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This Ministry of Natural Resources CL-415 Bombardier Canadair waterbomber—one of nine in the province—was a very popular attraction Saturday at the sixth-annual “Fly-in Drive-in BBQ” at the Fort Frances Airport. While only a few pilots flew in for the event, over a 180 people came out to have a bite […]

Bell Canada lineman Brent Miller was busy this morning attempting to restore phone service to residents in Alberton who have been without it since late yesterday morning when a transformer blew, setting fire to the pole on which it was mounted. –Michael Hilborn photo

Anne Renaud, manager of the Fort Frances campus of Confederation College here, talked to a large group of new students during an orientation session on Tuesday. The college also held a barbecue at lunch to welcome the students. —Melanie Béchard photo

Matt Fairnington got a serving of fried fish from Josie Miller this past Monday afternoon at Sunny Cove at the Fort Frances Sportsmen’s Alex Kapac Fish Fry. Around 300 people were served meals at no charge, and close to 25 volunteers helped run the event that was headed by Sue […]

Though the Muskies’ leading rusher from last season, Thomas Edwards, won’t be back this year the black-and-gold shouldn’t lose a step with Terry Carmody taking the handoffs. The Muskies open their regular season this Friday afternoon in Winnipeg against the Miles Mac Buckeyes, while next Friday (4 p.m.) will be […]

D. Rangers members Jaxon Haldane, left, Aaron Goss, Don Zueff, Chris Saywell, and Tom Fodey (not visible) took Devlin by storm during the barndance held at the Cornell Farm last Friday night. –Michael Hilborn photo

Roger Williams bested seven other competitors to win the Labour Day Mixed Horseshoe Tournament that was held at Pither’s Point yesterday afternoon. Coming in second place was Gordon Calder, while third went to Dennis Bruyere. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo

Mayor Dan Onichuk was flanked by Pam Markarchuk, left, and Louise Erb, the chairpersons for the Arthritis Society Community in holding the flag marking September as Arthritis Awareness Month in Fort Frances yesterday. —Melanie Béchard photo

Crashing waves along the shoreline at Pither’s Point was the sight seen this morning due to the strong winds that was mixed in with light precipitation. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo

Lindsay Roy tried to split Rebecca Cornell and Carly Barton this past Sunday afternoon at the St. Francis Sportsfield during the Struchan Gilson Memorial game. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo