Sunday, January 25, 2015
  • Big talent!
    Big talent!

    Brittany Hayes, above left, performed the theme song from the Disney movie, “Beauty and the Beast,” last night during the “Fort Frances Has Talent” show, hosted by the Rainy River District Festival of the Performing Arts at Robert Moore School. Meanwhile, Tatum Ronmark, top right, wowed the audience with her hula-hoop routine.

    Big talent!
  • Puck scramble
    Puck scramble

    Muskie captain Amy Penner (13) had to deal with the defensive hassling of the Warroad Warriors’ Francesca Huerd (19) and Jen Phillips (15) while linemate Jessica Coran arrived on the scene to help during the third period of last night’s exhibition game here. The visitors skated away with a 6-2 victory.

    Puck scramble
  • Repair work
    Repair work

    Public Works crew replaced a valve on the watermain on Colonization Road West yesterday, where area residents had their water temporarily shut off during the work. The job was completed by day’s end.

    Repair work
  • ‘Candlelight’ skate
    ‘Candlelight’ skate

    Tom Kilgour and his daughter, Mackenzie, enjoyed an evening skate at the east-end rink last night as part of a “Candlelight Skate” for families hosted in partnership with the United Native Friendship Centre, Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre, and Sunset Country Métis. The event also included a light dinner, as well as information about the importance of living well with diabetes.

    ‘Candlelight’ skate
  • Reading freedom
    Reading freedom

    Library assistant Penny Shumaker put up a new display Friday at the Fort Frances Public Library in anticipation of “Freedom to Read Week” (Feb. 22-28). In light of the Jan.

    Reading freedom

Latest news

Date set for annual book sale

Looking for something to do this weekend?
How about sorting through books you don’t want anymore so you can donate them to a good cause?
The annual book sale at Revco Carpet here is taking place Feb. 19-21.
Proceeds from this year’s sale will be donated to the local Alzheimer Society and the Mixed Children’s Judo Club.

Muskies, Leafs lose to visitors

All things considered, Scott Clendenning was in pretty good spirits.
That was despite his Muskie girls’ hockey team falling 6-2 to the visiting Warroad Warriors last night at the ’52 Canadians Arena in the second half of a home-and-home exhibition series.
Warroad took the opener 8-1 at home back on Nov. 14.

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