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The Dryden GM Ice Dogs and Fort Frances Lakers will pause to remember and recognize the Humboldt Broncos hockey team tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon.Canadian hockey fans are reeling from the shock of a...

Post date: April 07, 2018

Saskatchewan RCMP have confirmed 14 deaths in a crash involving a junior hockey team. They say 14 others were injured when a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos was involved in the collision with...

Post date: April 07, 2018

A reminder of a scheduled power outage in the Red Lake and Balmertown area Sunday. The lights will be out between 8:00am-12:00pm. Hydro One says some 2,100 customers will be impacted. The...

Post date: April 06, 2018

A focus on skilled trades and technology Saturday. A number of students from Keewatin-Patricia District School board high schools are in Thunder Bay for a Skills Ontario Competition qualifier....

Post date: April 06, 2018

CP Rail trains could be in shut down mode later this month.The union representing the company's conductors and locomotive engineers says members have voted over 94% in favour of strike action to...

Post date: April 06, 2018

The four party leaders in the Ontario election can expect to hear from the Northwestern Ontario Associated Chambers of Commerce during the campaign. Charla Robinson has returned from a trip to...

Post date: April 06, 2018

Provincial Police are investigating the circumstances behind the death of a young Kenora teen.OPP say the body of a 16-year-old was found almost two weeks ago in the area of Brinkman Road and...

Post date: April 06, 2018

A drug investigation conducted by Provincial Police and Treaty Three Police has resulted in charges against three Kenora residents. Officers made the arrests Thursday following a Methamphetamine...

Post date: April 06, 2018

A 62-year-old man faces first degree murder charges in a death investigation in Marathon.Alain Lepage appeared in court Friday.Provincial Police were called to a home around 8:30 Thursday night and...

Post date: April 06, 2018

Kenora MP Bob Nault says the light at the end of the tunnel is coming for NAFTA negotiations. Nault says talks will be picking up the pace due to an upcoming Mexican election and midterms for the...

Post date: April 06, 2018

A notice to Dryden residents who rely on Mylift to get around town. The community bus service won't be running next Tuesday. The move is due to scheduled maintenance.

Post date: April 06, 2018

At some point the snow banks will disappear and the Spring clean-up will begin. That is the time when discarded needles can be spotted in area communities. Gillian Lunny is the Manager of Harm...

Post date: April 06, 2018

PC leader Doug Ford will make his first visit as leader to the Kenora-Rainy River riding.He's making stops in Dryden, Vermilion Bay and Kenora on Monday, travelling with the riding's PC...

Post date: April 06, 2018

The Dryden Rotary Charity Foundation continues to spread the wealth.The organization is supporting a number of initiatives under its 'youth' mandate.11-thousand dollars is being spent on...

Post date: April 06, 2018

It's pot hole season, and that usually means bad roads.CAA wants to know what are the worst roads in Northern Ontario.Their annual Worst Roads campaign is now underway.Spokesperson Gary Howard...

Post date: April 06, 2018

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