From The Archives:
Wednesday, July 28, 2004
Architect of new hospital wants input from community
IT’S been a long road since the conception of the Meno-Ya-Win Health Centre thirty years ago, but the architect working to transform that concept into something real said the final stages to construction are underway.
Community comes together to revitalize CN underpass
IT JUST shows what can happen when the community comes together on a project.
More than two dozen new events join this year’s Blueberry Festival
THINGS are getting rolling for new events at this year’s Blueberry Festival. One of those events includes the Sioux Lookout Big Brothers Big Sisters Blueberry Tumble and Race.
STEPHANIE Pickering (centre) assists scuba diving students July 22 at Second Sandy Beach making their first dive. Ota Hally, scuba diving instructor for Blue H20 Sports based in Vancouver, made his annual visit to Sioux Lookout last week to teach the basics, including safety, for the sport of scuba diving. His helper, Pickering, is in the process of becoming a certified instructor herself.