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The NorWOSSA boys' soccer landscape has been painted black-and-gold for the better part of the last decade.
A 2-0 win over the visiting Kenora Broncos last Wednesday afternoon gave the Muskies their eighth-straight league title and yet another trip to the all-Ontarios that kick off tomorrow and run through Saturday in Windsor.
The Rainy River District School Board will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight at the board office here.
Board reports will be given relating to the First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Education Advisory Committee, Audit Committee, Parent Involvement Committee, and Policy Committee.
The Northwest Region logged a single fire incident by yesterday afternoon.
Fort Frances Fire #11 resulted from a downed tree on a power line near Highway 71 north of Little Pine Lake.
The 0.1-hectare blaze since has been declared “out.”
Some Hydro One customers in the west end of Rainy River District suffered an unexpected power outage yesterday afternoon.
Hydro One reported crews had to cut power in order to make repairs to a wire burning on a crossarm.
A total of 718 customers in Lake of the Woods, Pratt, Big Island FN, Morson, Sutherland, and Big Grassy River FN were without power from about 1:45-3 p.m.
On May 29 around 1:45 a.m., members of the Fort Frances OPP received information about two unwanted parties at a residence in Fort Frances.
Officers subsequently attended the residence and located two individuals. Both parties were removed from the residence.
One female was found to be wanted by the OPP and further found to be breaching her release conditions.
Death, taxes, and the Muskie boys' soccer team winning the championship.
Those seemingly are the only certainties in life.
The Muskies netted a pair of goals in the second half as they nabbed their eighth-straight league title with a 2-0 shutout of the visiting Kenora Broncos in the NorWOSSA final yesterday afternoon.
The town will amend its bylaw prohibiting fireworks to include lanterns that use an open flame to float through the air.
The four candidates vying to be the next MPP for Kenora-Rainy River in the June 7 provincial election squared off Thursday night at a forum hosted by the Rainy River Federation of Agriculture.