Connor Howie has been elected Councillor-at-Large in Sioux Lookout s Municipal By-Election.
During the official voting period from Monday, Jan. 20 27, Howie received 338 votes.
The Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club (SLGCC) hosted this year s Xplornet under-18 Regionals for regions one and two, through the Northern Ontario Curling Association, from Jan. 30 to Feb. 1.
The Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) is advising that there are several cold and influenza viruses currently in Northwestern Ontario...
Educators in Sioux Lookout joined elementary schools across the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) in a one-day, full withdrawal of services on Jan. 27.
Kenora MP Eric Melillo touched upon the topics of natural resources, broadband internet services and firearms in his maiden speech in the House of Commons on Jan. 27.
The Sioux Lookout Public Library, along with Digital Creator North and the Sioux-Hudson Literacy Council, hosted a fun evening on Jan. 27 celebrating literacy.
Donna Chabbert, Gino Meekis, Oliver Vinczeffy-Rose, Lennon Vinczeffy-Rose, Matilda Vinczeffy-Rose, and Celene Thomas answer this week s Question of the Week.
Pelican Falls Residential School, September 1939.
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A young Sioux Lookout girl was recognized after she chose to give all her birthday money to help provide life-saving clean water to a family in Ethiopia.
After waiting two months since the last Sioux-Hudson Entertainment Series performance, community members packed the Sioux North High School cafetorium to watch the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre s production of The New Canadian Curling Club on Jan. 30.
A donation of approximately $12,800 from Morgan Fuels to the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) Foundation has allowed SLMHC to purchase and order a new intubating bronchoscope for their surgical unit.
Long-time Sioux Lookout resident Brian Bergen is an avid sled dog trainer and racer, and he kicked off his racing season at the Gunflint Mail Run Sled Dog Race, in Cook County, Minnesota, which took place from Jan. 10 to 12.
Mike Sitar went to sleep for one last time in the early morning of January 27th, 2020; at the all too early age of 66. He is survived by his world famous father George, trouble making brother Allan, and trying to play innocent sister Marlene.
I remember frying bacon in this pan when I was a boy in Vermont in the 1950s. I know Ma must have had other frying pans, but this is the only one I remember in all my growing-up years...
Two Sioux Lookout residents are looking to provide help and education by starting a local LGBTQ2S Parent Support Group.
Members of the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) Local 654 in Sioux Lookout are thanking the community for the support they received during Canadian National Railway (CN) strike in November.