The Treaty #3 Police Service, along with a number of police services throughout Ontario, recently participated in “Operation Northern Spotlight,” a co-ordinated, national effort to end human trafficking.
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The Muskie girls' hockey team will host the annual Scott Clendenning Memorial Showcase this weekend.
Four teams are taking part, with action getting underway Friday at 2:15 p.m. at the Ice For Kids Arena.
It will be business as usual over the next two weeks for a group of Muskie cross-country runners.
Four practices a week. Same intensity. But with a new motivation.
A trip to the OFSAA championships Nov. 4 in Petawawa.
Talk about a comeback.
After losing the first two sets by identical 25-23 scores, the Muskie junior boys' volleyball team definitely found itself in a hole last Thursday against the visiting Dryden Eagles.
But the black-and-gold stormed back, winning the next two sets by scores of 26-24 and 25-18 before taking the fifth-and-deciding one 16-14.
Three deer hunters from Cottam, Ont. have been fined a total of $2,500 for illegal deer hunting.
Lyndsay Webster and Cody Webster pleaded guilty and each were fined $500 for possessing a loaded firearm within eight metres of the edge of the travelled portion of a roadway.
They also received one-year hunting suspensions.
If the Fort Frances Lakers hope to have success against the Thief River Falls Norskies going forward, they had best heed a lesson learned from their last game.
Get off to a better start.
The Fort Frances Lakers' three-game winning streak is over.
The Lakers were beaten 3-1 by Thief River Falls here Saturday night as the red-hot Norskies won their 10th-straight game to start the regular season.
Parker Simonson, Jared Pedersen, and Connor Bowey each garnered two points to propel the visitors to victory.
Scared Hitless was the lone team to garner the maximum six points in Fort Frances Women's Volleyball League action last night.
Both How I Set Your Mother and Gillons' captured five points on the night, with Kiss My Pass and Let's Talk About Sets each taking four.
Take a Hit and No Diggity wound up with three points apiece.
The Muskie boys' volleyball teams both endured marathon matches here yesterday.
Unfortunately, opposite outcomes resulted.
Trailing two sets to one, the juniors rallied for a 3-2 win over the Dryden Eagles to improve to 5-1 in NorWOSSA play.
But the senior squad lost 3-2 to the Eagles to drop to 2-4 in league action.
Set scores were unavailable at press time.
Several members of the Muskie cross-country team have advanced to the OFSAA championships next month.
The Midget girls' team, led by bronze-medallist Greta Fedoruk (16:11), took first place in the 4K race at the NWOSSAA championships yesterday in Thunder Bay.