Local News

RRHS Mixed curlers win gold!

By Joey Payeur FF Times Rainy River High School's Curling teams had "Mixed" results at the NORWOSSA curling finals at the Fort Frances Curling Club on Feb. 8-9.

OLWS NEWS: During Lent we will embark on a project of giving

By Nicole Robinson OLWS The first week of February was marked by JK/SK Registration Week at Our Lady of the Way School.

RR Library helping the province see return on investment

By Ken Johnston Editor Rainy River Public Library is one of a handful of libraries in Northern Ontario helping to study a Return Of Investment for the provincial government.

Council dealt with many money matters Monday

By Ken Johnston Editor Town council held its regular monthly meeting Monday and most of it dealt with money. The biggest item on the agenda, money wise, was the passing of an interim tax bylaw.

Risk from Zika virus said to be low here

News Release January 29, 2016–Today, Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long Term Care and Dr.

Collision on LoW results in DUI charge

News Release OPP Members of the Kenora Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) with the assistance of the Marine and Trails Unit (MTU) have charged a Kenora man following a motor vehicle

Fort mill fined $150,000

News Release FORT FRANCES, ON - Resolute FP Canada Inc., operator of a paper mill, pleaded guilty and has been fined $150,000 after a worker was burned following an explosion of wood dust.

Cattle inspection station taken out of service at RR border

By Ken Johnston Editor The Rainy River Cattlemen’s Association held their Annual General Meeting in Stratton last Thursday at Our Lady of the Way School.

RR Fix it Club starts building its membership

By Ken Johnston Editor Rainy River now has it’s own “Fix it Club!” Thanks to space donated by the Town of Rainy River in its Public Works/Fire Hall building, a club recently formed.

Local cattlemen oppose national check-off increase

By Ken Johnston Editor At their Annual General Meeting last Thursday, members of the Rainy River Cattlemen’s expressed their opposition to a proposal to raise Check-off fees on sold cattle.

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