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— Photo Joey Payeur

Muskie running back Sekina Scheibler (25) forcefully cleared West Kildonan defensive back Justin Petrishen out of the way as part of his 253-yard rushing day in Fort High's 14-13 loss to the visiting Wolverines on Friday.

— Photo Duane Hicks

Shoppers Drug Mart again is “Growing Women's Health” this fall. Until Oct. 6, the public can support its annual fundraising campaign for women's health by making a donation of $1-$50 and put their name on the window. Proceeds will go to the Breast Health Network Program at Riverside Health Care here.

— Photo Joey Payeur

Jeff Venzon of the Fort Frances Lakers, centre, wasn't asking permission to set up shop in front of Thief River Falls Norskies' goalie Brock Lefebvre despite the presence of defenceman Chris Pedersen during the first period of the Lakers' 5-4 shootout loss here Friday night in their SIJHL season-opener. See story on page 2.

— Photo Duane Hicks

The Nite Hawk Band wowed the crowd on Scott Street with a selection of classic rock, blues, and country tunes—and their impressive musicianship—yesterday evening during the second official concert in the “Rainy Lake 150" series. Next Thursday's concert, Daylin James and his "Elvis Show,” will be held at 6 p.m. on Scott Street. The series is sponsored by Tbaytel and Ontario 150.

— Photo Joey Payeur

Muskie golfer Cole Kowalski kept tabs on his putt attempt on the green at No. 2 at Kitchen Creek earlier today. Kowalski and the rest of the seven-man Muskie team were participating in the NorWOSSA golf season-finale, with the top three teams and top five non-affiliated individuals in the standings after today moving on to the NWOSSAA finals Oct. 3 in Thunder Bay.

Town council will be receiving some input on the 2018 municipal budget at its regular meeting tonight.

While no one is on the agenda to make a verbal presentation, council will be receiving written submissions, including:

The Muskie golf team took home-course advantage to a whole new level Friday.

With the familiar confines of Kitchen Creek Golf Club providing the backdrop, the black-and-gold obliterated the competition to repeat as the NorWOSSA boys' team champions.

Fort High carded a combined score of 334 to defeat the runner-up Dryden Eagles by 27 strokes (361), with the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints (Kenora) finishing in third (363).