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A Vancouver man, who has been the target of a widespread police search, has died.
Nazariy Gelitiy, 24 years old of Vancouver, British Columbia was last seen September 12, 2020 near Roussin Road in Machin Township (west of Dryden). His car had been discovered abandoned in the area on September 12, prompting police to issue a search, out of concern for the man’s well-being.
The LaBelle's Rainy Lake Fall Bass Classic is taking place this Saturday, Sept. 26, with COVID-19 restrictions in place.
Dale LaBelle is taking all the necessary precautions.
Riverside Foundation for Health Care has welcomed a new member to its board of directors.
Meghan Cox joined the board for a three year term at the Riverside Foundation for Health's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday. Cox filled the only vacancy on the board.
The first annual Redrum Motorcycle Club Treaty #3 Poker Run was a success, according to organizers.
“All the support was awesome and it was great to see,” said James Eastman. The new charter's first run attracted several dozen motorcycle enthusiasts and Redrum MC members from across he region, to raise money for charity and share their passion for motorcycles.
The RRWT Pontoon Raffle hosted by the West Rainy River District Lions Club and Nestor Falls Marine came to a close Saturday evening, September 19, 2020 at the Rainy River Legion. Lion’s member Telford Advent oversaw the drawing of the tickets.
The winners were:
1st Prize: Princecraft Vectra 21 Pontoon Boat
Ticket # 4314
The council of Wabaseemoong Independent Nations (WIN) and Chief Waylon Scott signed a Relationship Agreement: Comprehensive Response to Mercury and Human Health in Wabaseemoong Independent Nations with the Federal Government.
Jasmine Bruyere has been fundraising to send her daughter Jordynne Brown, 10, to the International Presentation of Performers (IPOP) convention in Los Angeles in January.
The Ontario government has injected $108,379 into Riverside Healthcare, to upgrade its facilities.
COVID-19 forced people to spend more time indoors, encouraging them to find new hobbies and crafts to feed their boredom. Coupled with this adjustment was businesses both trying to cater to local demands and remaining afloat.
According to greenhouses in Fort Frances, more people began gardening after COVID-19.