The Multiuse/Tennis Court Committee is requesting financial assistance from the Northwest Catholic District School Board at its regular meeting tonight.
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Anyone interested in hearing stories of local residents should stop by the Fort Frances Public Library tonight.
The second-annual “Human Library,” hosted by the library in partnership with the local Celebrating Diversity committee, will run from 6-8 p.m.
There’s still time to vote.
Today is election day, with polls in Rainy River District open until 8:30 p.m. (CDT).
To find out where you vote, find the location and poll number on the voter registration card you should have received in the mail a few weeks ago.
What a difference a year makes.
The Maples Marauders avenged a beating at the hands of the Muskies last season with a 28-7 victory Friday afternoon at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg.
Thunder Bay has been a trouble spot for the Fort Frances Lakers so far this season.
Riley Corbin kicked out 48 shots, and Kristopher Hamlin had two goals and an assist, to lead the Thunder Bay North Stars to a 3-2 win over the visiting Lakers on Saturday night.
A home on the 900 block of Smith Avenue was destroyed by fire early Saturday morning.
The Fort Frances Fire and Rescue Service responded at 6:26 a.m. to find the structure “fully involved.”
That means fire, heat, and smoke are so widespread that internal access must wait until firefighters can use hoses to apply water to the blaze.
An outage east of Fort Frances left 422 Hydro One customers without power for about four hours this morning.
The outage affected those in Mine Centre, Seine River 23A FN, and Lac La Croix FN, as well as in the unincorporated areas of Baker, Tanner, and Perch Lake.
A Hydro One crew responded at 6 a.m., with power restored by 9:30 a.m.
StaffIt was déja vu for the top three teams in the Fort Frances Women’s Volleyball League last night.
How I Set Your Mother (30 points), That’s What She Set (27), and No Diggity (26) all garnered the maximum six points available in their two matches.
“Mother” remains perfect on the season after five weeks, having not yet dropped a set.
Nasty mid-autumn weather took its toll on everyone—from the tournament leader to the Muskies’ hopeful and most everyone in between.
Tyson Morrisseau struggled in the inclement conditions to card a second-round 85 yesterday to finish in a three-way tie for 54th place in the 121-golfer field at the OFSAA boys’ golf championship in Windsor.
John Dutton’s focus wasn’t on the numbers to the left of his team members’ names on the results sheet, but the ones further to the right.
“I don’t know where they placed for sure, and I don’t even care,” the Muskie cross-country running coach said Tuesday shortly after the annual Hial Pike Invitational at the Falls Golf Course.