Angling duos converged on Howey Bay the morning of Aug. 30 for the first day of the 2014 Red Lake Fall Classic Catch and Release Walleye Tournament. Both Saturday and Sunday, 140 teams arrived for a bright and early start where live wells were checked and boats were called out by number. They then headed out onto the lake to compete for over $40,000 in cash and prizes. For full tournament results, visit www.redlakefallclassic.com.
Another initiative to address food availability in the community has emerged. On May 27 Red Lake District High School students Chloe Hollos (left) and Justine Duncalfe revealed a food pantry they had created and installed outside the Red Lake Library. The cupboard is available for residents to donate food to and in exchange to take […]
Published: November 8, 2017 Students from St. John’s School turn wintery white powder into a tasty treat. On Nov. 3 Grade 4, 5 and 6 students spent their school day exploring various area habitats as part of their Northern Studies curriculum. Teacher Tom Doherty said last week the students have been learning about habitat and biodiversity […]
Published: May 3, 2017 BY JENNIFER PARSONS The community of Ear Falls is $9,000 closer to having a helipad constructed, thanks to a series of donations from community organizations. Ear Falls Community Health Centre (EFCHC) Executive Director Wendy Gatrell reported the funding boost last week noting members of her organization were “very pleased” with the […]