Seven Generations Education Institute's (SGEI) new campus played host to an assortment of dignitaries and VIPs during its grand opening last Wednesday, but the presence of one person not at the event was acknowledged many times over.
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One name was accidentally omitted from a story in last week's Times about the Fine Line Art Gallery having relocated to 326 Scott St.
Diana Kangas should have been included in the list of current Fine Line co-op members.
The Times apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Town council and the four Agency One bands are coming closer to mutually finalizing an agreement regarding Point Park and adjacent park lands.
“Our aim is to begin redeveloping Point Park to be a public park to be enjoyed by residents and tourists as soon as possible,” said Mayor June Caul during last night's council meeting.
A caption on the front page photo of Thursday's Bulletin incorrectly identified business owner Jon Barker as David Barker.
The Times apologizes for any inconvenience or disappointment this may have caused.
The town has a recommendation to approve the purchase of additional equipment for the new triple combination custom lumber fire truck at tonight's council meeting.
The cost of the additional equipment is just over $7,000, bringing the total net tender cost of the fire truck to over $600,000.
Town council had the opportunity to speak with a handful of ministers about issues affecting the municipality late last month at the Association of Municipalities Ontario (AMO) conference in Ottawa.
The 2019 World Ploughing Championship came to Baudette this past weekend and thousands gathered to view the international contest.
Over 50 competitors from 23 different countries competed in the event where Switzerland and Scotland each took first place in two separate divisions.
A community business has been hard at work preparing to get district students to school safe and sound, and they have a brand new facility to work out of this year.
First Student Bus Lines has just recently moved to their new location behind Fastenal on Sixth Street West, and operation supervisor Tracy Mose is excited for the improvements that came along with it.
As one local bus line shifts into gear to get kids to and from school, they've also made a commitment to help out in the community as well.
First Student Bus Line manager Tracy Mose said one of the things she's excited for as the school year ramps up is the increased presence she hopes the business will have in and around Fort Frances.
People with cabins or outposts in and around the Crossroute-Sapawe Forest are encouraged to look through the 2020-2030 Forest Management Plan to see if any areas designated for harvest are near their property.