The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 44, September 4, 2019
Sioux Lookout Municipal Council has decided to exclude tourist camps, tourist outfitters and campgrounds from a Municipal Accommodation Tax it is considering.
Sioux Lookout residents and visitors to town braved rainy weather and cooler temperatures on August 26 and 27 to attend the Select Shows midway, set up at the ball diamonds.
Hudson residents Bob and Kellie Starratt shared that, while doing their yearly garbage cleaning efforts, they ended up cleaning 91 garbage bags worth of trash during the annual Pitch-In Canada community cleanup event, which ran from April 29 to...
Six Junior Canadian Rangers from the Far North of Ontario have completed a challenging thirteen days of advanced leadership training in British Columbia.
Sioux Lookout and area residents were invited to join the Friends of Cedar Bay on August 13 for a presentation about the trees commonly found at Cedar Bay.
Members from the Sioux Lookout Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are requesting assistance from the public to solve a break and enter in a private residence.
The Sioux Lookout Non-Profit Housing Corporation hosted their third annual tenant appreciation barbecue at Sioux Towers on August 22. Sioux Towers tenants enjoyed free burgers, hot dogs, salads, and cake.
We are stronger when we work together. There is strength in numbers. Many sayings highlight what can truly be accomplished by looking at the bigger picture and our local economies provide a perfect example.
Charlene Ogden, Rhoda Shingebis (left) and Phillip Trout, Alyson Martin, Nathan Singleton answer this week s Question of the Week.
Sioux Lookout Multicultural Youth Music Program instructor Tommy Kuzemczak gave students in his music program an opportunity to keep up their skills over the summer by putting on a concert for Alcona residents and visitors from Sioux Lookout on August 16.
September 19 marks the beginning of another Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series season as big city performing arts return to Sioux Lookout.
Grade nine students visited Sioux North High School on August 29, where they picked up their timetables, found their lockers, and took a peek inside their classrooms.
Approximately 25 children, aged four to 12, strengthened their gymnastics skills during the annual Sioux Lookout Gymnastics Club Summer Camp, which is run by Coach Mike Lang from the Thunder Bay Gymnastics Association.
It is with great sadness the family of Don Brunton announces his passing on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at the age of 75. Don lived in Sioux Lookout all of his life. He married his high school sweetheart, Donna Doust and they raised three children.
The late summer garden is lush with tomatoes and zucchini, along with sunflowers artistically sown by last winter s birds sharing their bounty of feeding seeds.
Bob Nault was officially nominated as the Liberal Party of Canada s candidate for the Kenora riding, where he is the current Member of Parliament, on August 25.
School is back in session today (Sept.4) at area schools and with the resumption of classes, comes the return of school busses to area roadways, and a return of students making their way to and from school on foot and by bicycle.