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Government moves closer to sharing border entry/exit info. with USA

News Release Fed. Govt. The Government of Canada remains committed to a strong, secure, and efficient border with the United States.


Warroad man fined $1,500 for overfishing

News Release MNR A Minnesota man has been fined for a fishing violation. Scott Edman, of Warroad, pleaded guilty and was fined $1,500 for catching and retaining more black crappie than permitted.


Eye Van to visit RR in July

News Release Are you experiencing problems with your vision? Do you have diabetes, glaucoma, macular degeneration or a family history of eye disease?


Jack Medwechuk named School Bus Driver of the Year!

News Release RRDSB At its June 7, 2016 Board Meeting held at the Education Centre in Fort Frances, the Rainy River District School Board honoured community partners, and the bus driver of the year,


RRHS honours its best!

By Ken Johnston Editor Due to job action by the public school board teachers, administrators Michelle Mosbeck and Jim Chorney had to take up the reins on the annual RRHS Academic/Athletic Awards as


Town buys a new grader

By Ken Johnston Editor Rainy River Town Council met Monday evening to conduct its regularly monthly business.


New RR school nixed by Min. of Ed.

By Ken Johnston Editor Plans to build a new consolidated school in Rainy River hit a brick wall last week.


Public school playgrounds to get enhancements

By Heather Latter Fort Frances Times School yards across the district will be seeing enhancements this summer thanks to the Playground Reinvestment Initiative that directly supports the well-being


Guatemala Day in Rainy River promotes a cause

By Ken Johnston Editor For the past decade volunteers from the Rainy River District have been travelling to Guatemala, South America, to help provide a better life for its impoverished citizens.


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