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Nicole LePine makes adaptive water sport history

Sunset Water Sports officially used the adaptive water equipment donated by Child and Family Services last weekend.

Family and friends came to Point Park to watch and cheer for Nicole LePine, 22, the first person to use the adaptive sit ski after volunteers received extensive training on how to provide the assistance needed.

Cyclist finds kindness in Fort Frances on way to Argentina

Imagine yourself and your bike, alone, in the eerie depths of roads that stretch over nations. You have nothing but a travel-sized tent and a Canadian flag flapping at the rear of your bike. You encounter storms and thunders, rains and rainbows, deers and bears. Imagine doing this for three years and enjoying every bit of it.

Emo Speedway hits the gas

The engines will be roaring to life this weekend at Emo Speedway, but the stands will remain silent.

The Borderland Racing Association will be holding its first race of the season on July 11, with a practice scheduled for this Saturday. However, due to COVID-19, spectators are not being allowed at either event.

Leadership change in SIJHL

Thunder Bay, Ont. – Bryan Graham, who has served as the commissioner for the Superior International Junior Hockey League since 2014, has ended his term as league commissioner.

The SIJHL will immediately begin a national search for the commissioner’s position, led by an internal hiring committee.