The Fort Frances Choraliers brought the sweet sounds of Easter-themed songs to a large group of residents at Rainycrest's Hallett Hall on Saturday afternoon. The theme of this year's Easter cantana was “Hope Alive in Me,” and following the Rainycrest performance, the choraliers sung at the Zion Lutheran Church in International Falls on Sunday.
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Mrs. Sieders' and Mrs. Wood's classes at St. Michaels School shared some smiles last Thursday on “Career Day” where students throughout the school wore outfits depicting the jobs they want to work when they grow up. Some students dressed up as professional hockey players while others put on costumes representing doctors and teachers.
The 908 Rainy Lake Air Cadets were selling for their meat and BBQ draw at their booth during the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce's Business & Community Expo on Saturday at the Fort Frances Curling Club. The funds raised from the draw will be used to offset the cost of sending five of the air cadets on a trip to Europe later this year to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of D-Day.
Kathy Foy, left, and Pam Rittau of the United Native Friendship Centre invite members of the public to come to their main building located on 516 Portage Ave.
Donald Young School students tested their skills at the Mazinibii'an gaye Nisidotan station during the 20th-annual “Quest for Knowledge" event yesterday at Rainy River First Nation. The station's English translation was "Draw it and Understand it” and it was in a Pictionary-style format where teams had to guess the Anishinaabeg word.
Litigation over Point Park could soon be a topic of the past with both town council and Agency One bands optimistic about a positive working relationship going forward.
Those who utilize the Fort Frances Public Library, as well as the libraries in Emo and Rainy River, will now have less services available to them.
The Ontario Library Service (OLS) is responsible for many of the services the local library provides and the province announced a 50 percent cut to its funding earlier this month.
Kerry Manthenga from Stonehenge Therapeutic Community delivered two half-day presentations on methamphetamine use last Monday at La Place Rendez-Vous. Both sessions were completely full. Those who attended work in a broad range of professions from the OPP to mental health support workers.
Businesses and entrepreneurs from across the district and surrounding area will be taking over the Fort Frances Curling Rink this Friday and Saturday for the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce's Business and Community Expo.
The option to eat at a “family-style” restaurant will soon be available to those dining in town.
The old Pizza Hut building on King's Highway is being converted into the “Neighbours Modern Diner” and is set to officially open its doors in June.