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Spike attempt

Jordan York made an unsuccessful attempt at a hit during a senior boys’ volleyball practice last Wednesday at Fort High. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo

Football

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Golf

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Football

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Nice view

This bear slowly succumbed to the effects of a tranquilizer dart while sitting high up in a tree on Scott Street this morning. As luck would have it, the bruin chose a tree next door to the MNR office. The town bylaw department has recevied nearly 80 calls regarding bears in the past three weeks. —Melanie Béchard photo

Watching the green

JR Wilson (left) and BJ Wilson crouched down to read the green on the 18th hole this past Sunday afternoon at the Kitchen Creek Golf Course for the Frog Creek Open. Fifty-six golfers took part in the event that is jokingly dubbed “The Hackers Tournament”, because one must be at least a 16-hadnicap to take part.

River clean-up

Angela Petsnick, left, and her Grade 2/3 class at J.W. Walker School participated in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup Program on Rainy River behind Legion Park yesterday afternoon. The students picked up all forms of garbage, separated them into recyclables and garbage, while their teacher kept track of what kind of trash was found.

Warm welcome

Jack McMaster, centre, was welcomed as the new Education Director of the Rainy River District School Board by board vice-chair Ron McAlister, left, and chair Dan Belluz during a special meeting yesterday evening. The board passed a a resolution to approve the appointment of McMaster, who’s replacing former director Warren Hozshizaki, at that meeting.