In the late evening of March 26, members of the OPP's Community Street Crime Unit, Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, North West Region Emergency Response Team, and the Canine Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in Fort Frances.
With March having been Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and the Nelson Medicine Professional Corp. and Fort Frances Community Clinic are encouraging you to get screened!
Men and women aged 50-74, who have no first-degree family history (i.e., parent, sibling, or child) of colon cancer, should complete a Colon Cancer Check fecal occult blood test (FOBT) every two years.
The Morley municipal office last week was filled to capacity with farmers from across the district looking to learn about their animals' health.
“It was awesome. I was really shocked by the number of people we actually had in attendance," said Dr. Stacey Angus, host of the "Vet Night” event.
“We were a full house," she added. "We used every chair in the building.”
Confederation College's Fort Frances campus welcomed staff, students, alumni, and their family members for its 50th anniversary celebration last Wednesday night.
Past students had a chance to connect with each other and reminisce about the school's history.
While Ontario continues to face an opioid crisis, police south of the border are working to get a different drug off the streets.
Meth use has become an increasingly problematic drug in International Falls and Koochiching County.
Guthrie United Church in Devlin will host its annual “Spring Fling” tea and bake sale this Saturday (April 7) at the Devlin Hall.
The event runs from 2-3:30 p.m., with the draws beginning at 3 p.m.
This always enjoyable event also will feature a penny table, bake table, and cookie walk.
Becoming aware of drug use in the community, understanding addiction as an illness, and how to help those who are struggling were a few of the key issues district residents learned about at the “Substance Awareness and Pathways to Healing” conference held here last week.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry laid 16 charges and issued 21 warnings during a one-day aerial enforcement patrol in the Thunder Bay area.