The Lac Seul First Nation community of Kejick Bay celebrated the completion of a new water treatment facility, which marks the official end of a 17-year boil water advisory in the community, during a grand opening ceremony on Feb. 13.
Lifelong Sioux Lookout resident Skyler Tompkins joined participants in fat biking across the winter road from Red Lake to Pikangikum during this year s Ice Road Challenge on Feb. 7.
Ontario Provincial Police are hoping members of the public can help them crack two unsolved homicides that happened in Pikangikum First Nation more than a decade ago.
Keewaytinook Okimakanak is receiving $179,040 through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) to purchase and install two 200-foot broadband towers, which will help increase broadband access and affordability for Mishkeegogamang...
Ross Horne, Aiden Fiddler, Ida Williams, and Ken Lawson answer this week s Question of the Week.
Fishing buddies believed to have been taken near Hudson in the early 1920 s.
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The Sioux North High School Warriors hosted the Dryden High School Eagles for boys basketball and girls volleyball matchups on Feb. 11.
Sioux Lookout resident Scott Wiseman has been working for the local Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) since 1988, where he works in his current role as Fire Operations Supervisor.
Lac Seul Police Service and Sioux Lookout OPP are warning residents of an increase in scams and frauds during tax season.
At the end of the month, Sioux Lookout and area youth will have the opportunity to register for a new volleyball club in town.