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The Dryden Police Service Winter Coat program concludes Friday night. Community Services Officer Denise Szachury was a guest on the CKDR Morning Show today and she says this time around, they are...

Post date: November 10, 2017

Grand Council Treaty #3 is applauding policing changes announced by the provincial government. Legislation introduced last week would hold first nations police services to the same standards as...

Post date: November 09, 2017

Two people have received drug charges after a traffic stop by the Dryden Police Service. Police say just after midnight on Thursday, they stopped a vehicle on Albert Street for a traffic violation...

Post date: November 09, 2017

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is dealing with another abandoned moose case east of Sioux Lookout.The province says last Friday, a conservation officer located a 'shot and...

Post date: November 09, 2017

An Alberta man has been fined $4,000 for illegal moose hunting and fishing in northwestern Ontario. Bradley Maguire pleaded guilty to hunting moose without a licence and fishing without a licence...

Post date: November 09, 2017

Telus wants to remember all the Canadians who have fought for our freedom. On their website, they have a page with over 117,000 names of fallen soldiers. If you scroll through the whole list...

Post date: November 09, 2017

The Tbaytel Good Schools Program has found their winners and two are Dryden schools. Open Roads and New Prospect will each receive a grant worth $1,250 for their projects. Company Spokesperson...

Post date: November 09, 2017

The Northwest Training and Adjustment Board is trying to fill gaps in the workforce. They are back out with their Employer One Survey for the Kenora and Rainy River Districts. Executive...

Post date: November 09, 2017
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Dryden High School has finished recognizing its highest academic achievers. An Honour Roll ceremony was held at the Centre Wednesday for students attending Grade 11 and 12 last year. Amy...

Post date: November 09, 2017
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Remembering Indigenous veterans and the sacrifices made to protect our freedom.A special ceremony was held at the Dryden Native Friendship Centre Wednesday, with a wreath laying at the Cenotaph....

Post date: November 09, 2017

Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown is once again trying to drum up support in northern Ontario. Brown was in Thunder Bay Wednesday for an election style stop. Brown stated...

Post date: November 09, 2017

Shining a light on an area treaty for the purpose of future reconciliation. That is what Elder Robert Green was trying to accomplish with a presentation at Dryden High School Tuesday about Treaty...

Post date: November 08, 2017

For the first time in its seven year history, the Bearskin Classic 'Skip to Equip' will start on a Thursday. That's because organizers have lined up a record 30-teams and 127-female curlers for...

Post date: November 08, 2017
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A Dryden woman, now living in Winnipeg, wants you to be part of a great cause and break a Guinness World Record.Karly Tardiff is organizing the "Chain for Change", where people will gather...

Post date: November 08, 2017

Since 2011, more than 160-family physicians educated by the Northern Ontario School of Medicine have started to practice in northern Ontario. That's according to a new report released by the...

Post date: November 08, 2017

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