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The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is blaming the College Employer Council for the government's plans to introduce back to work legislation to end the five week long faculty strike. It...

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The Dryden Police Service recognized outstanding efforts by uniformed officers, civilian staff and community partners Thursday night. Certificates of Appreciation and Commendations were handed...

Post date: November 17, 2017

Four Seasons Footwear in Dryden is celebrating its 30th Anniversary.Owner and Operator Justus Leschied says he has been successful thanks to his dedicated and professional staff as well as the...

Post date: November 17, 2017

The country's highest civilian honour is being bestowed on the former president of Confederation College. Pat Lang will receive the Order of Canada Friday morning at a special ceremony at Rideau...

Post date: November 17, 2017

Confederation College Student Union President Jodi Afonso is encouraging the Liberal government to step in and get both sides in the college faculty strike back to the bargaining table. Jodi...

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Another case of shooting and abandoning wildlife in northwestern Ontario. Public assistance is needed to identify the individuals responsible for shooting two moose off of Highway 72 and...

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A new option in Dryden when you are headed downtown for your holiday shopping. The Dryden District Chamber of Commerce 'Christmas Store' is expected to be open later Friday in time for 'Midnight...

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Sick and tired of the tedious task of wrapping Christmas presents? Grade 8 students at New Prospect School in Dryden are here to help as they are hosting a fundraising wrapping event Friday night...

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A boil water advisory has ended in Ear Falls. The notice was issued on November 10th after the safety of the drinking water couldn't be guaranteed. Town officials say lab testing of the water...

Post date: November 17, 2017

Another challenging commute Friday. Several centimetres of snow has fallen in the last couple of hours, creating slippery conditions in some areas. Most roads are snow covered and a brisk...

Post date: November 17, 2017

Local college students are sitting at home in limbo.The provincial government plans to introduce back-to-work legislation Friday to end the five week long College faculty strike.Queen's Park wasn...

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If you were curious about the steam and trucks in some areas of the City of Dryden recently, there is no reason to be alarmed.It's the sewer lining project that was in the City's capital...

Post date: November 16, 2017

Ontario Provincial Police in Sioux Lookout have charged a woman with credit card fraud.Police began their investigation back on March 17th about an individual making fraudulent cash advances on...

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The Dryden Police Service is reporting a recent break and enter off the north side of Dryden. Police say they responded to the break and enter on Wednesday night at around 8:45 on Thiel Road....

Post date: November 16, 2017

The Dryden Police Service are reporting an incident where a man was jumped on Queen Street.Police say they responded to the incident on Wednesday night at around 9:30.Officers say the victim was...

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