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Lions still unbeaten in men's hoops

The games were much higher-scoring in Fort Frances Men's Basketball League action last Tuesday night at Fort High.

The first game of the night saw the RBC Lions aiming to keep their perfect record intact against the BDO Ballerz.

In the only close game of the night, RBC found themselves in the unusual spot of being behind for much of the first half.


An article in yesterday's Times incorrectly listed local figure skaters Jordyn Seguin, Whitney Williamson, Hallee Nugent, and Mya Scott-Thompson as part of the Border Skating Club.

In fact, they all are members of the Northern Lights School of Skating, which is directed and owned by Ashley Cumming.

The Times regrets any confusion or disappointment this error may have caused.

Court teams earn split

The four Muskie court teams travelled to Kenora on Tuesday to open the NorWOSSA regular season against the Broncos, with mixed results.

The senior girls' volleyball squad came away victorious in straight sets, taking the best-of-five match by scores of 25-15, 55-15, and 25-22.

It was much of the same for the Muskie juniors as they also won 3-0 (25-10, 25-17, and 28-26).

Gas price review sought

Local MPP Greg Rickford on Friday called on the Competition Bureau to review gasoline and diesel retail prices in Northwestern Ontario.

“Our [government] has followed through and taken steps to cut gas prices in Ontario,” noted Rickford, who also is the minister of energy, northern development and mines.