Kylie Stafford, joined by her siblings, Ty (left), Liam, and Milo, sat behind the wheel of Ed Halvorsen’s 1930 Ford “Model A Roadster” last Saturday during the “Classic Car Show” held at Norlund Oil in Emo in conjunction with the Emo Walleye Classic. The “Scott Street Show ’n Shine,” presented by the International Early Iron Club and BIA, is planned for tomorrow from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
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Desiree Alfred shook hands with educators as she received her chef certificate in culinary skills from Canadore College during the Seven Generations Education Institute’s 24th-annual graduation ceremony yesterday afternoon at the Memorial Sports Centre.
Canada’s renowned “Snowbirds”—banking in unison (below)—took to the skies over the Fort Frances Airport yesterday evening with impressive aerobatic displays. It’s estimated more than 1,000 people turned out for the show, with many staying afterwards to get autographs from the pilots.
Canada’s renowned “Snowbirds”—pictured in a tight formation —took to the skies over the Fort Frances Airport yesterday evening with impressive aerobatic displays. It’s estimated more than 1,000 people turned out for the show, with many staying afterwards to get autographs from the pilots.
Grade 5 students at Robert Moore spent some time outside yesterday morning with “Reach Up” coach Rachel Robichaud learning the basics of ultimate frisbee. Students also were given an “anti-tobacco” presentation by Cancer Care Ontario.
Mackenzie Caul has been an athlete all of her life.
But at age 27, the Devlin native decided she would take on a whole new physical challenge.
It all paid off back on May 9 when Caul captured the 2015 Fitness Star Model Search held in Winnipeg.
The “Emo Walleyedol” singing competition returned to the Emo Walleye Classic on Friday night.
After not being held for several years, contest organizer Maverick Judson, who also acted as emcee for the evening, admitted he wasn’t sure if it would be a go this year, either.
“Three or four days ago, we only had four contestants for the entire competition,” he noted afterwards.
Four local women have been taking on nature in active and adventurous ways.
Debbie Canfield, Linda Kawulia, Tammy Riordon, and Margaret Sedgwick, referred to by some as the “Reef Point Adventure Girls,” set out on a kayaking trip from Fort Frances to Emo on May 30.
Kayla Lauzon, winner of this year’s “Emo Walleyedol” crown, delivered a flawless performance of Carrie Underwood’s “Something in the Water” on Friday night.
Kayla Lauzon wowed the crowd and judges with her performance of Carrie Underwood’s “Something in the Water” on Friday night to capture the “Emo Walleyedol” crown. Piper Lidkea sang “Bright” by Echosmith to take home the title in the “Minnow” division of the singing competition, which was held at the Emo-La Vallee Arena in conjunction with the Emo Walleye Classic.