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A call to remember: Paramedics reunite with family after delivering baby
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By Chris Marchand It’s a point of light in a job with more than its share of darkness. By Chris Marchand It’s a point of light in a job with more than its share [...]

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By Chris Marchand Everything from cottage lots to potholes was up for discussion as local municipal leaders met with provincial cabinet ministers at the annual conference of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) [...]

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By Chris Marchand A local car dealership has acquired the naming rights to Dryden’s Junior ‘A’ hockey franchise in a sponsorship agreement. The Dryden Ice Dogs will henceforth be known as the Dryden GM [...]

Rotary exchange experience leaves big impression on Stuart
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By Chris Marchand A year-long Rotary exchange abroad seems to have awakened Jessie Stuart’s inner Scandinavian. The nation of Sweden has had such an impact on the Dryden High School graduate that she plans [...]

First rider program teaches bus safety basics to new students
By: chrismarchand - 27 August 2014 - 0 Comments

By Dryden Observer Staff There are plenty of important lessons to be learned even before a child’s first day of school. The First Rider Program took place on August 23 in Kenora and Dryden [...]

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Submitted by the NWHU The Northwestern Health Unit would like to ensure all parents across the region are informed of the changes to the Ontario Immunization of School Pupils Act.   As a follow up [...]

By: chrismarchand - 20 August 2014 - 0 Comments

By Chris Marchand Those with their fingers on The City of Dryden’s purse strings says that efforts to get the city’s finances under control are moving the municipality in the right direction. On Aug. [...]

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By Samantha Hawkins The Ministry of Natural Resources has begun its annual aerial herbicide spraying to control hardwood competition over the Dryden, Wabigoon and English River forests and is expected to continue until the [...]

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By Samantha Hawkins Its about to get pretty busy around the City of Dryden, with two recently awarded tenders, one for the construction of the Wildlife Management Fence at the Dryden Regional Airport and [...]

Stakeholder group addresses council over mine concerns
By: chrismarchand - 20 August 2014 - 0 Comments

By Samantha Hawkins It was a full house at the August 11 City Council meeting, as many Goliath Mine Stakeholders came to show their support for the presentation given by Dr. Ian Ayers and [...]



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