This group of young ladies, known as the “Culture Girls,” showed they know how to have fun Friday morning as they rode this colourful float, sponsored by Murlin’s Car Wash, during the Canada Day parade. It won the prize for “Best Individual Float” as the theme for this year’s parade […]

First Princess Jenna Cousineau, left, queen Sara DeGagne and Second Princess Brittany Hayes were all smiles after being unveiled as 2005 ‘Fun in the Sun’ royalty at the crowning ceremony, held last Friday in conjunction with the Canada Day celebrations at Pither’s Point. –Wes Gilbertson photo

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Organizers of the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship put up a sign on Abitibi-Consolidated’s “lap” building yesterday morning that will be the first thing travellers coming into Fort Frances will see when they pass through Customs. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo

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To purchase a printed High Resolution photo 5X7 or 8X10 for $8.00 Contact the Fort Frances Times at 274-5373 or 1-800-465-8508

To purchase a printed High Resolution photo 5X7 or 8X10 for $8.00 Contact the Fort Frances Times at 274-5373 or 1-800-465-8508

To purchase a printed High Resolution photo 5X7 or 8X10 for $8.00 Contact the Fort Frances Times at 274-5373 or 1-800-465-8508

To purchase a printed High Resolution photo 5X7 or 8X10 for $8.00 Contact the Fort Frances Times at 274-5373 or 1-800-465-8508

An overwhelmed Sara DeGagne reacts after being named the 2005 ‘Fun in the Sun’ queen at the crowning ceremony Friday afternoon at Pither’s Point. DeGagne, 17, bested five other participants to win the first-place prize, a $1500 scholarship. Jenna Cousineau and Brittany Hayes were named the First and Second Princess, […]

Eight-year-old Jonah Brow showed his true colours yesterday as kids from the Fort Frances Children’s’ Complex held their annual Canada Day parade. About 40 youngsters marched up and down the 1100 block of Portage Avenue to celebrate our country’s 138th birthday. –Wes Gilbertson photo

Marian Loncar was uneasy at first taking the helm of a Larson boat but got comfortable in a short time while Chuck Arpin, Julian Brunetta, and Marian’s dad, Racto, enjoyed the ride as part of Pinewood Sports and Marine’s second-annual demo day on Saturday. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo