Friday, November 21, 2014
  • Breaking in
    Breaking in

    Muskie Brent Jourdain got a step on St. Thomas Aquinas Saints’ pursuer Marc Belanger during the first period of Fort High’s 6-2 win here last night.

    Breaking in
  • Purple nails
    Purple nails

    Chantelle Spuzak, an esthetician at Simplicity Professional Hair and Body Care, painted Leslie Danielson’s nails purple there yesterday in honour of the “Shine the Light” Campaign sponsored by Riverside Community Counselling Services. The campaign, which aims to break the silence surrounding woman abuse, is held each November for Woman Abuse and Prevention Month.

    Purple nails
  • Student author
    Student author

    Dressed up for the superhero theme day, Connor Belluz, a Grade 6 student at St. Francis School here, visited students at St. Michael’s yesterday to talk about his recently self-published book, “Creatures of Doom.” The 100-page novel focuses on the main character, Nick, a ninja who comes from the sky and must learn how to survive in the forest since he escaped.

    Student author
  • 'Frost Queen'
    'Frost Queen'

    The “Queen of Frost” (Judy Kielczewski), along with a menagerie of fairies, elves, and other characters, will be making appearances at the “’Twas the Lights Before Christmas” parade in International Falls on Nov. 28, the “Parade of Lights” here on Nov. 29, and “Icebox Days” in January in the Falls.

    'Frost Queen'
  • Back at it
    Back at it

    Garrett Brown knitted away yesterday during the weekly meeting of the Fireside Yarn Club at the Fort Frances Public Library. The club, which has resumed for the winter, meets every Wednesday at 6 p.m. It is open to beginners and experts alike—just bring your own supplies.

    Back at it

Latest news

Mill manager served orders by fire service

The Fort Frances Fire and Rescue Service has been working with personnel at the Resolute mill for the past few months related to fire safety issues at the Fort Frances site.
There was a high level of optimism that the sale of the mill was imminent and that many of the safety issues would be resolved by the sale of the site to a new owner.

Muskie squads cruise to wins

It may have been the best 10-minute misconduct Graeme Kitt ever took.
The Muskies rallied to their teammate’s defence by scoring three times in the final five minutes of the second period en route to a 6-2 victory over the visiting St. Thomas Aquinas Saints (Kenora) in NorWOSSA boys’ hockey action last night.

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