It is with sad hearts that the family of Christine Comegan announce her sudden passing on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Christine was born on December 23, 1933 to Albert and Mary Prince. She was one of eight children. Christine was a Jingle Dress dancer all her life. She often took […]

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our mother and grandmother, Jackie Dalgetty on Thursday, April 1, 2021 at the age of 84 after a short illness with cancer. Mom was born in Glenboro, Manitoba and moved to Fort Frances as a young child, where she […]

The coleus plant has been available to gardeners for decades in a large variety of colours. In the past, they were a favourite for planters and shade gardens because they are durable and easy to grow and are best known for their bright colours and variety of foliage forms. In […]

Most don’t consider salad dressings to be sauces, however they share the same definition: a flavourful liquid that enhances a finished dish. Salads do not all necessarily share the characteristic of being made out of lettuce; they do however almost always depend upon a dressing of one aspect or another. […]

Born to Ali and Cam, of Fort Frances, Ontario, a girl, Brynlee Lynn, weighing 7 lbs 12 oz on March 25, 2021 at LaVerendrye General Hospital, Fort Frances, Ontario.

births April 7, 2020.indd Born to Stephanie Indian and Jason Yeo, of Fort Frances, Ontario, a boy, Hunter, weighing 6 lbs 6 oz on March 21, 2021 at LaVerendrye General Hospital, Fort Frances, Ontario.

It is with deep sadness that the family of Jackie Dalgetty announces her passing on Thursday, April 1, 2021. A complete obituary to follow.

The FORT FRANCES VOLUNTEER BUREAU (FFVB) is accepting applications for membership renewals and new member volunteers for this upcoming year running April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. If you are a volunteer or someone interested in volunteering and believe in the positive impact volunteers have on our community, please […]

When my father passed away over 25 years ago, the thing that I always remember is walking into the newspaper office on the Monday morning and a staff member coming over and giving me a huge hug and feeling good about it. That week is a blur, but throughout the […]

Dear editor, Minister of Indigenous Affairs, Greg Rickford, supports the closing of youth detention beds in the north as a money-saver which recognizes the reality that the number of young people in custody has declined since the inception of the Youth Criminal Justice Act in 2003. However, the truth is […]

Dear editor, By writing this letter, I am sure to offend some Christians who feel masks hinder their rights to worship, but the same is a real asset when a paycheque is involved, whether in the making or the spending. Instead of spending “hours” online, searching for the ineffectiveness of […]