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The Supreme Court of Canada has upheld the conviction of a Grassy Narrows man on a manslaughter charge.The case of Clifford Kokopenace reached the supreme court after his lawyers argued that a lack...

A tragic discovery near Shabaqua.Provincial Police say the body of a man was found Wednesday night dead inside a truck, along a bush road, just south of Highway 11-17.The body was initially...

A watermain break in Ignace has resulted in a boil water advisory.The safety of the drinking water can't be guaranteed so all water should be boiled for at least one minute.This action should be...

Once again there is no local representation on the list of Ontario's worst roads.The Canadian Automobile Association has released the top ten roads through on-line voting.The most northern road...

John Rafferty insists he's been an effective voice for the Thunder Bay-Rainy River Riding.Rafferty is likely to be acclaimed Thursday night by the NDP riding association to seek another term....

The province has introduced new requirements for employers.Employers must now provide their workers with a copy of the Ontario employment standards poster and posting it in the workplace.As well,...

Some travel disruptions for Dryden motorists Friday.Duke Street between Hearst and Machin Avenue will be closed between 9 and 3 o'clock.The closure is due to water main repairs.

It's your one-stop-shop for obtaining a passport.A Passport Clinic is being held at the Dryden Legion Thursday from 2 until 7.The annual event is being hosted by Kenora MP Greg Rickford.You can...

A former Chief of the Shoal Lake 39 First Nation is facing sexual assault charges.Provincial Police along with the North West Region Crime Unit have charged 56-year-old Eli Mandamin with rape and...

Students at New Prospect School in Dryden are looking to become 'Heart Heroes'.They will be skipping rope on Friday in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation.JK/SK teacher Dawn-Marie...

The deadline for a Health Sciences Summer Camp is one day away.The Northern Ontario School of Medicine extended their registration date to Friday.The camp is for high school students aged 14 to 16...

Summer is short, let's make the most of it!That's the motto of Dryden Days of Summer as it prepares for another season of fun in the sun.For two years a section of King Street is closed every...

Canada is looking to celebrate its birthday in a big way.Kenora MP Greg Rickford has announced $5.2-million for Northern Ontario in the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.Rickford says the...

One of the most Conservative budgets in the history of Dryden has been approved.Council voted Wednesday night of a zero percent tax increase for the 2015 fiscal year by a 4-3 vote.Mayor Craig Nuttall...

Confederation College says its new mental health strategy is the first of its kind among Ontario colleges.The game plan, which looks at how to better promote well-being among students, was officially...

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