By Joey Payeur
Fort Frances Times
It became clear Saturday that the name Gustafson was guaranteed to be on the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship trophy once again.
Treaty #3 residents performed their share of the workload admirably for Team Ontario at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games in Regina, which came to a close yesterday.
According to Roseau County Sheriff Steve Gust a Canadian National Train struck and killed a male pedestrian west of the city of Roosevelt on Thursday evening, July 17.
By Jack Elliott
A new ServiceOntario retail office is opening at 6002 Hwy. 11-71 in Emo on Monday, June 30, 2014. Hours of operation at the new retail office will be:
Sarah Campbell, MPP
Queen’s Park – Today in the Ontario Legislature, MPP Sarah Campbell pressed the Premier about disaster relief for flooding damage in Kenora-Rainy River.
By Ken Johnston
The 27th annual Rainy River Railroad Daze festival steams into town this Friday!
Rainy River town council held an ultra-light monthly meeting this past Monday evening.
While the meeting itself was only 10 minutes long, the Mayor had news that perked everyone's ears up!