Alacea Yerxa, 7, and Hunter Jones, 8, worked as “lifeguards” to pull Josh Supinski, 9, from the clutches of the “sharks” during a parachute game put on as part of the town’s “Rec’n Crew” games this week. With the theme of “Blast from the Past,” children tie-dyed t-shirts, visited the museum and played games such as hoola hoops and limbo.
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Alberton council has opted to put off making a decision on the application for a zoning bylaw amendment made by township resident Gayle Arpin until next month.
Last Wednesday’s meeting was the earliest at which council could have made a decision on the controversial issue, which drew roughly 170 residents to a public meeting back on June 24.
Over the mountains, across the plains, into the woods, and out to the ocean—all on two wheels.
This is the summer for four university students from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.
The second-year students are bicycling across Canada on the “Unleash Your Potential” national health awareness campaign.
Mark Thyme eyed his putt on the green of the 18th hole at Heron Landing Golf Course on Saturday during the third-annual RBC Charity Golf Classic. About 30 teams participated in the event. The money raised went to support Riverside’s chemotherapy program.
Alberton council has decided to put off making a decision on the application for a zoning bylaw amendment made by township resident Gayle Arpin until next month.
Last night’s meeting was the earliest at which council could have made a decision on the controversial issue which drew roughly 170 residents to a public meeting back on June 24.
The 11th-annual RBC Charity Golf Classic is set to go this Saturday (July 11), but there’s still plenty of room for more teams.
Local RBC branch manager Heather Johnson said they had 17 teams registered as of Friday.
“I know there are quite a few out there [that haven’t registered yet],” Johnson said, added she hoped registrations would pick up this week.
For the past three years, Ralph Galusha and Pat Steele have come in second at the “Castin’ for Cash” bass fishing tournament on Lake Despair.
This year, the Devlin-area duo is going to take another stab at a first-place catch in the ninth-annual event later this week.
The annual Canada Day fastball tournament in Barwick crowned a familiar champion again this year.
The Sight & Sound Wolves (Fort Frances) thumped the Barwick Blue Knights’ “Young Guns” 11-2 in the ‘A’ final to capture the title for the third-straight year.
Wolves’ manager Derek McKinnon said the secret to their strength throughout the tournament was teamwork.
A new electrical transformer station has been proposed to be built in the Township of Chapple.
According to Hydro One Networks Inc., the company responsible for the transmission and distribution of electrical power in Ontario, the current transformer station in Fort Frances is reaching the end of its usable life and a new one needs to be built.
Local swimmer Donovan Taylor attended the 2009 Man./Sask. long course championships in Winnipeg over the weekend having been 15 years old for only two days.