FFHS Grade 12 co-op student Scott Cottam, left, who is doing his placement at Investors Group, drew the winner of the Kiwanis Club’s “Trip of the Month” draw for October yesterday at International Travel Services as Kiwanian Robin Wright looked on. Joanne and Shawn Spence of Fort Frances will be heading to St. Petersburg, Fla.—a trip valued at $3,600.
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The rest of the Fort Frances Women’s Volleyball League has the “Mother” of all problems to deal with.
How I Set Your Mother made it 3-for-3 with yet another six-point night last night to remain in first place with 18 points.
That’s What She Set has its own three-week streak going—notching another five points to move into second place with 15.
The four Muskie court sports teams look to be quite happy to make themselves at home—even if it’s in somebody else’s roost.
Fort High ignored proper guest etiquette by sweeping the host Dryden Eagles in NorWOSSA action yesterday.
The junior Muskies (2-0) beat the Eagles (0-1) by a 3-1 count (25-13, 22-25, 25-15, and 25-18).
Workers at Gingrich Woodcraft Inc., who were terminated in August when they voted to unionize and join Unifor, received a significant settlement yesterday at the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
A significant settlement was reached today at the Ontario Labour Relations Board for employees of Gingrich Woodcraft Inc. who were terminated in August when they voted to unionize and join Unifor.
The owners had shut down the custom cabinet-making factory, claiming their religious beliefs precluded them from working with a union.
Consultant Ferg Devins of The Devins Network Inc. spoke about the importance of using social media, and provided other marketing advice, during a seminar Tuesday evening at the Copper River Inn here. More than two dozen participants attended the two-hour seminar, which was sponsored by the Rainy River Future Development Corp. and Fort Frances Times.
Town council has amended the town’s traffic control bylaw to allow for new loading zones and remove special parking restrictions.
Council approved the following changes at its meeting Monday night:
With the new watermain along King’s Highway between Webster Avenue and the west entrance of Tim Hortons going into service, there will be more modifications to the temporary traffic control plan starting late Monday afternoon (Oct. 5).
The following detour will be in place:
The Fort Frances Lakers were ‘Star’-struck last night.
Jake Robinson scored twice and Riley Corbin turned aside 39 shots to lift the host Thunder Bay North Stars to a 6-3 win over the Lakers last night.