A&W cashier Sarah Larson served up a “Teen Burger” to Asyia Shields yesterday as part of “Burgers to beat MS” Day there. One dollar for every “Teen Burger” sold will be donated to help fight multiple sclerosis in Canada.
Dominic Kaemingk, left, along with his sister, Dafne, played a game of Bingo yesterday afternoon at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre as part of the “TD Summer Reading Windup Party.” The youngsters in the program, who read a total of 279 books, were rewarded with a water bottle and certificate for their efforts.
Ana Stopa performed her rendition of “Riptide” by Vance Joy during the annual “Teen Open Mic Night” at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre on Tuesday night. The event, sponsored by the Fort Frances Kiwanis Club, offered refreshments and prizes as many local artists showed off their musical abilities.
Faron Morrisseau (3) rightfully was first in line to receive congratulations from his teammates after the Couchiching Raiders’ centre-fielder’s three-run homer in the third inning sparked a 5-1 over Windey’s Warriors in Rainy River District Fastball League East Division action Tuesday evening at the Rodrick and Telford Bruyere Ball Field.
Two males have been charged with offences in relation to a break and enter at a Scott Street business last month.
The Rainy River District OPP has been investigating the break-in, which occurred at “From the Grind Up” sometime between 6 p.m. on July 12 and 7 a.m. on July 14.
As a result, an 18-year-old male and a 16-year-old male both are charged with:
Make no mistake: the Couchiching Raiders are for real.
Sheldon Kelly Sr. threw a two-hit, complete-game shutout, and also chipped in offensively with a home run, as the third-ranked Raiders upset the top-seeded Fort Frances Braves 3-0 in their Rainy River District Fastball League East Division semi-final last night at VanJura.