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Missing man

As the search for Chauncey Grover enters its second week, Treaty Three Police have been joined by the OPP Rainy River Detachment.

Chauncey Lyle Grover, 30, was last seen on January 15, on Couchiching First Nation. Since then, family, friends and community members have joined with police for an extensive ground search through the region by snowshoe.

Police ask public to help locate a missing person

Treaty Three Police Service is asking for assistance in locating a male from the First Nation Territory of Couchiching in the Rainy River District.

30 year old Chauncey Lyle GROVER was last seen in Couchiching First Nation on Jan. 18, 2020 at approximately 9:00 a.m. He was last seen wearing a multicoloured toque, a long black jacket, blue jeans and black hi-top running shoes.

'Country Rewind' to perform next month

The Country Band, “Country Rewind” will perform some of the greatest country hits, Karaoke Style in the Emo Legion on Feb. 8, 2020, starting at 7 p.m. The cost of admission for the evening of entertainment and dancing will be only $5. Sing along, dance and enjoy a night down memory lane with this group from Atikokan. Come out for a great evening and support the Emo Legion.

Tourism in focus

Creating a path forward for tourism development and marketing in Fort Frances has been the focus of the town's Municipal Accommodation Tax Committee as of late.

Rynic Consulting was recently hired by the town to assist in the development of these plans and spent a few days last week working with the committee.