Dahlia Kaun worked away at her fairy lantern craft yesterday during a March Break activity hosted by the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre. Library staffer Andrea Avis helped the participating children create shapes to decorate their lanterns by using the library's new Circuit Maker.
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Mason Hebert made a beautifully-decorated blanket with the help of his grandmother, Debbie Hebert, during a March Break workshop held Wednesday at the Sunset Country Métis Hall here. Snacks and refreshments also were provided.
Alternative folk musician Rory Tailon will be returning to Fort Frances next Friday (March 23), alongside Kenora's Brooklyn Doran, for a night of soulful signing at From the Grind Up.
Tailon kicked off his cross-Canada tour a week ago, starting in Kingston, Ont.
A new restorative justice program is coming to Couchiching in hopes of addressing the over-representation of indigenous people in the court system.
The program is designed for young first-time offenders who commit crimes like break-and-enter, trespassing, shoplifting, assault, vandalism, or mischief.
Rehearsals are in full swing for the Fort Frances Little Theatre's production of the play “Calendar Girls,” which will be performed April 12-15 at Knox United Church here.
Local Progressive Conservative candidate Greg Rickford is putting his full support behind newly-crowned party leader Doug Ford after having doubts about him earlier in the leadership race.
The Rainy River Association of Professional Paramedics is a new non-profit group who volunteer their time to fundraise, educate the public, and encourage locals who might be interested in pursuing para-medicine as a career.
Robert Moore Grade 8 students Marissa Brown, left, and Kaidance Boston recently put their creative skills to the test when creating Mrs. Gibson's sculpture-based art project. The pair posed in front of a glass display full of fellow classmates' master pieces.
These J.W. Walker students put all their strength into the tug-of-war competition while others eagerly pulled one another across the school yard in heated sled races. It was all part of the school's annual winter carnival held last Thursday as a lead-up to March Break.
A few decades ago, working remotely out of a home office was near impossible.
But in today's workforce, the number of Canadians “telecommuting” is on the rise, with an increasing number of people working from their homes.