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Students take part in K of C Free Throw Competition

By Nicole Robinson Students at Our Lady of the Way School participated in the annual Knight’s of Columbus Free Throw. The student’s did awesome and showed their skills at shooting baskets.

Sixth Street to get new sewer and water lines

By Ken Johnston Editor Residents living on Sixth Street in Rainy River will be the center of construction land this summer!

Fort Frances Farmers' Market to close

Submitted by Rick Neilson Clover Valley Farmers Market Closing - Selling Assets After more than 25 years of operating, Clover Valley Farmers Market is closing its doors and selling all assets inclu

Fix It Club on hold for now

By Ken Johnston Editor It seems Rainy River’s Fix It Club, needs a little fixing before it can get to work!

Owls off to All Ontario Volleyball!

By Aaron Short RRHS Sports After losing in the NorWOSSA finals to St. Thomas Aquinas Saints (TA), the Owls senior girls volleyball team still had something to look forward too, NWOSSA.

4–H doles out annual awards in Stratton

By Ken Johnston Editor The Rainy River District 4–H Association gathered in Stratton on Friday for their annual awards banquet. About 150 people were in attendance including special guests.

Missing man found on LoW

A 45 year old Manitoba man has been located safely after police were called about an overdue snow machine. On Tuesday February 16, 2016 around 6:00 pm...

Spring bear hunt expanded

News Release MNR Ontario is expanding the spring bear hunting pilot to gather further information to assess concerns voiced by northern communities about human-bear conflicts, and to support econom

Mayor Ewald to sit on water levels board

News Release IJC (February 16, 2016) The International Joint Commission (IJC) is pleased to announce the membership of the Rainy-Namakan Lakes Rule Curves Review Public Advisory Group (RCPAG).

Stratton students making blankets for sick children

By Nicole Robinson Students and staff at Our Lady of the Way school enjoyed a busy week of activities. Monday saw the students celebrating 100 days of school.

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