There is a 20 percent chance of snowshowers tonight.
Look for an overnight low of minus-23 C (10 below zero) and west winds at five-10 m.p.h.
Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy and cold, with a high of minus-18 (zero) and low around minus-23 (nine below).
Winds will be westerly at 10-15 m.p.h., gusting up to 25 m.p.h.
“Something big is moving to the neighbourhood.”
Tbaytel is expected to make an announcement tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the Civic Centre here.
What that news will be remains to be seen, but Tbaytel has piqued people’s interest with advertising in the Times and cards mailed out to local residents.
The federal government is inviting the public to have their say about electoral reform.
All Canadians are being urged to visit www.MyDemocracy.ca or call 1-844-690-8363 before Dec. 30 and take part in the national conversation.
The town could get another tug boat.
Council will vote tonight whether to accept the donation of a Russel Bros. logging tug boat which currently is dry-docked in International Falls.
Third-period magic only will get a team so far if it doesn’t play up to par during the first two periods.
Five unanswered goals in the final frame powered the Fort Frances Lakers to a 6-1 win over the Thief River Falls Norskies here Friday night in the opener of a home-and-home series.
The last step turned out to be the toughest.
Eric Pitkanen had the lone goal for the Muskie boys’ hockey team yesterday in a 2-1 loss in the final of the championship bracket at the Crocus Plains Victoria Inn tournament in Brandon, Man.
Laker Jack Bernie redirected a shot past Thief River Falls Norskies’ goalie Sam Novak for his second goal of the game to give Fort Frances a 3-1 lead in the third period en route to a 6-1 victory Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Liam Maitland of the Fort Frances Green’s Brand Source Hawks was in full stride bringing the puck up ice during the second period of yesterday’s gold-medal game against the Fort Frances Lions at the Emo-Devlin-Barwick Minor Hockey Association’s PeeWee ‘A’ tournament at the Emo-La Vallee Arena.
Karen Haney, second from left, and Brenda Haney, right, handed over a donation of non-perishable food items to paramedics Chad Buist and Kyley Engstrom outside of Safeway during the annual “Stuff-a-Cruiser” campaign Saturday.
HARTFORD, Conn. — An appeal before the Connecticut Supreme Court is adding to the divided legal landscape nationwide surrounding the validity of cellphone tower evidence used in criminal trials.
BRUNSWICK, Maine — Federal fishing regulators say they are looking to change the way they manage Atlantic halibut in the wake of a surge in catch of the fish.
The government lists Atlantic halibut as “overfished” and conservationists want to protect it. But many fishermen say the catch is up because the stock has been rebuilt over recent years.
BELGRADE, Serbia — Even a small bar of chocolate can trigger a big row in the Balkans.
The president of Croatia has issued a public apology for handing out packages of sweets that included Serbia-made chocolate to children in Dubrovnik, the ancient Adriatic Sea resort attacked and damaged by the Serb-led Yugoslav army in 1991.
Who says you can only enjoy a charcuterie board when you go out to eat? Restaurants have made them a diner’s favourite and many restaurants become destinations based on their ability to source great meats and cheeses.
Jeweled breads, studded with candied fruits and nuts, are hallmarks of the Christmas holiday, traditions brought by European immigrants as they settled across the United States. Fruitcake, panettone, and julekake are favourites, but for many, the Christmas stollen is king.