In a highly contested battle, Cameron Lidkea of CJ Contracting, left, tried to recover on defence and regain possession as he chased down Lucas Koomans of Centra Pipelines. The tight defensive play paid off for CJ Contracting as the men went on to earn their second straight Borderland league championship with a 1-0 score on Tuesday night.
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There are only a few weeks left of summer which mean “Backpacks for Kids” organizers are collecting school supplies to help local children get ready before they head back to school.
The Emo and District Lions Club are working on revitalizing the Devlin ballpark by adding an accessible playground.
The Lions Club announced Monday to the Times they had received a grant from Lions Club International Foundation (LCIF) in support of their playground initiative.
Lead vocalist Brent Newman from “Rough Cut Pine” alternated between singing and playing his harmonica during one of the band's original pieces last Thursday evening at the Rainy Lake Square. The audience was swept away and entranced by many of the appealing melodies played by the folk band during the Rainy Lake Squares concert series.
A ride down memory lane, the wind in your hair, smiles and laughter.
Creating joy and happiness are all things Cycling Without Age (CWA) offers not only riders, but the pilots as well.
Guitarist Rob Donaldson, left, lead guitarist/vocalist Brent Newman, drummer Bill Shine, and bassist Jim Newman from “Rough Cut Pine” tore up the Rainy Lake Square stage on Thursday evening. The folk/rock band performed covers from many recognizable artists as well as some of their own original music.
Both family and friends from Giant Hearts Thunder Bay and Fort Frances came together to install and stock essential supplies for the first “Blessing Box" in Fort Frances, located on 218 Second St. East. The "Blessing Box" is a community pantry—it is open for anyone struggling with food insecurity and everyone is welcome to donate supplies.
Avery Foy helped stock the first “Blessing Box” in Fort Frances just after it was installed at 218 Second St. East on Thursday. Family and friends from Giant Hearts Thunder Bay and Fort Frances came together to install and stock essential supplies for the box which is essentially a community pantry. Anyone in need is welcome to take supplies, just as anyone can donate supplies.
Madison Gault, left, Kathy Foy, Tanya Foy-Hunter, and Ashlee Burton from Giant Hearts Thunder Bay and Fort Frances discovered three five-gallon chemical containers discarded in a wooded area at Point Park.
A 1972 Chevy Nova SS owned by the Seguin family took home the first-place trophy as the top Chevrolet during the Early Iron Car Club Show & Shine along the waterfront on Saturday afternoon. Addy, left, Terri, and Jordyn Seguin smiles shined as bright as the car on a sunny afternoon as they posed with their trophy.