I sometimes wonder what exactly is my job. My father used to say “that anything that happens or doesn’t happen is the responsibility of the publisher.” Those words have given me pause to think about the paper and its various divisions.
There is a little less beef in the restrictions placed on the Canadian side of the border since the December discovery of a cow with Mad Cow Disease in the US.
People crossing the border into Canada can now bring back up to 5 kilograms (10 pounds) of beef from the United States as long as it is for personal use.
It was a moment that they have been waiting for since late November.
Next Tuesday is Family Literacy Day in Canada and groups all across the country, including the Canadian Community Newpaper Association, of which the Record is a member, are getting involved in.
Rainy River Centennial Committee
Oh that chocolate cake Grandma used to serve on Sunday afternoon. Or how
about that big pot of baked beans Dad used to make up to take on those
Sometimes the best-planned weeks appear to come unglued. I think that this is the case this week.
Stories about genetically modified (GM) plants pop up in the news quite often. Exactly what is genetic modification? Following are some facts about genetically modified organisms.
Two ladies from Stratton are one step away from the Scott Tournament of hearts after they finished second at the District Playdowns over the weekend.
The new riding boundaries have not been formally drawn yet, but one man is already standing at the gate eager to run for M.P. of Rainy River-Thunder Bay riding.
The first Lake of the Woods Council meeting of 2004 was held on Jan. 6th at the Bergland Council chambers with councillors Colleen Fadden, Ernie McCormack, Bill Lundgren, Alfred Gate, Mayor Pizey, Clerk- Treasurer Pat Giles and Road Supt.