Baseball is the game of a zillion records, so surely there’s a million that will never be broken. After the designated hitter arrived, I never thought a pitcher would hit a grand-slam home run in the World Series, like Dave McNally did. Nor that a player would play every game […]

It was a busy weekend of bass fishing with two of the bigger tournaments of the season taking place in Kenora and Fort Frances. On Lake of the Woods, 120 teams fished in the Bronzeback Classic where Amanda Keszler and Logan Zimmerman took the win with a two day total […]

Life Coach's Corner
By Liz Adam

“When all else fails, take a vacation.” Betty Williams Summer is the perfect time to take a break. We wait an extremely long time for warm weather here on our part of the planet. When summer’s sun finally rises over us, we want to soak in every minute of it […]

The North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) kicked off in Kjipuktuk (Halifax) on July 16 with over 5,000 athletes from 756 Nations across North America of youths aged 13 to 19 years old, along with coaches and officials. The opening ceremonies at the Scotiabank Centre in downtown Halifax were enjoyed by […]

How well do you know your local butcher, baker, or candlestick maker? I realize that local candlestick makers are less prevalent than they use to be, but if you had one in your community they would be just as important as your other local merchants. We have all heard that […]

It was on a golf course in the California desert. Somewhere on the front nine, our twosome was caught from behind by a single, who asked if he could join us. Of course we said yes, seconds before I realized the single was Ray Elgaard. His 14-year career with the […]

A couple of columns ago I discussed the start of the bass tournament season across the Sunset Country region. One of the busier weekends of the summer for tournament anglers happens this weekend when the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship takes place at Rainy Lake Thursday through Saturday, while the […]