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Posted on: Apr 21 9:24am
Ontario is recognizing 11 individuals and eight organizations with a June Callwood Outstanding Achievement Award for Voluntarism for their commitment to volunteering and longstanding service to their communities.
Posted on: Apr 19 11:01am
On April 18, 2016, the Rainy River District School Board reached a tentative agreement at the local level with Rainy River District Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) – Educational Support Personnel (ESP).
Posted on: Apr 19 10:59am
After just one day, Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) walked away from the bargaining table on the afternoon of April 12, 2016.
Posted on: Apr 7 3:42pm
Students from around the region came to participate in Sunset Country's Regional Science Fair.
Posted on: Apr 7 3:41pm
The Moose Lodge in Baudette recently donated $200 US to the Rainy River High School Chem-free Grad.
Posted on: Apr 6 3:40pm
The April 5, 2016 Board Meeting of the Rainy River District School Board was held at the Education Centre in Fort Frances. At the meeting, the Board presented its monthly Recognition of Excellence to Mine Centre School for its Early Years Camp.
Posted on: Apr 6 3:23pm
Students demonstrated their creativity and science skills at the Sunset Country Regional Science Fair hosted by the RRDSB on April 2, 2016 in Fort Frances at J.W. Walker School.
Posted on: Mar 24 9:58am
On Friday, March 11, 2016, McCrosson-Tovell students celebrated their last day of winter at school with a Winter Festival, supported by School Council.
Posted on: Mar 22 2:13pm
“They always seem to find a way to do it,” said the head coach of the newly-crowned OFSAA ‘A/AA’ boys’ hockey champion Muskies after they captured the program’s fourth provincial title with a 5-3 win over the Silverthorn Spartans (Toronto) in the gold-medal game last Thursday afternoon in Ottawa. Davis made his remarks on the floor of the ’52 Canadians Arena on Saturday after the team had been honoured in a special homecoming celebration with the stands filled with their family and friends hollering their excitement.
Posted on: Mar 22 2:10pm
Although no one knew it at the time, the game between the fifth-ranked Muskie boys’ hockey team and the No. 18 Frontenac Falcons (Kingston) on the opening morning of the OFSAA ‘A/AA’ championship in Ottawa last week proved to be a battle of juggernauts.

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