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Making Contact

Paul Visser of Sight & Sound ripped an offering from Big Island’s Carl Big George Jr. during the sixth inning of their match last Thursday evening at the VanJura Stadium. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo

Hockey hopscotch

Nicole Horn, 10, jumped her way through a hockey stick obstacle this morning at the ‘52 Canadians Arena. Horn was one of the 19 youths involved with a sports camp that is being run until the end of the week. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos


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Woodland antics

Members of the Nature Conservancy of Canada, the Rainy River Watershed Program, and the Rainy River Valley Field Naturalists held an impromptu dance around “Chester” – a statue carved by Rick Neilson at Neilson’s farm north of Stratton on Saturday night. The statue burned until dawn. –Michael Hilborn photo

Cordoned off

A team of OPP divers was expected to arrive in Fort Frances late this morning to search an area of Sand Bay near the VanJura ball diamond at Pither’s Point. Police would not reveal what the divers were looking for, but did confirm the site is the subject of a crime unit investigation. Police have been on the scene since yesterday.

—Wes Gilbertson photo