Canada Day will be quiet in Rainy River this year.
Sturgeon Creek Alternative program held their annual graduation at Sturgeon Creek School before a packed house.
The June meeting of the Morson Women’s Institute was held at Buena Vista Resort with 10 members in attendance.
Director, Forests Program
CPAWS - Wildlands League
The impending wood supply shortage in Northwestern Ontario made headlines this week with the release of MNR’s new wood supply strategy.
It was an evening that will forever be a milestone in their lives.
Former Thunder Bay mayor Ken Boshcoff will represent the constituents of Thunder Bay-Rainy River as part of the Liberal minority government. He won the riding with about 40% of the vote.
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.
The Rainy River Public Library is fired up for summer reading.
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.
There is a little taste of Italy in Morson!