Work on the CT Scanner room at La Verendrye Hospital here is continuing in preparation for the new equipment, which is scheduled to be delivered July 23. Patti Johnson, manager of diagnostic imaging for Riverside Health Care Facilities, Inc., pointed out the “footprint” of where the Toshiba Aquilion 64-slice CT scanner will go. It will be operational Aug. 5.
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Only charred remains were left of this house on Boucher Road in Watten Township, near Nickel Lake, after it was struck by lighting around noon Friday. The Watten volunteer fire department battled the blaze, with assistance from the Couchiching Fire Department under a mutual need request.
Michelle Allan, left, and Sheila McMahon, with the United Native Friendship Centre, accepted $8,000 from Mayor Roy Avis at last night’s council meeting—their share of the $54,000 in grant money the town got from the Moffat Family Fund this year.
Chantal Jodoin went up to spike the ball during the annual summer volleyball camp at Fort Frances High School, which wrapped up Friday.
Flames engulfed this home on Boucher Road in Watten Township after it was struck by lightning around noon on Friday.
“Castin’ for Cash” tournament winners Jeff Gustafson, far left, and August Collinson showed off their hardware as emcee Mark Allen voiced his approval during the final weigh-in Saturday at Lake Despair Lodge.
It was a wet start for anglers competing in the annual “Castin’ for Cash” fishing tournament on Lake Despair this morning. The two-day event wraps up tomorrow, with the final weigh-in starting at 3:30 p.m.
“Getting Hooked” fishing show anglers Aaron Shirley, front, and Barry Pringle casted off the boat launch at the Noden Causeway before departing for a day of filming on Rainy Lake Monday.
Sheldon Kelly was all smiles as he trotted around on a horse during the Town of Fort Frances’ summer day camp at Joyce Young’s farm in Devlin yesterday. A group of nine children went up to the farm and participated in relay races while riding the horses.
Rylee Redford was part of the small but enthusiastic group of parents and children who attended the Emo Spray Park committee's Canada Day “Splash Party” at the Lions Park there. The goal for next year is to make July 1, 2009 the grand opening of the new spray park.