RR Centennial Committee
Wasn’t that a party! Seems to be a sentiment shared by all who participated in Rainy River’s Centennial year.
In response to the federal government’s declaration of 2005 as the Year of the Veteran, The War Amps is planning to be ‘first off the mark’ with a music video now under production.
This past summer was a busy time for the recreation board and staff with our centennial celebrations, the walleye tournament, Railroad Daze and the Labour Day Tournament.
The McGuinty government is protecting the health of all Ontarians by introducing legislation that would prohibit smoking in all workplaces and enclosed public places in the province, Health and Long-Term Care Minister George Smitherman announced today.
Story and photos by Ken Johnston
There is a little town within our big town. It is a place where life is carefree and there are no taxes. Its name is Snowflake Village and it is located at Susie and Jim Armstrong’s Third St residence.
Despite the power going off early on, Rainy River town council had a busy session Monday night.
Although we didn’t have a regular meeting in December, it doesn’t mean we weren’t very busy with the many projects we had going.
Our members were involved in work parties, making perogies, cabbage rolls, Christmas puddings, and crafts.
This is by far the largest of the woodpeckers of Northern Ontario, and certainly the most impressive. As big as a crow, black with white lines on face and neck, and with a flaming red crest, this is a bird which cannot go unnoticed, even by the most casual passer-by.