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Xmas parade needs floats

The Fort Frances Christmas Parade is in need of your help.

“The parade is Dec. 7 at 5 p.m., we need floats,” said parade organizer Scott Krienke-Turvey.

“This is a community Christmas parade and without community involvement on both sides of it, it doesn't work. Right now we have a limited number of floats, so we're hoping to double or triple that number.”

Malpass scores two to lift Lakers over Thief River Falls

Tyler Malpass seems to be finding his offensive groove lately.

The Sault. Ste. Marie native scored twice to pace the Fort Frances Lakers to a 6-4 win over the Thief River Falls Norskies last night in SIJHL action at the Ralph Engelstad Arena.

It was the second victory in a row for the Lakers after snapping a season high six-game losing skid.

Cover story

Cheryl Behan, left, and Debbie Ballard proudly showed off the November/December 2019 issue of Rug Hooking which sports a photograph of one of Behan's impressive rug hooking pieces. Ballard wrote a feature on Behan for the magazine, focusing on Behan's creative use of colour in her work. The article also features a half-dozen photographs of her colourful rug hooking pieces.

Lakers snap losing streak

Kyle Uzelman had an impressive debut for the Fort Frances Lakers as he collected the game-winner early in overtime and dished out four assists as his new side withstood a big comeback by the expansion Wisconsin Lumberjacks to nab a wild 6-5 decision in SIJHL action on Saturday night at the Spooner Civic Center.

Muskie boys win Dryden tourney

It's been a great start to the season for the Muskie boys' hockey team.

After dispatching the host Kenora Broncos by a 13-0 count last Tuesday, the black-and-gold followed that up by going 4-0 and snaring the title at the annual Dryden Eagles' tournament held Friday and Saturday.

The Muskies opened play on Friday morning with a 6-1 win over the Red Lake Rams.

Muskies claim first WHSFL title

The Muskie football team was able to cap an impressive season with a championship.

An electrified offence scored early and often and the defence got stops when it need to as the third-ranked Muskies snared their first-ever WHSFL title with a 65-49 win over the fourth-place Churchill Bulldogs in the Canad Inns Bowl on Saturday afternoon at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg.