The town received a one-paragraph letter from LM Architects of Winnipeg late Monday afternoon requesting seven more days to determine if a proposed double-rink ice facility can be built here within the $4.9-million budget.
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“She’s one heck of a airplane.”
That’s how Vic Davis of Sportsmen’s Airways on Rainy Lake described what a recent engine conversion has done for the capability of one of the Otter aircraft used in his flying business.
Several of the provincial government’s ministries have pooled their resources to offer an incentive for businesses to employ summer students.
But businesses in Northern Ontario are getting less incentive.
To survive the changes, northern communities must learn to stick together.
It’s a point delegates took home to their respective communities after the annual general meeting of the Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association last weekend in Thunder Bay.
The Koochiching County Sheriff’s Department is continuing its investigation into last Wednesday’s shooting incident in which an off-duty employee of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources fired upon two Rainy River First Nation men.
The provincial budget brought down yesterday predictably drew a mixed reaction.
NDP leader and local MPP said the Harris government wants you to buy their goods now and pay later—and pay and pay and pay.
“Don’t be fooled by their sales pitch,” Hampton warned. “They’re not only selling you a bill of goods, they’re also trying to buy your vote.
The Border Concert series closed out another great season April 25 with the appearance of “Hotlanta” at Backus Auditorium in International Falls.
From the opening number, “Wolverine Blues,” the Atlanta-based sextet had the audience clapping, toe-tapping, and humming along with many of the great tunes from the early days of Dixieland.
Making the honour roll at Fort High could pay off—literally.
A group of students in the Honour Society is canvassing local businesses to participate in an academic recognition program at the high school.
Melanie Halvorsen, a grade 11 student, said the idea was brought up to students by teacher Marnie Cumming.
Come mid-July, two local teenagers will get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to mingle with 6,000 other teens from around the world when they attend the Presbyterian Youth Triennium in Indiana.
Amanda Cotterill, 15, and Shaunna Cuthbertson, 16, two youth members of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church here, will attend the one-week conference slated July 21-26 at Purdue University.
Canada’s premier aerobatics flying team—the Snowbirds 431 Air Demonstration Squadron—is set to take to the skies over the Fort Frances Airport on May 28 at 6 p.m.
The nine red, white, and blue jets, complete with smoke oil, will criss-cross the aerial stage in a captivating display that includes 55 separate maneuvers with no more than 10 seconds between sequences.