Local News

Rainy River centennial featured on postage stamps

Ken Johnston

Want to send a post card home from the centennial? Well the Rainy River Post Office has a unique stamp just for the job!


Ready to roll

Ken Johnston

He is as calm as before the storm as he can be.


Morson ladies start Red Hat Society for fun

Ken Johnston

If you haven’t heard of them you have likely seen them.


Quilters to meet Monday

Ruth Lee

The Ladyslipper Quilters Quilt Guild met on Monday evening, July 12, at the Brink Center in Baudette.


It is party time!

Ken Johnston

The town is beautified, the big tent will soon be up and all that is left to do is party!


Doris, 92, and Clinton Park, 100, reflect on their lives in Rainy River

Ken Johnston
Editor

From horse and buggy to space travel. Clinton and Doris Park of Rainy River have seen it all in his 100 and her 92 years of living.


CN Hotel still doing the same business it was 100 years ago

Ken Johnston
Editor

For about 100 years the Canadian Northern Hotel has been a landmark fixture on Rainy River’s Skyline.


Local churches all more than 100 years old

Ken Johnston
Editor

Rainy River’s history would not be complete without looking at some of the historic churches in the community.


Happy 100th Birthday

Traffic on the Rainy River is recorded as early as 1688 or 1689 by Jacques de Noyon, a native of Trois Rivieres.


CIBC turned 100 in 2003

Ken Johnston
Editor

As Rainy River’s celebrates its centennial , a number of its pillars also have reached or will be reaching that milestone and CIBC is one of them.


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