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The OPP have released the names of two people who died over the weekend just east of Kenora. The bodies of 57 year old Peter Karschewski and 62 year old Diane Karschewski was located last Saturday...

Post date: April 06, 2018

A new website to help combat human trafficking in northwestern Ontario is now live.Inspector Ann Tkachyk is with the Dryden Police Service and she says "Project Courage" provides valuable...

Post date: April 06, 2018

The City of Dryden has appointed Roger Nesbitt as their new Chief Administrative Officer.Nesbitt has 10 years of service with the City which includes work with the Senior Management Team and...

Post date: April 05, 2018
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Fight night seminars are coming to Fitness Edge in Dryden. The afternoon sessions are being held on Saturday and are run by Dryden Muay Thai fighter Sarah Carter and her Coach Dave Zuniga....

Post date: April 05, 2018
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The line-up has been set for a popular August long music festival.Harbourfest is hoping to repeat some past successes in the 2018 concert.A couple of popular bands who have played before are...

Post date: April 05, 2018

The Dudley Hewitt Cup is less than one month away and the Dryden GM Ice Dogs are now in final preparation mode.Fundraising efforts for the Central Canadian Junior Hockey Tournament continue and...

Post date: April 05, 2018

A pitch was made by Dryden Area Hockey Canada Skills Academy instructor Bill Reid for financial support and Dryden Rotary quickly responded. Reid addressed Rotary members Wednesday, promoting the...

Post date: April 05, 2018

The North West Local Health Integration Network is seeking input from local residents as it drafts a new health plan for the region. Vice-President Susan Pilatzke says issues of concern include...

Post date: April 05, 2018

It could be a weekend of cramming for some local high school students. The Ontario Secondary School Literacy test will be administered next Tuesday at 9:00am. All grade 10-students are required...

Post date: April 05, 2018

The decades since the Battle of Vimy Ridge have slipped by, but the legacy of the Canadians who accomplished so much in that important First World War battle lives on. The Royal Canadian Legion...

Post date: April 05, 2018

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union says it plans to be very active in the upcoming provincial election campaign. President Smokey Thomas says while they won't be endorsing any one party,...

Post date: April 05, 2018

Two people from the Rainy River district have been charged following a Provincial Police investigation into the trafficking of Crystal Methamphetamine. Officers seized an unknown amount of the...

Post date: April 05, 2018

Four people face drug and firearm charges after Provincial Police executed a search warrant at a Fort Frances home. Officers seized Fentanyl, Heroin, Marijuana, Hydromorphone and prohibited...

Post date: April 05, 2018

Bombardier in Thunder Bay is being ordered to bring back an employee they fired for allegedly using cannabis on their property.An arbitrator's ruling states the company didn't show that it...

Post date: April 04, 2018

There's a push on for equal pay for equal work at colleges and universities across Ontario. Lakehead University's Laurie Forbes took part in a province wide day of action today to point out that...

Post date: April 04, 2018

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