Shawn Godden new face with Kenora Chamber of Commerce

Shawn Godden has high hopes for the Kenora Chamber of Commerce. The 23-year-old Dryden native discussed his new position as the communications and marketing assistant with the chamber. “My main goal…

Bob Nault on the future of Jordan's Princple

The federal governement recently announced $382 million for funding to implement Jordan's Principle. Jordan's Principle is named after Jordan River Anderson, a four-year-old boy with serious and…

Potential marijuana tax revenues should stay local, says Canfield

Kenora Mayor Dave Canfield thinks it's important that potential tax revenues from the legalization marijuana be put back into local communities “The social part of it is going to come back and be a…

Mother Nature cooperates for Coney Island music festival

Fans of the Coney Island Music Festival are already starting to think about next year. Ted O'Flaherty was one of the local performers, and he talks about weekend performing. "I started Friday night…

Afghan vets talks about his ongoing struggle with PTSD

Afghan vet Andrew Longe says there is help. He was the special guest speaker for the Canadian Army Veterans Ride yesterday in Kenora. Longe served a decade ago, but he's still working on making the…

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Get out and vote!

Voting ends tonight for the Kraft Heinz Project Play. The Kenora Baseball League has made it to the final four and now, because of their selection as a finalist, have a chance to win $250,000 for…

Martin Anderson remembered with annual golf tournament

The legacy of Martin Anderson lived on again this weekend. The Dryden GM Ice Dogs hosted their annual Martin Anderson Memorial Golf Tournament in memory of the avid Ice Dogs supporter on Saturday.…

Sioux Lookout is getting ready for the annual blueberry festival

Things are coming together for the Sioux Lookout Blueberry Festival. Organizer Alyson Brunton talks about the festival, which is entering it's 34th year. "I think that the 34 years can definitely be…

Peacock, McKinley lead Borealis triathlon

Patrick Peacock won the men's division, while Christine McKinley took the women's side, for the Olympic race at the Kenora Borealis Triathlon yesterday. Kenora's Edie Fisher was second in the women's…

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Arts Hub at the Farmer’s Market

27 July 2016 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

Whitecap Pavilion, Kenora





TD Summer Reading Club with Dryden Public Library

27 July 2016 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Dryden Public Library, Dryden





Showcase of Gardens

28 July 2016 8:00 am

TBA





BBQ supporting Sara Brunner

28 July 2016 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Shoppers Drug Mart Dryden, Dryden





Dryden Public Library events

28 July 2016 12:00 pm

Dryden Public Library, Dryden





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