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Craig wins bronze at provincials

Susie Grynol and John Craig attended the provincial trampoline championships March 27-29 in Ottawa, hosted by the Spring Action Trampoline Club there.

Some 160 athletes from all over the province participated by receiving a qualifying provincial score of 30.0 or novice national score of 46.5 at the regional qualifiers.

NWOTA favours proposed fish limit cuts

While the deadline for public input into the proposed cuts to fish limits in Northwestern Ontario already has passed, the Northwestern Ontario Tourism Association wanted to add its name to the list of those in favour of the move.

“Absolutely because, in the long term, it will be a benefit to the resources,” NWOTA president Donna Hanson said Friday morning.

Figure skaters to perform ‘Beauty and the Beast’

The Border Figure Skating Club will perform Disney’s version of “Beauty and the Beast” when it stages its annual ice show this weekend at Memorial Arena.

Close to 100 skaters, aged three to 17, will take to the ice for two shows, running between 90 minutes and two hours. The first goes Saturday at 7 p.m. while the second is slated Sunday at 2 p.m.

KCs finish banner season with fourth tourney title

The local KC PeeWee hockey rep team shut out DePere (Wis.) 4-0 Sunday afternoon to win the ‘A’ final of the eight-team International Invitational Tournament in International Falls.

Nathan Miller, assisted by A.J. Tucker, opened the scoring just 6:45 into the first period. The KCs then dominated play in the second, increasing their lead to 3-0 after 30 minutes.