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Women of the Moose donate to three area libraries

Linda Johnston

The Publicity Chapter Night meeting was opened on Thursday, July 12th by Senior Regent Nan Bonderson.

Brig McGreevy to sit on Riverside Foundation Board

At its Annual Meeting on Tuesday, July 10th, Riverside Foundation for Health Care welcomed John McTaggart and Rod McLeod to the Board. John McTaggart is a local businessman and also served as Chair of the Care Close to Home campaign. Rod McLeod is a local lawyer and supporter of the Foundation. “We are very pleased that both John and Rod have joined the Board”, noted Teresa Hazel, Foundation Director. “They both bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise and will be great additions to our Board of Directors.”

Area garden tour this Sunday

The North Star Garden Club of Baudette is pleased to host the second annual tour of Rainy River, Baudette, and rural Birchdale gardens on Sunday, July 22 from 1:30 - 5:00 pm.

Morson post office to close

Ken Johnston
Editor

Morson residents were stunned last Tuesday when they learned that their long time post office will be closing on July 27, 2001.

Clerk clears air on lottery license issue

Ken Johnston
Editor

It seems getting a lottery license in Rainy River is less of a roll of the dice than groups thought.

Fun for everyone in 2001 - Railroad Daze steams into Rainy River Friday

Ken Johnston
Editor

Chooo!!! Choooooooo!
All aboard for Railroad Daze Fun this weekend, July 20-22, 2001.
The 14th Annual Rainy River Railroad Daze Festival is set to steam into town with a jam packed schedule of fun for everyone in 2001!

Area residents asked to adopt-a-river

The Rainy River First Nations Watershed Program would like to invite interested parties to participate in the 2001 Adopt-A-River Program.

Tipping fees to be charged at Rainy River landfill site

Ken Johnston
Editor

Effective August 1st, taking out the trash in Rainy River will get a little bit more expensive.

Morley beach deemed unsafe to swim at

Ken Johnston
Editor

It seems the water woes for the Rainy River did not end last week, but moved up stream.

Local groups crippled by strict lottery license law enforcement

Ken Johnston
Editor

“Minister, have you changed your instructions to the AGCO (Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario) to deliberately exclude these groups, which work primarily to benefit the common cause, from running small lotteries, bingos, raffles to raise funds in order to promote and benefit small town Ontario? If so, have you done so to favour the casino industry?”

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