A nice Sunset Country pike took the bait.
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Chris Savage with a beautiful Sunset Country lake trout. They are found in many lakes across the region.
Fire Prevention Capt. Wayne Riches of the Fort Frances Fire and Rescue Service helped pack up Christmas hampers on Dec. 17 at the Salvation Army here. A team consisting of Riches, Kyle Pace, Doug Wright, Real DeGagne, his daughter, Elizabeth DeGagne, Tyler Moffitt, Brad Townson, Dean Tibbs, and Gavin Payne put together more than 150 hampers.
Jigging spoons work great for catching walleyes under the ice.
Dishes made this semester by students in the “Food and Culture” course at Fort High have included pitas and lentil soup as a dish representative of Egypt, left, and various stir-fry noodles and pork for Japan (above).
Morson resident Calvin Bombay and his wife, Gloria Tuesday, showed off Bombay's creation, “Koolar the Snowman," on Sunday. Standing at 11', 10" in height, the snowman, which can be seen clearly from Highway 621, has drawn a fair amount of attention and a photo of "Koolar" even appears on The Weather Network's website. Bombay said he built "Koolar" for the kids as well as to get the exercise.
It's important to be safe on the ice early in the season.
Just in time for the holidays, Borderland Pride's “Metal Petals” fundraiser has expanded to include poinsettias handmade by Cindy Judson with recycled metal from Cloverleaf Grocery in Emo. The poinsettias cost $35 (Cdn.) which are available at Betty's along with a selection of other models. Sales of these items will go a long way to funding further Pride festivities in Borderland.
Mildred Bedard of Fort Frances posed with her framed certificate last week after being presented with the Sister Kennedy Centre's Senior Citizen of the Year Award for 2017.
Youth anglers across Northwestern Ontario are going to have the chance to be part of a high school fishing team in 2018.