The planning process is underway for a new OPP detachment to be built on the open property between Flinders Place and the sewage treatment plant in the west end of town.
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The Fort Frances Her-icanes have just one blemish on their record this season.
On Monday night, the defending champs let the team that put it there know they hadn't forgotten.
Charity McMahon scored four runs in helping spark the 'Canes to a 19-8 rout of the Fort Frances Mud Dogs in Rainy River District Women's Fastball League East Division action at VanJura.
Step right up!
The Centra Pipeline circus is about to begin, featuring Max Williams in the role of ringmaster.
Williams set a new league-high for goals in one game this season with five in Centra's 8-1 romp over Pharmasave in Borderland Soccer League men's division play Monday night.
At least two familiar faces will suit up again for the Fort Frances Lakers this coming season.
Defenceman Connor Keith and forward Jack Bernie became the first two players from last year's squad to have their return confirmed by the team earlier this week.
It was tough to tell what was causing Sheldon Kelly Sr. more agony: his injury or watching his son struggle for the first time in taking his place.
On the other side, it was the opposite scenario as the father replaced the son with positive results.
They had some flash in their splash.
The premiere performers for the Fort Frances Aquanauts were justly rewarded for another great season at the squad's annual year-end awards banquet last Wednesday at Sha Sha Resort east of International Falls.
The award winners included:
Groups and organizations will receive shares this evening of the $55,000 the Town of Fort Frances has been granted by the Moffat Family Fund this year.
A call for applications was out in this spring, and clubs, groups, and organizations which help children, families, and the “less advantaged” had until March 23 to apply.
“Bo” knows fastball.
Jeffrey (Bo) Thomas was virtually unhittable Sunday—tossing a pair of complete-game shutouts in leading the Big Grassy Lightning to first place in the fifth-annual Sabaskong Lakers/Cubs Men's Fastball Challenge Tournament.
Jamie Davis hinted he might take this past Saturday off from the racetrack.
Everyone in the WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds division would have preferred he had taken his own hint.
Instead, the Devlin native captured the feature race for the third-straight week in Borderland Racing Association action at the Emo Speedway.
A local company is asking permission from town council to use the waterways, public docks, and beaches surrounding the town for the operation of its water sports business.