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A wet weekend for stock car racing.The Borderland Racing Association did not run its races at Emo Speedway.Weather also impacting racing elsewhere in Minnesota limiting action for local drivers who...

Post date: June 04, 2018

The Northwestern Health Unit continues to watch for ticks.Wood ticks and blacklegged ones are most common in our region.Manager of Environmental Health, Thomas Nabb says you can grab the head of a...

Post date: June 04, 2018

A burning wire has been identified as the cause of a brief power outage in the west end of the Rainy River district yesterday.About 700 Hydro One customers in the Morson, Big Island and Big Grassy...

Post date: June 04, 2018

The Fort Frances High School Medical Responders are still looking your vote. They're involved in the Tbaytel For Good Campaign. Coordinator John Beaton says they've been shortlisted...

Post date: June 04, 2018

In Ontario Votes 2018, there's mixed reactions to Kathleen Wynne's admission that she doesn't expect to be Premier after this Thursday's election. The PC candidate for Thunder...

Post date: June 03, 2018

Some No Name brand chicken burgers are being recalled by Loblaw Companies Limited over possible salmonella contamination.The recall affects one-kilogram packages with a best before date of Feb. 6,...

Post date: June 03, 2018

The Association of Municipalities of Ontario wants local residents to ask some tough questions of the candidates running in the upcoming provincial election. The lobby group's President Lynn...

Post date: June 02, 2018

 Kathleen Wynne doesn't feel she'll be Premier after the June 7th election. Speaking to reporters in Toronto, the Liberal leader says while she expects to lose the election, she...

Post date: June 02, 2018

On the heels of a US decision to impose tariffs on Canadian Steel, aluminium and other goods, one Dalhousie University Professor says the move is unfortunate, and the wrong way to participate in any...

Post date: June 01, 2018

With less than a week to go before the provincial election, Ontario's party leaders are making a final push for votes in northern Ontario.PC leader Doug Ford is in Thunder Bay this morning for...

Post date: June 01, 2018

The NDP is focusing on health care in northern Ontario today.The candidate for Kenora-Rainy River Glen Archer will be joined by the party's health critic France Gélinas this afternoon in Kenora....

Post date: June 01, 2018

An ownership change for a Fort Frances business.North American Lumber has been purchased by Dauphin, Manitoba-based McMunn and Yates.The official name change happens Monday.No job loss is expected by...

Post date: June 01, 2018

A first of its kind two-day summit on heart and stroke issues is wrapping up in Thunder Bay today.It's taking place at the Regional Health Science's Centre and the Victoria Inn. The...

Post date: June 01, 2018

A mental health initiative is lending a hand for Treaty Three Youth.It's a partnership between the Treaty Three Police and Kenora Chiefs Advisory Mental Health and Addictions Program.Mentor And...

Post date: June 01, 2018

Another school year has come to an end for students in International Falls.Officials now want to ensure they're happily fed during their summer break.In Minnesota, a federally-funded Summer Food...

Post date: June 01, 2018

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