• Budding artist

    Shantelle Davidson, 27, with roots in Rainy River, is hoping to make it big in the music industry. She just released her first professional album. Above is the photo, taken by RR photographer, Kim Chorney, used on her album cover.

    Budding artist
  • Rodeo comes to Rainy River!

    The Best Start Hub, Northwestern Health Unit, Ontario Provincial Police and Canadian Tire partnered to host a Bicycle Rodeo in Rainy River Friday morning. Twelve kids participated and learned bicycle safety, what equipment to wear and proper turn and stop signals. From left to right, Tori Wood, Joewell Cory, Brin Hagarty, Serenity Dobransky, Braxton Huziak, Kennedy Mosher and Tammer Quran on bicycles getting ready to travel the rodeo course set up by Constable Guy Beaudry, right, OPP summer student Tory Beaudry left and OPP summer student Claire Sandelovich (not pictured).

    Rodeo comes to Rainy River!
  • Home damaged by fire

    Dawson and Rainy River Fire Departments worked in tandem on Wednesday afternoon to save Al and Jane Mintenko's Little St. home. While they saved the structure, the home was heavily smoke and water damaged. The cause is believed to be electrical and started at the front of the house.

    Home damaged by fire
  • The Champs!

    Barry Lamoureux, left, and Deb Whetzel won the Men's and Women's titles respectively at this year's Rainy River Open Golf Tournament. It was held on Sunday at Oak Harbour Golf Course in Baudette.

    The Champs!
  • Lord Stanley's Cup visits area

    Stanley Cup Champ, and Chicago Blackhawks defenseman, Duncan Keith, brought the Stanley Cup back to Fort Frances this past Saturday, where he played much of his minor hockey.
    –Joey Payeur photo

    Lord Stanley's Cup visits area
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