Why is it that some of our municipal governors (NOT ALL OF THEM), who have years of building experience, construction experience, engineering experience, and business experience struggle to prepare a grocery list, and execute that list for the community..
Perhaps what I remember most about my graduation from high school is spilling tomato juice on my tie during the formal graduation class dinner. Certainly what I remember most about graduating from university is relief.
The Kenora District Services Board, through a resolution passed by its Board of Directors on May 28, has respectfully requested Senator Lynn Beyak to act honorably and in the interest of the people and step down from her role as Senator.
Sioux Lookout and area residents had the opportunity to turn their unused things into other people s treasures last weekend during the return of Curbside Swap, which typically occurs once a month in the spring, summer, and early fall.
In a Facebook post on May 15, the Friends of Cedar Bay announced residents will be unable to participate in a Frog Hop this year. Instead, the Friends of Cedar Bay are providing information for residents, inviting people to go out and experience...
Due to the pandemic, the real estate spring selling season which normally starts in March has stalled. Homes sales are half what they were last year and prices are on the decline.
So is it now the time to buy?
The Municipality of Sioux Lookout is advising the public of a temporary road disruption.
The intersection of Prince Street and Second Avenue will be closed to through traffic this week for reconstruction and resurfacing.