With their perfect season on the line, the Sight & Sound Wolves decided to throw a wrench into the Fort Frances Braves' plans.
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Another SIJHL season is almost upon us.
The Fort Frances Lakers yesterday announced its four-game pre-season schedule for the 2018-19 season.
Fort Frances will do battle in a pair of home-and-home series—the first coming against the Minnesota Iron Rangers
Duane Carlson wasn't going to let his squad's season come to an end.
Carlson crushed a walk-off homer in the bottom of the eighth to lift the second-seeded Sight & Sound Wolves into the Rainy River District Fastball League's East Division final with a thrilling 6-5 win over the fourth-seeded Windey's Warriors in the Loser's Side final Tuesday night at VanJura.
Al's Racquet Stringing wasn't going to lose three games in a row—not if Natalie Desjardins could help it.
Desjardins scored four times, including a natural hat trick in the second half, to pace Al's to a 6-1 romp over a short-handed La Place Rendez-Vous squad in Borderland Soccer League women's division action Tuesday night at the St. Francis Sports Field.
Talk about catching fire at the right time.
The fifth-seeded Fort Frances Mud Dogs used a seven-run fourth inning to roll to a 12-7 win over the sixth-seeded Big Grassy Lynx in a Loser's Side playoff matchup in Rainy River District Women's Fastball League action Monday night at the St. Francis Sports Field.
The Fort Frances Braves are looking like a well-oiled machine with championship aspirations on its mind.
Travis Tom homered twice to pace the top-ranked Braves to a 11-3 romp over the second-seeded Sight & Sound Wolves in Rainy River District Fastball League third-round East Division playoff action at VanJura.
It was time for a pair of new faces to shine at the Emo Speedway on Saturday night.
Tyler Brown and Aaron Blacklance both nabbed their first checkered flags of the Borderland Racing Association season in the WISSOTA Modifieds and Midwest Modifieds divisions.
Brown, from Rainy River, earned his win over the likes of Brady Caul of Fort Frances and hometown star Brody Strachan.
Local MPP Greg Rickford recently finalized agreements for three constituency offices across the Kenora-Rainy River riding.
“For Fort Frances, we finalized the lease,” Rickford said Friday in a conference call with the Times.
“We'll be in the downtown core with a great offering for folks down there,” he noted.
Earlier this month, the Ontario government announced the curriculum modernization summer writing sessions were being cancelled.
The modernization process was aimed at including First Nation, Métis, and Inuit partners while developing the new curriculum, which was one of the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report.
The tide is starting to turn for Manitou Forest Products in the Borderland Soccer League.
After snapping a six-game losing streak last Wednesday with a 1-0 win over Centra Pipelines, they battled top-ranked CJ Contracting to a 1-1 tie in men's division action Monday night.
Jeremy Nussbaumer netted Manitou's (4-6-2) lone goal while Jacob Albright was solid between the pipes.