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The Ministry of Natural Resources has some numbers to back up what people have been saying.Black bears are real nuisance across much of the province.Phone calls to the Bear Wise hotline, requiring a...

Post date: September 02, 2009

A group of residents are staging a protest outside the band office of Naicatchewin First Nation north of Devlin.They began their protest this morning.A spokesperson for the group says their seeking...

Post date: September 02, 2009

A Fort Frances florist is hoping to spread a little goodwill and friendship through the borderland.Fort Floral will be giving away a dozen roses to every person that visits the store next Wednesday....

Post date: September 02, 2009

There's been a reduction of air service at the International Falls AirportDelta Airlines, which services the airport through its Northwest Airlines affiliate, eliminated its early morning run to...

Post date: September 02, 2009

It's the start of a new school year in the Rainy River district.Classes at both public and catholic schools resume today.Education Director for the Rainy River District School Board Jack McMaster...

Post date: September 01, 2009

With the start of classes means the return of the big yellow buses back to area roads and streets.OPP Constable Anne McCoy says it's important motorists take extra precautions when approaching or...

Post date: September 01, 2009

Trustees with the Rainy River District School Board will also return today from their summer recess.They'll meet at the board office in Fort Frances beginning at 7 p.m.On their agenda will be the...

Post date: September 01, 2009

The Ontario Hospital Association has reached a tentative deal with hospital employees represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees.The province-wide deal impacts workers at 54 hospitals,...

Post date: September 01, 2009

The Ontario Hospital Association has reached a tentative deal with hospital employees represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees. The province-wide deal impacts workers at 54 hospitals,...

Post date: September 01, 2009

More Ministry of Natural Resources personnel is being sent to help with forest firefighting efforts in British Columbia.Seventy-eight fireRangers and support staff arrived in B.C. yesterday with more...

Post date: September 01, 2009

Plans to review the system how the province sells and allocates wood to companies is not sitting well with Kenora-Rainy River MPP Howard Hampton.A series of public consultations kicks off later this...

Post date: September 01, 2009

The Fort Frances Sabres officially kick of their season ticket drive today.Tickets will be available at the Memorial Sports Centre from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. tonight.Team officials...

Post date: September 01, 2009

The reopening of the Portage Avenue underpass is happening a little sooner than planned.The roadway in Fort Frances was scheduled to reopen to one lane of traffic Thursday, but officials with the...

Post date: September 01, 2009

The Assembly of First Nations is weighing into the ongoing dispute between Kitchennuhmaykoosib Inninwug First Nation and the exploration company Platinex.National Chief Shawn Atleo is urging the...

Post date: September 01, 2009

Crews with the Fort Frances Power Corporation expect to be resume their work at the corner of Portage Avenue and Second Street today to replace a hydro pole damaged last Friday.Motorists travelling...

Post date: August 31, 2009

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