It was a foggy start to the day last week as evidenced by these photos taken by Claire MacIntyre during her early morning trek to work on March 19th. As the weather continues to fluctuate and ice continues to soften, the Northern Sun News is welcoming predictions from the public on when the ice on Howey Bay will go out. Interested in winning a one-year local subscription and a 10 per cent off coupon for your next advertisement? Send your guess to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BY LINDSAY BRISCOE The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery has announced the finalists for the RBC Award for Glass and among them is local artist Cheryl Wilson Smith. “It’s pretty amazing. Something I’ve aimed for for many years. It’s been a dream and goal. At this point it’s still unbelievable. I think it would definitely […]
Founder Lloyd Romaniuk reflects on the early days of Ear Falls’ music festival BY CLAIRE CUDAHY The circumstances that brought about the first Trout Forest Music Festival in 1996 might best be described as serendipitous. In fact, the seed of the idea was planted way back in 1980 when a young Winnipeger named Lloyd Romaniuk […]
Published: April 19, 2017 Grade 5-6 students from Red Lake-Madsen Public School were spotted making their way down Howey Street last week pushing a grocery cart filled with donations. The students say they collected non-perishable items from their school-mates and walked them to the Red Lake Area Emergency Shelter on Apr. 11 in support of […]