It may be all over but the crying for the Muskie boys' hockey team.
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The Fort Frances Sportsmen's Club held its annual general meeting Monday night at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre, which drew about 30 members and guests.
Henry Miller gave the Zone 'A' report and also updated everyone on the elk herd reintroduction project in Northwestern Ontario.
Montana Plasky and Greta Fedoruk got airborne in Port Colborne against some of the best skaters in their age group in the province.
The two Border Skating Club members took part in the 2017 Skate Ontario Championships there last week, with varying degrees of success.
A snub before the semi-finals fired up an already ambitious group of Canadians to the point where they left the rest of the tournament field red, white, and very blue.
Grace Petsnick wasn't going to the West Edmonton Mall just for the shopping, but she came home with some most impressive jewellery nonetheless.
One of four Borderland Judo Club members competing at the Edmonton International Judo Championships from March 7-9, Petsnick went 4-for-4 in her bouts to claim the gold medal in the U16 female under-63 kg division.
It doesn't take Kate Forget long to respond to the query of what she'll miss most now that her three-year stint as head coach of the Rainy River Figure Skating Club likely has come to an end.
The new “Guide to Eating Ontario Fish” has been published and provides easy-to-use information about the types and amounts of fish that are safe to eat from more than 2,400 fishing locations across Ontario.
While fish can be an important part of a balanced diet, they also can contain harmful contaminants.
Wayne Strachan can hear the nay-sayers loud and clear.
Now it's up to his troops to silence them.
An Ignace man has been fined a total of $5,000 for an illegal moose hunt.
Roy Parker pleaded guilty and was fined $3,500 for hunting a cow moose without the proper licence and $1,500 for trespassing for the purpose of hunting.
Parker also was issued a one-year big-game hunting suspension.
Fulfilling others' requests works well for Jeremy Mann.
The assistant coach of Mighty Mustang Wrestling in International Falls said there's a simple explanation why the third-annual “Top of the Nation” Folkstyle Wrestling Championship meet is being held at Falls High School this Sunday (March 26) instead of its April date of previous years.