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Campaign kick-off

Salvation Army Fort Frances corps officer Arthur Heathcote, left, and mayor June Caul kicked off the Salvation Army's annual Christmas Kettle campaign at Walmart on Friday morning. The campaign will take steps like providing masks and sanitizing materials in order to keep both the volunteers ringing the bell and the general public safe and healthy.

Tear down continues

The demolition of the Fort Frances mill continues, in what's expected to be an 18-22 month process. Canadian National Demolitions is handling the tear-down of the former Resolute facility. Workers are being housed at a camp on the municipal airport grounds, to limit their exposure to local citizens.

Tear down continues

The demolition of the Fort Frances mill continues, in what's expected to be an 18-22 month process. Canadian National Demolitions is handling the tear-down of the former Resolute facility. Workers are being housed at a camp on the municipal airport grounds, to limit their exposure to local citizens.

Practice makes perfect

Pre-season play has begun for the Superior International Hockey League, and the Fort Frances Lakers, under new head coach Bernie Lynch, above, are ready. They've been practicing daily, to build their skills and speed. Their first games since COVID shut down the league in spring will be against the Red Lake Miners, November 28 and 29.

Practice makes perfect

Pre-season play has begun for the Superior International Hockey League, and the Fort Frances Lakers, under new head coach Bernie Lynch, above, are ready. They've been practicing daily, to build their skills and speed. Their first games since COVID shut down the league in spring will be against the Red Lake Miners, November 28 and 29.

Practice makes perfect

Pre-season play has begun for the Superior International Hockey League, and the Fort Frances Lakers, under new head coach Bernie Lynch, above, are ready. They've been practicing daily, to build their skills and speed. Their first games since COVID shut down the league in spring will be against the Red Lake Miners, November 28 and 29.

Practice makes perfect

Pre-season play has begun for the Superior International Hockey League, and the Fort Frances Lakers, under new head coach Bernie Lynch, above, are ready. They've been practicing daily, to build their skills and speed. Their first games since COVID shut down the league in spring will be against the Red Lake Miners, November 28 and 29.

Bingo!

 

Looking for a way to beat the COVID winter blues? The Fort Frances Senior's Centre has begun re-opening programs, including Bingo, held each Friday at 1:30, at the Memorial Sports Centre's auditorium. The large space allows plenty of distancing. If you'd like to join in, call Cindy Noble at 271-2021.