Born in Holland, March 12, 1934, Ted was raised on a farm and immigrated with his parents and family to Canada in 1947. The Kaemingh family started in Manitoba before settling in the Emo area in 1951 to raise their 12 children. Being the third eldest in the family, hard […]

The New Year is a time of reflection for many; a time to take stock of the past year, and look forward to the future. This year at the Times we have a lot to look forward to. Public events are bouncing back across the District. Municipalities and First Nations […]

I have never been much of a participant in the making of resolutions for a new year. December 31st has often carried the sense of an ending for me rather than a new beginning. This year the chatter has been of not bothering to make a list of goals but […]

Michael Callaghan passed away on December 19, 2022, after a long illness. Michael, or simply Callaghan, was born and raised in Fort Frances. Good hospitality, a “bump,” and a game of cards could all be expected at Callaghan’s house for whomever dropped by (“the door’s always open”). His home growing […]

Janet Colleen (Dolly) Bushong Carr, 85, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, where she resided in Barwick, Ont. She was born March 13, 1937, in New Market, Va., to Casper Bushong and Geneva (Kipps) Bushong. She graduated from Broadway High school in Broadway, Va. On November 5, 1955, […]

It is with deep sadness that the family of Harold Percy Cunningham, age 96 years, announce his passing on Monday, January 2, 2023. He died peacefully at his home in Hogarth Riverview Manor surrounded by his special great-granddaughter, Kimmy, who was always by his side, right up until the end, […]