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More foliage could be coming to a park near you.
At tonight's meeting, council will receive a recommendation to endorse the application of CN EcoConnexions or New Gold Community Investment Program for a large-scale tree planting program at the Phair Avenue and Lillie Avenue Park in 2020.
Another race led to another excellent showing by the Muskie cross-country team.
The black-and-gold represented Fort High well at the annual “Turkey Trot” races in Dryden on Thursday.
Trent Wilson wound up first for the fourth race in a row in topping the 49-runner field with a time of 17:51 in the mixed 5K race.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry—Fort Frances District is advising area residents that a “flood outlook” watershed condition statement is in effect in the district until Monday at 5 p.m.
It's getting to be that spooky time of year, and with it an annual tradition returns to Fort Frances.
Organizers are now accepting registration for the sixth-annual“Trunk-or-Treat” to be held on Halloween night in the Fort Frances Public Library parking lot.
Library staffer Samantha Manty explained that the main goal of the event is safety.
Riverside Health Care, in conjunction with the Northwestern Health Unit, has declared the respiratory and gastroenteritis outbreaks over at Rainycrest Long Term Care Home, effective yesterday.
All social events and activities at Rainycrest have resumed. All visitors are now welcome.
At its annual meeting held Sept. 30, the board of directors of the Riverside Foundation for Health Care appointed Delaine McLeod to the position of chair of the board.
McLeod has been on the board since 2016 and has acted as vice-chair since 2018.
McLeod replaces Bill Gushulak who served as chair for the past two years.
It seems a season-opening loss to the Springfield Collegiate Sabres was just the wake-up call the Muskie football team needed.
The Muskies cruised to their third-straight rout, dispatching the Tec Voc Hornets 32-0 in their annual Homecoming game on Friday afternoon at Fort High.
It was a day of mixed results for the Muskie court sport teams against the host Sioux Lookout Warriors yesterday in NorWOSSA action.
Both girls' basketball teams came away victorious while the boys' volleyball squads both suffered losses.
The junior hoopsters improved to a league-best 5-0 with a 47-37 win over the Warriors (0-5).