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Across the line

Tarran Enge turned on the jets as he skated the puck across the Dryden Paper Kings' blueline during the Fort Frances Atom 'AA' Canadians' 11-5 win in the final of their annual home tournament yesterday afternoon at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena). The Canadians compiled a perfect 5-0 record en route to snaring the gold medal.

Skating in

Tarran Enge turned on the jets as he skated the puck across the Dryden Paper Kings’ blueline during the Fort Frances Atom ‘AA’ Canadians’ 11-5 win in the final of their annual home tournament yesterday afternoon at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena). The Canadians compiled a perfect 5-0 record en route to snaring the gold medal.

'Dress-up Day'

John Cousineau's Grade 1 French Immersion class at St. Michael's School showed off their storybook character costumes for “Dress Up Day” there this morning. Staff and students from all grades got dressed as their favourite characters.

Live autopsy

Grade 12 students at Fort High participated in a “Connected North” session this morning where they were joined via video teleconference with medical professional Ray Vollmer out of St. Louis University to learn about autopsies and forensics. Vollmer conducted a live autopsy, with the students having a chance to ask questions as he went through the process.

Red-hot blues

“The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer," namely Shawn Hall, left, and Matthew Rogers, respectively, tore down the house last Thursday night at the Townshend Theatre. The Vancouver-based blues duo, accompanied by Winnipeg's Andrina Turenne on back-up vocals, was the most recent concert in the 2018-19 "Tour de Fort” series.

Heart cookies

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Tess Coish once again is taking orders for delicious heart-shaped cookies like these. The proceeds from the annual fundraiser this year will help out Samantha Pearson.