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Owls host NORWOSSA soccer but fail to advance

By Aaron Short RRHS Sports Reporter The Owls wrapped up their soccer season at NorWOSSA in Rainy River last Monday. Read more...

Detours begin June 1st just over the international bridge

News Release MN DOT Motorists on Highway 11 in Baudette will experience a detour beginning June 1 as this summer’s complex reconstruction project begins. The multipart project requires different staging and detours, and the stage one detour follows Lake of the Woods County Road 35. It is located one mile south of Highway 11 between Highway 72 and Third Ave SW. Read more...

It's Police Week in Ontario

By Duane Hicks Fort Frances Times In conjunction with 2016 Police Week, the Rainy River District OPP will be showcasing some of what it does at Canadian Tire on May 19 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Police Week started in 1970 and this year runs from May 15-21. Read more...

Soccer NORWOSSAs are here!

By Aarron Short RRHS Sports Reporter The Owls soccer teams closed out the regular season in Red Lake last Wednesday and Thursday. Read more...

May 21-27 is Safe Boating Week

News Release North American Safe Boating Awareness Week will take place across Canada from May 21st to May 27th, 2016. The purpose of this initiative, managed by the CSBC (Canadian Safe Boating Council) and its partners, is to promote safe and responsible boating practices to the 16 million Canadians who participate in recreational boating. Read more...

Preferred bridge design and alignment to be revealed next week

By Ken Johnston Editor The construction of a new international bridge will be one more step closer to reality next week. A public meeting will be held Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at the Rainy River Recreation Centre to show the public the preferred bridge design and alignment. Read more...

NWO declared a Restricted Fire Zone

News Release MNR The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has declared a Restricted Fire Zone in much of Northwestern Ontario to reduce the risk of human-caused wildfires. Read more...

Council donates $1,000 to help Fort McMurray

By Ken Johnston Editor Rainy River Town Council met for their regular monthly meeting Monday. Council conducted the following business: •Contributed $1,000 in relief for the residents of Fort McMurray in light of the recent wildfires there. Read more...

Arpin has winning record at All Ontarios

By Ken Johnston Editor Rainy River High School Senior Hayley Arpin did very well last week in North Bay at the 2016 Ofsaa Badminton Championships. Her ultimate goal was to medal in “B” Flight, but unfortunately came up just short. Read more...

Rainy River Trade Show is this Saturday!

By Ken Johnston Editor The annual Rainy River Trade Show is all set for this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be 26 booths full of information about businesses, organizations and product offerings such as food! Read more...

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