The town is currently working on developing its next strategic plan which will help guide the municipality in all of its decisions-making and provide a vision of what the community can look like in three years.
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An article in yesterday's times regarding the Muskie junior girls' basketball team had some incorrect information.
The story wrongly listed Anna and Ayiana Gagne as being sisters when, in fact, they are just great friends.
The Times regrets any inconvenience this error may have caused.
If you're looking for an activity for your child, or just for you, over the winter, then the place to be tonight is the Memorial Sports Centre.
The auditorium at the arena will play host to the one-stop “Sport & Club Registration Night” from 5-7 p.m., offering everyone a chance to learn more about the clubs operating around town, as well as register to participate with them.
As September rolls into town once again, it's time to gear up for an annual charity event.
The Terry Fox Run is set to go on Sunday, Sept. 15 at the Sorting Gap Marina, and with it comes the chance to help those in need.
The event is being run by the Fort Frances Volunteer Bureau, and organizer Judy Koski said the day is as straightforward and important as it's ever been.
The Town of Fort Frances has issued a Notice of Seizure for close to $500,000 in unpaid taxes to 2670568 Ontario Limited, which is a subsidiary of Riversedge Developments—the current owner of the Fort Frances mill.
The Notice of Seizure was put on the entrances to the mill properties yesterday morning in an effort to protect taxpayers, according to town CAO Doug Brown.
The summer months were challenging for the Fort Frances Library Technology Centre.
In rapid succession, the library lost its CEO, IT co-ordinator, and most senior librarian.
It was a day of celebration, tradition and possibilities as Seven Generations Education Institute (SGEI) held a grand opening ceremony for its new campus on Couchiching First Nation last Wednesday.
The Fort Frances campus, officially called Niizhwaaching Aanikoobijigeng Gikinoo'amaadiiwigamig, is a state-of-the-art project years in the making.
Construction along Second Street East is continuing to progress well with all water main, sanitary sewer main, and related sewer and water services now installed.
But testing of the water main still needs to be done before it can be put back into service, according to Operations and Facilities manager Travis Rob.
A new “Coffee Break" season will begin with a "welcome” breakfast next Wednesday (Sept. 18) at 9:30 a.m. at the Emo Christian Reformed Church (18 Meadow Street).
Breakfast will be followed by a time of fellowship and an introduction to their first Bible study, “Discover the Sermon on the Mount,” which will begin on Sept. 25.
The Ford government's continued cuts and downloading of provincial costs onto municipal taxpayers was an area of concern for township representatives at a recent executive committee meeting in Thunder Bay.