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Club's finances probed

The Emo and District Lions Club considers itself to be a club of transparency and integrity.

With that, we are deeply disappointed to inform our supporting community that after a preliminary investigation, we have discovered discrepancies with our finances.

Upon this discovery, legal counsel and action was sought immediately and the OPP have become involved.

More interest needed

Prospective candidates for the fall municipal and school board elections, as well as those who plan to be a third-party advertiser in the elections, are being urged to sign up for an information session tentatively slated for June 27 here.

But more people will have to sign up to make the session a “go.”

Body of female found by police

Yesterday, the Treaty #3 Police Service requested assistance from the OPP's North West Region Crime Unit regarding a missing 16-year-old female from the community of Mishkosiminiziibiing (Big Grassy River First Nation).

Members of the North West Region Emergency Response Team and a K-9 Unit, as well as North West Region Crime Unit members, attended the community that afternoon.