Local News

Twelve graduate from Our Lady of the Way School

Milt Guba

Delightful sparkling lights hanging criss-cross from the ceiling at Our Lady of the Way School greatly charmed the gymnasium audience supported by parents and friends for the graduating class 2004.

Class of 2004 graduates from Riverview

Ken Johnston

About 100 people gathered in the gymnasium at Riverview Elementary School Friday to watch a dozen kids graduate from grade 8.

Forest Women’s Institute finalizing plans for centennial

Laurel Desrosier
Forest Women’s Institute

Forest Women’s Institute met on June 15 at the home of Gisela Mykytyn.

More deer tags for hunters this fall

Ken Johnston

Deer hunters and drivers will be happy with the news that the Ministry of Natural Resources has put new regulations in place to allow hunters in Northwestern Ontario to take as many as six deer this fall.

Morson resort hires chef from Rome

Ken Johnston

There is a little taste of Italy in Morson!

Ukrainian dancers to perform at centennial

Rainy River Centennial Committee

Dryden’s Zirka Dancers to perform at Rainy River Homecoming, Sunday, Aug 1
Rainy River’s Homecoming Celebration has so much going on you want to plan carefully to insure you take in your favourite activities.

Anglers net $7,235 in fines on Lake of the Woods

News Release
Ministry of Natural Resources

While most anglers stuck to the rules, Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) conservation officers still handed out $7,235 in fines during a three-day fishing enforcement blitz on Lake of the Woods.

Steel Magnolias hits the stage in Warroad

Julie Jones
Warroad Summer Theatre

Warroad Summer Theatre announces “Steel Magnolias” to be performed June 10-13 and 17-20, 2004.

Sturgeon Creek school wins junior track meet

Ken Johnston

With the Olympics only weeks away, it seemed only fitting that athletes from across the district converged on Riverview School last week to compete in two track and field meets.

MNDM looking for roomies

Ken Johnston

The Town of Rainy River could be getting some roommates in the not to distant future and it could save all taxpayers some money and possibly provide better services.

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