- —Photo courtesy of Michael Christianson/Dryden Observer
Bill Salonen presented the trophy bearing his name to Lakers’ captain Miles Nolan on Saturday night in Dryden following Fort Frances’ 3-1 win over the Ice Dogs in Game 6 to take the best-of-seven SIJHL final by a 4-2 margin.
- —Duane Hicks photo
These two- and three-year old students enrolled in Dancemakers School of Dance won over the hearts of the audience during the school’s 16th-annual recital Saturday evening at the Townshend Theatre. The show, which also ran Friday night, featured dozens of dance numbers reflecting students of varied styles.
- —Joey Payeur photo
Kayla Windego of One Hit Wonders (69) and Lena Copenace of Kiss My Pass engaged in a fierce net battle during the third set of the final of the Fort Frances Women’s Volleyball League last night at Fort High. Kiss My Pass upset One Hit Wonders, the league’s top team during the regular season, by a 3-1 margin (16-25, 25-22, 25-19, and 25-19).
- —Heather Latter photo
Students from Christa Gibson’s Grade 4 class at Robert Moore School showed off their ’80s style during a theme day there yesterday. Neon colours, leg warmers, and crimped hair were the dress code for the day.
- —Cameron Penney photo
Fort High students Kayla Stang, left, Socorro Galusha, Hailey Beaudry, Nicole Gage, and Nicole LePine struck a pose during a fashion show yesterday in conjunction with the annual luncheon for Rainycrest volunteers, which this year’s theme being “An Afternoon in Paris.” After enjoying a delicious lunch, voulunteers were served a plate of crêpes for desert.
Nathan Park and Pierce Dushenko were doing mid-air body bumps in full goalie gear.
Roshen Jaswal had a replica championship belt slung over his shoulder.
Sticks, gloves, and helmets strewn all over one half of the ice in a pattern dictated by chaotic merriment.
A trailer burned down at the Lakeview Trailer Court here in the early-morning hours of Saturday.
Fort Frances Fire and Rescue Service responded to the blaze on Pine Crescent after midnight.
The residents, including two adults and five children, escaped the flames.
No injuries were reported.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.