junior Boys volleyball team.
No more trick, just treats.
Rainy River Town Council held a special meeting last Friday in which they rescinded a motion they had passed earlier to move Halloween from October 31st to October 29th.
It started as a simple fender bender Monday morning, but it quickly became a major incident.
Graham Ducker, former resident of Rainy River (etc) and retired Principal/Teacher has written a book “Don’t Wake The Teacher!,” which deals mainly with the Morson Public School Kindergarten between 1971-l981.
October is Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month (CANPM) and across the district residents are being asked to wear a purple ribbon to raise awareness about the subject.
Present at the Sept. 7, LoW Twp. Council meeting were Mayor Pizey, Councillors Moen, Fadden, and Lundgren, Clerk - treasurer P. Giles, Road Supt. E. Pearson, and five visitors including John Miller who made a presentation regarding two matters. Firstly, he is requesting to purchase the road to the old Government dock at Taylor Bay. Secondly, he is wishing to set up a new retail complex in the Township and is requesting Council’s assistance and input. Mayor Pizey suggested that he needs a study done and that he work with the RRFDC in this matter.
LoW Women’s Institute
On September 8th, 7 members met at the home of Asta Westberg. At roll call, members noted some of the achievements of the Women’s Institute.
Deer hunters have been fairly quick to snap up extra hunting opportunities this fall.
Monday evening Rainy River town council kept with tradition of the past decade and decided to move trick-or-treating to October 29th this year, since Halloween falls on a Sunday.
Vicki Morrison Goble
If you hurry, you can still get tickets for The Disappearance of Death, Pequana Playhouse’s Halloween themed, interactive murder mystery.