- —Duane Hicks photo
These sled dogs were all ready to take Marla Knutsen and her son, Allister, and daughter, Noelle, on a quick trip around the mill parking lot across from the Times on Saturday during the “Festival of Frost.” Burton Penner of Borealis Dogsled Adventures was a popular draw, with a steady stream of people dropping by to see the dogs and maybe take a ride. See more photos A5.
- —Joey Payeur photo
Canadians’ forward Connor Botsford one-timed this shot past lunging Emo Cowboys’ goalie Cam Croswell and an unidentified defenceman for the insurance goal in a 5-3 victory in the final of the seventh-annual Gus Lindberg Memorial tournament here Sunday.
- —Dave Ogilvie photo
Joanna Hasiuk put the final touches on the holiday gift display at the Emo Drugs, where staff has been busy adding many new gifts for the Christmas season. Stop by, check out their gifts, and pick up something for that special someone on your list.
- —Heather Latter photo
Ainsley Matheson gave Santa a great big hug Saturday morning during the “Breakfast at the North Pole,” which was a fundraiser for St. John’s Anglican Church. Children enjoyed a breakfast of cereal, muffins, and more, in addition to making crafts and talking to the jolly old elf. The event coincided with the inaugural “Festival of Frost” on Scott Street.
- —Duane Hicks photo
Borderland residents were hard at work clearing away white stuff this morning after getting the first major snowfall of the season. Among them were Stan Blasky, left, and Ken Christiansen, who each winter tackle the heroic task of removing snow for their fellow residents of Baeker Bay.
The Soviet Red Army hockey team, in its heyday, had the KLM Line.
The Fort Frances Lakers are proud to present the DLM Line, which recently has been bombing opposing goalies with military-like precision.
Christmas is a time of giving, not only to family and friends but to those in the community less fortunate than you.
One way of helping the latter is through food banks.
Usage of food banks across Canada is near record highs almost four years after the end of the economic recession, according to Food Banks Canada, with Fort Frances and area being no different.