From the Archives... Wednesday, August 2, 1995
Water woes plague local business
When some businesses and residents get their water bills they feel like they’re getting soaked. But town officials insist it’s the town that’s really getting ripped off. “Our regular bill used to be between $250 and $300 every quarter,” said Pharmasave’s owner and resident pharmacist Harry Khoosal.
Invitation to a pow wow
An excited Kaila Foster leads Codey Littledeer to the dance for the junior rangers at Ojibway Park last Thursday night.
Bake-off organizers all fired up
Almost a week before the Blueberry Festival Bannock Bake-off, the competition was already heating up.
New airline spreads wings across northwest
Starting in mid-August, there’ll be a new airline sharing the skies of northwestern Ontario. That’s the plan of an as yet unnamed company owned by Air Manitoba, that airline’s general manager told the Bulletin last week.