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Canada Day 2015 in Red Lake

The heat and humidity had the kids splashing in the water all day. Face-painting, balloon animals with Rainbow the Clown, many children’s activities and games, as well as barbecue and cotton candy served up by the [...]

Rubicon makes first gold pour at Phoenix Gold Project

BY LINDSAY BRISCOE Rubicon Minerals Corporation is ramping up to projected commercial production in mid-2015 and announced its first gold pour of 741 ounces last week at the Phoenix Gold Project. “This first pouring of gold [...]

Red Lake enhances wildlife feeding regulations

BY CLAIRE CUDAHY The Municipality of Red Lake has beefed up its wildlife feeding regulations—and the fines for breaking them—after an eventful year of animal activity (read: Balmertown coyote invasion of 2014-15). Amendments include clarification on [...]

Live! @ the 2015 Norseman Festival

BY LINDSAY BRISCOE From country and blues, to AC/DC and Fleetwood Mac covers; from jugglers and magicians, to the Red Lake area’s finest bands and solo acts, the 2015 Norseman Festival (held over two weekends: Rock [...]

A barred owl rests on the branch of a birch tree. Better known as the hoot owl for its distinctive call, this native North American bird also goes by eight hooter, rain owl, wood owl, and [...]