The building at 261 Scott St. (formerly Nirvana Salon and The Ear Clinic) has new owners.
Guy Donaldson said he and wife, Kelly Spicer, together as “M.C. Laine Holdings Ltd.,” are buying the 2,600 sq. ft. building in the downtown area with the transfer officially to take place tomorrow (Nov. 7).
The Fort Frances High School Music Department’s annual fall musical revue—this year entitled “The 4 Elements—Earth, Fire, Wind, and Rain”—is ready to hit the Townshend Theatre stage tomorrow through Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
“It’s a lot of fun,” enthused Larissa Desrosiers, a recent Fort High graduate who has returned to help out with the show.
Branding is more than a logo. It’s a comprehensive effort to shape a more prosperous future that targets people, activity, and types of economic activity needed to bring a vision to life.
The town will take the first step in a community branding exercise to help shape the community’s future with a workshop to be held here next Wednesday (Nov. 13).
Knox United Church in Fort Frances is hoping to snag a grant from the Aviva Community Fund to help buy an elevator and make the building much more accessible.
But it will need the community’s help—in the form of online voting starting Nov. 11—to do so.
Partners and volunteers of the “Kiss ’n Ride” program here will be saluted tonight—earning the Rainy River District School Board’s “Recognition of Excellence”—for helping to improve the safety of children as they arrive and depart from school.
The Fort Frances Museum welcomes you to “Threadworks 2013,” a juried exhibition of needle art.
Challenged with the theme of “Water,” creative needle artists from across Canada stretch the artistic boundaries to showcase their incredible talent in workmanship and design.
The “Citizen of the Year” committee has met and made a decision as to who the 26th honouree will be.
This decision will be on the agenda next Tuesday (Nov. 12) for council approval.
There were 12 submissions altogether, said Human Resources manager Christine Ruppenstein, who took on the responsibility for “Citizen of the Year” nominations for the first time this year.
The local OPP is being asked to keep distracted driving as one of its top priorities when it comes to enforcement.
The OPP is in the process of gathering input for its 2014-16 business plan and during this morning’s Police Services Board meeting, chair John McTaggart said it needs to be a prominent policing issue both in town and across the district.
It’s Nov. 1 and that means the start of “Movember”—when men around the world grow moustaches to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer.
In an effort to give town residents a chance to do a little cleaning up before the snow is here to stay, the town will waive tipping fees at the local landfill this Saturday (Nov. 2) from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
But the only waste to be accepted free of charge that day will be leaves, tree branches, grass clippings, and garden waste.