Jason Caul took his best shot at the bull's-eye during the axe throwing portion of the logging competition held Friday morning at the Emo Fair. Caul didn't place during this event but saw great success in the axe chop, two-man cross-cut, and tea boil, all of which he landed in first place.
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Sue-Ellen Blekkenhorst, Homecraft representative and judge, inspected handmade craft items inside the Exhibition Hall at the Emo Fair on Thursday afternoon.
Marlee Bliss showed off her cow at the beef show on Friday afternoon at the Emo Fair. The show was an opportunity for people to show off the cattle they are raising on their farms.
Emo Fair judge Randy Creighton inspected a plate of green peppers alongside fellow judge Emily Watson in the Exhibiton Hall on Thursday afternoon. The pair scored these vegetables on their appearance, presentation, and closeness to their variety. All entries are scored according to the guidelines set out in the Association of Ontario Agricultural Societies' fair book.
Brock Visser had a blast bouncing around on the bungee trampoline at the Emo Fair on Thursday evening. Children enjoyed an array of fun midway rides, games, and activities.
Sandy Odrowski made good use of the “Little Free Library” on Saturday afternoon when she took out a book for her reading pleasure. The library, which is free for anyone to access, is located on the corner of Third Street East and Minnie Avenue.
Youths who experience mental illness don't always get the care they need.
The systems of support that youths go to first when experiencing mental health problems sometimes lack awareness around what's really going on.
Especially for those who experience psychosis.
Local MPP Greg Rickford officially opened his constituency office here yesterday at 279 Scott St.
“We'll be offering the traditional kinds of services—some of them that you might, for example, get at 'ServiceOntario,'” Rickford said Friday in a conference call with the Times.
Energy minister and local MPP Greg Rickford has been taking steps to make good on Premier Doug Ford's campaign promise of reducing hydro rates by 12 percent.
Rickford's recent decision to scrap more than 750 “green” energy contracts, for a net savings of close to $800 million, is part of his plan for reaching that reduction.
The “Little Free Library” has been serving Fort Frances' reading community for exactly one year now, having started up last August.
The community library acts as a book exchange, where people can drop off and pick up gently-used books that interest them.
“Little Free Library” owner JoAnne Formanek Gustafson said the library has remained self-sufficient and is booming.