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Fewer in need this winter, Jubilee

As the Arctic Cold settles in, volunteers at Kenora's inner-city church say they're not as busy. "We are seeing and experiencing fewer people coming in off the streets. Our sidewalks are not as busy…

Firefighters respond to 428 calls in 2018

The City of Kenora’s Fire and Emergency Services department has provided a look into their previous quarter, detailed in a report presented to councillors earlier this week. The previous quarter took…

Regulation creates hiring roadblock

Hiring teachers in Northern Ontario is becoming an issue for school boards. Part of the problem is Regulation 274 which outlines the process teachers go through in order to be hired into permanent…

Two charged in cocaine seizure

Two Red Lake residents have been charged with possessing and trafficking cocaine, following a drug bust on Wednesday. The Red Lake OPP say that on January 16, officers from Red Lake and Kenora OPP…

City supports Rideout, Evergreen rinks

The City of Kenora will provide $16,000 to two local community clubs this year. The Rideout and Evergreen Community Clubs will both see $8,000 each, as part of the city’s 2019 community club grant…

Local Sports

Carlson-Jourdain leads Thistles over Rangers

Ethan Carlson-Jourdain had three points in two games against the Parkland Rangers in Dauphin over the weekend, and it helped the Kenora AAA Thistles win two of three games on a western road trip.…

Ratcliffe leads Broncos to silver

Bronco hustle was a factor in yesterday's win over the Saints in junior boys basketball.The Broncos won silver at the Kenora Invitational for junior boys basketball. Broden Ratcliffe talks about…

Shoal Lake 40 hosts hockey tourney

Men's and women's teams are playing hockey at Shoal Lake 40 this weekend. "Oh yeah, it's an experience for sure," said Deon Sumner, as he talked about driving across the ice road to the man-made…

Quill, Derouard lead bowlers

It was another evening of Special Olypic bowling in Kenora last night. Top scores for the men were Ryan Quill with 239, Brian Fournier at 221, and Honourable mention to Robert King at 160. For the…

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