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Teen found

A young female reported missing last week has been located.

Police said Trivena Andy, 14, of Devlin was located safe and sound this morning at a youth shelter in Winnipeg.

Police are being assisted by Weechi-it-te-win Family Services for her return to Rainy River District.

Clean sweep for Eagles

The Dryden Eagles used home court and their first-round byes to full advantage Friday—sweeping all four NorWOSSA court sport crowns.

The Muskie senior and junior girls’ basketball teams trounced Kenora in the semi-finals but the long day of travel, coupled with playing against rested Eagles’ squads, cost both in the finals.

Dance Fire book set to be unveiled

Neil McQuarrie, author of the highly-anticipated book, “Dance is on Fire!” will be in attendance for the book’s unveiling on Friday, Nov. 14 from 1-5 p.m. at the Emo Inn in Emo and again on Saturday, Nov. 15 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Pharmasave in Fort Frances.

He will be available to sign pre-ordered copies, as well as give a short introduction.

Rafferty swept every poll here in town

As the election dust starts to settle, returning offices across the country are releasing finalized poll by poll vote counts.

Little has changed from the preliminary results for the Thunder Bay-Rainy River riding, where NDP candidate John Rafferty was elected with 14,478 votes (40.3 percent).

He was followed by incumbent Liberal Ken Boshcoff with 11,589 votes (32.2 percent).