Those wanting to give the young soccer player or players in their house the best chance to succeed on the field should get online on Family Day.
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Whether you want to get active outdoors or stay inside and have fun, there’s a slew of Family Day activities in store locally on Monday.
The Memorial Sports Centre here will host a free family skate from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and a free family swim from 1:15-3 p.m.
A parent or guardian must accompany their children on the ice or in the water.
A Fort Frances swimmer was deemed the cream of the crop last week.
Donovan Taylor was named the Summit League Conference swimmer-of-the-week after a terrific effort representing the South Dakota State Jackrabbits at the Minnesota Challenge meet in Minneapolis on the weekend.
The former Fort Frances Aquanaut swam to gold in the 200m I.M. and 200m butterfly.
Not even Old Man Winter could cool down Josh Mastin on Monday.
The top scorer in the Fort Frances Men’s Basketball League stood out in leading Team Black to another pair of wins as the squad extended its lead atop the standings.
This is not how a contender is supposed to act.
The Dylan Johnston rink from Thunder Bay, featuring Devlin native Mike Badiuk at third and Travis Showalter from Nestor Falls at lead, are in an early hole after an 0-2 start yesterday at the men’s provincial playdowns in North Bay.
There were no hats thrown but it still was a pretty sharp trick pulled off by Maggie Jean.
Three goals from this season’s most potent scorer fuelled a 6-1 win for the Wright Physiotherapy Rockettes over the Shear Serenity Strykers in Borderland Women’s Indoor Soccer League action last night at Fort High.
Fort Frances High School will have a group of new students this fall.
Grade 7-8 students from J.W. Walker will be moved there effective Aug. 29 to address the over-capacity issue at their school.
The Rainy River District School Board approved the recommendation put forth by the finance committee during its regular monthly meeting last Tuesday.
It took 20 weeks but the best offensive producer in the SIJHL finally got his due.
Fort Frances Lakers’ forward Dylan Robertson yesterday was named the Amyotte’s Awards & Promotions performer-of-the-week after helping his team to a pair of weekend wins.
The Town of Fort Frances won’t be participating in the Canada 150 Mosaic—a national project to create a mosaic mural for Canada’s 150th celebration in 2017.
Town council is sporting a full agenda this evening, with a slew of presenters slated.
First up, council will receive a presentation from Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre CEO Alicia Subnaik Kilgour and board chair Andrew Hallikas on the library’s new strategic plan.
Then it will hear from resident Carey Basaraba regarding proper protocols for government.