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Hunting licence issuer fined $500

An Ignace hunting licence issuer has been fined $500 for failing to comply with licence-issuing procedures.


WST to present “The Boys Next Door”

Julie Jones

The Warroad Summer Theatre Company proudly presents, “The Boys Next Door”, a comedy with a splash of drama, as dinner theatre on March 20-23, 2003.


4–H honours the cream of its crop

Ken Johnston

4–H in Canada turns 90 this year and at least one of the awards at the annual Rainy River District 4–H Association Awards banquet, held last Friday in Stratton, dates back more than 30 of them.


War Amps to begin mailing out new key tags

As its popular key tags go out to Ontario residents starting this week, The War Amps is inviting the public to become part of the picture by supporting its many programs and services for amputees.


Farm Credit Canada launches new safety initiative

Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has launched a new project to help improve safety on farm-related worksites across the country.


Seventeen citizens awarded Queen’s Jubilee Medals

Fort Frances - Kenora - Rainy River MPP Howard Hampton is pleased to announce the successful nomination of seventeen constituents to receive the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal


Con. College and Lakehead U. get $11.4 million for training initiatives

Major new training and academic initiatives at Thunder Bay’s Confederation College and Lakehead University


Legion Chat: Chipper Bourre takes district cribbage title

Linda Johnston

As usual there is lots going on at Branch #54. Many Comrades are in to visit with friends and acquaintances.


Hampton charged up for spring election

Ken Johnston

Kenora-Rainy River Member of Provincial Parliament and leader of the New Democratic Party, Howard Hampton started campaigning for a spring election in Rainy River Friday.


Rainy River curling club undergoes major renovations

Ken Johnston

If you haven’t been to the Rainy River Curling Club lately you will be in for a surprise the next time you visit.


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