- Ken Kellar photos

The cast and crew of Muskies musical theatre have closed the curtain on another year, with a successful four-night run of Mean Girls. The audience reaction was overwhelming, with rave reviews through social media and word of mouth. The production was four months in the making, and drew out a […]

- Ken Kellar and staff photos

The annual Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce Business and Community Expo was a huge success, with hundreds turning out to see a range of businesses, services and organiza- tions. Above, the Make a Big Splash Committee was on hand to show off designs. Top left, the Fort Frances Voyageur Lions […]

- Fort Frances High School

The Muskies FFHS Badminton team made their hometown proud, with a great showing at NWOSSAA, held last week at Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute. Payton Dolyny and Taryn Oster placed first in the Junior Girls Doubles. They were undefeated with a 5-0 record. Julia Guertin placed second in Sr. Girls […]

- Allan Bradbury photo

New docking for the Sorting Gap Marina has made its way out of storage, and is being installed by crews. The new docks were scheduled for installation last year, but historic flooding washed those plans away. This summer is shaping up to be closer to normal, allowing the docks to […]

- Staff photo

A kids’ activity centre was a popular attraction at the second annual Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce Business and Community Expo over the weekend. Local businesses and organizations were on hand, as well as the Voyageur Lions Bail or Jail, Rockin’ for a Reason, and the Make a Big Splash […]

– Ken Kellar photo

Rockcut Accounting and Bookkeeping owner Alexa Wideman pulled the winning ticket for the Fort Frances Kiwanis Club’s All-Cruise Trip of the Month draw for May this morning. Gregory Erickson of Little Fork, Minn., is the winner of a Hawaiian Cruise, valued at $4,700. Next month’s draw will be for a […]

–Allan Bradbury photo

Lots of kids and guardians braved the nasty weather on Friday to do PD Day craft for Earth Day at the Fort Frances Museum and Cultural Centre. In conjunction with the Northwestern Ontario Métis Child and Family Resources the Museum offered the opportunity to paint a flower pot and plant […]

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A team of volunteers worked together to remove the ice surface from the Fort Frances Curling Club, clearing the space for a new season of events. First up is the Chamber of Commerce Business & Community Expo, set to take place at the Curling Club this Friday and Saturday, April […]

- Allan Bradbury photos

The Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association honoured its players on Sunday night, with a spaghetti dinner and awards presentations. U-9 (NOVICE)DC Giants, Fine Foods Fury, Armstrong Crushers, Northwest Flyers DC Giants (medals)   Most Improved Henry Spry Most Sportsmanlike Kendall Hill and Bode Coyle Fury (medals)   Most Improved Matthias […]

A group of 17 Sunset Country Squash players participated in the seasons last tourney this past weekend, the Silver Fox/Squash Cancer Charity Tournament in Thunder Bay, April 21-23, 2023.Several players had success. Mike Brady continued his winning ways in Men’s C division taking the title over Thunder Bay’s Richard Cole. […]

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Passersby might have been alarmed last week to see the Causeway Insurance window adorned in blue and white. Causeway owner John Homer is a dyed in the wool Boston Bruins fan and when he took the opportunity to take in a Leafs playoff game while in Toronto on business, his […]

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After three weeks of patient waiting, the students at the Fort Frances Nursery School have met the occupants of 48 fertilized eggs they loaded into an incubator. Everyone has been having lots of fun getting to know the fluffy chicks that emerged.