Local News

Calves round up strong prices in Stratton

Ken Johnston

“It was a perfect sale!” That was the best way Rainy River Cattlemen’s Association President Tom Morrish could describe their calf sale over the weekend.

Pinewood Senator, Ron Duhamel, passes away

Ken Johnston

Last Monday the district was saddened to learn that one of its own, Senator Ron Duhamel, passed away at the age of 63.

RRHS biology class create cells

Valkyrie Clark
Student Reporter

Last Monday, the grade eleven biology class at RRHS entered the world of microbiology creating animal cells using jello and other household products.

Kakabeka monster tips scales at 729 pounds

Ken Johston

While the number of entries continues to taper off, the size of the pumpkins seem to be getting bigger across the board.

Voyageur Panel recognized for its safe workplace

Ken Johnston

Mike Lowes is pretty proud of the honour bestowed upon Voyageur Panel on the Ontario Forestry Safe Workplace Association.

Davidson continues to blaze trail to victory at cross-country meets

Coach Sariina Kalli

Northland-Deer River Invitational, Tuesday, September 24, 2002

Credit union merges with Thunder Bay CU

Mike Eliuk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Northern Lights Credit Union, and Steven Harasen, President of the Board of Directors of Great Lakes Community Credit Union, announced that the Board of Directors of Northern Lights Credit Union and the Board of Directors of Great Lakes Community Credit Union have approved and signed an agreement to amalgamate the two Credit Unions.

Owls starting season with strong team showings

Valkyrie Clark
Coop Student

The Rainy River High School (RRHS), has four sports teams this semester. The teams are Junior Boys and Senior Boys volleyball, Junior Girls and Senior Girls basketball.

Fastball honoured its best Saturday night

The Rainy River District Fastball League named its top players for the 2002 season at a windup in Berglnd Saturday night.

Record to host 8th Annual Alzheimer Coffee Break this Friday

Ken Johnston

This Friday the Rainy River Record will be hosting its 8th Annual Alzheimer’s Coffee Break.

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