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Golf tourney goes Sunday

The club championships at Kitchen Creek is expected to run as planned this Sunday (Sept. 16), with a 10 a.m. shotgun start.

Divisions include men's, ladies', seniors', and juniors' for a cost of $20/person.

To sign up, call the Kitchen Creek pro shop at 274-4653 or drop by in person.

Jimmy the Janitor preview

“Jimmy the Janitor,” a popular Canadian radio character, will be coming back to Fort Frances in October, performing at the Townshend Theatre as a special fundraising event for the 908 Rainy Lake Air Cadets.

“I think it's great humour,” said Patrick Langevin, who is spearheading the event.

“'Jimmy' is well-known all across Canada for being a great one-man show,” he added.

Unusual spud

Dixie Kivi of North Branch brought this unusual potato into the Times' office on Monday. It seems to be a fusion of eight potatoes in one and it was the only tater produced by its plant.

Duo tops again at 'Bassin For Bucks'

Another fishing tournament culminated in yet another win for Jeff “Gussy” Gustafson.

After claiming a second-straight International Falls Bass Championship title alongside Scott Dingwall last month, Gustafson of Keewatin teamed up with Kenora's Mike Reid to nab the crown at the 23rd-annual “Bassin For Bucks” in Sioux Narrows over the weekend.