Local News

Beaver searchers found alive

Jack Elliott
Rainy River
Centennial Committee

Trapper, Wayne McCarthy and Town Crier, Doug Giles have been found alive after a week-long ordeal lost in the upper reaches of the Miller‚s Creek watershed.


Visiting hours closed due to S.A.R.S. threat

Ken Johnston

If you have a loved one sick in the hospital they will likely not get to see you until they are better.


Stratton woman 2 inches shy of gold at nationals

Ken Johnston
Editor

Two teams with connections to Stratton competed in the national university curling championships two weekends ago and one of them nearly won it all!


Legion ladies converged on Rainy River last weekend

Ken Johnston

The Rainy River Legion Ladies Auxiliary played host to 72 members of auxiliaries over the weekend when the District 7 annual meeting was held in Rainy River.


Hunters could have a shot at two deer tags in 2004

Ken Johnston

The limit on deer may be increased for the Rainy River area in the future, but when that might happen will depend on how quickly the Ministry of Natural Resources can make some changes to the rules governing the hunt.


Hunters could have a shot at two deer tags in 2004

Ken Johnston
Editor

The limit on deer may be increased for the Rainy River area in the future, but when that might happen will depend on how quickly the Ministry of Natural Resources can make some changes to the rules governing the hunt.


Stratton students to participate in YMCA youth exchange

Milt Guba

Thirty students and five adults from Our Lady of the Way school will be taking part in a YMCA Youth Exchange Canada Program.


Frost seeding an economical way of improving pastures

Gary Sliworsky
Ag. Rep.

Frost seeding is a very economical method of improving pastures and hayfields in the spring.


Seminar on competing in the Big Box marketplace to be offered in Fort Frances

Ken Johnston

Two guest speakers addressed the Rainy River and District Chamber of Commerce at its Annual General Meeting March 22, 2003.


Kenora-Rainy River riding axed

Ken Johnston

After decades of being joined at the hip with Kenora, the west Rainy River District will soon be paired up with Thunder Bay if the proposed new electoral boundaries are adopted.


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