About 50 people gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the Rainy River First Nations Solar Farm near Pinewood last Thursday! After speeches the ribbon was officially cut by RRFN Chief Jim Leonard in front of thousands of solar panels! From l. to r., Destiny Sadewasser, Pat Madigan-Terrma Capital Company, Matt O’Brien-Connor-Clark and Lunn, Grand Chief Warren White, RRFN Chief Jim Leonard, Dean Wilson RRFN Mgr., Matt Soprovich-Rep. Sarah Campbell, MPP, Mike Pentsone-VP Network Development & Regional Planning-HydroOne and Emma Wilson.
The Rainy River-Lake of the Woods Just for Kix dancers put on a spectacular Spring show recently to wind up their year. From l. to r., Wee Kix dancers, Miigwan Tom, Alexis Dawson, Alyce Lebrasseur, Hannah Fish, Bailey Husbands, Kayman Sonstegard and Kennedy Mosher.
Traffic on the Rainy River-Baudette International Bridge saw delays last Wednesday when this truck's load hit the bridge causing some damage to the super-structure. Delays were limited to one lane for about an hour while the situation was resolved.
–Ken Johnston photo
Owl Theatre entertained crowds last Thursday and Friday with their production of Arsenic and Old Lace. It can be clearly seen here how intense the actors were with Mortimer (Jeff Marchuk) looking lovingly into Elaine's (Abbie Pearson) eyes while Abby (Emily O'Connor) and Martha (Taylor Armstrong) look on.
RRHS senior, Hayley Arpin, left, won a gold medal in girls singles last Thursday's NWOSSAAs in Thunder Bay. Next stop All Ontarios! She is seen here with her coach, and father, Guy Arpin.