Alex Marusyk, left, and Ross Kircher had a creative jam session while playing Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River” yesterday evening during an open mic night for 14- to 19-year-olds at the Fort Frances Public Library. The fourth open mic to date, it also was held as a fundraiser for the library.
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Sunday afternoon’s hot weather saw Pam Hawley sitting near the rapids at the Ranier bridge, where she was painting and drawing “A Day in the Life of Ranier” for an upcoming art display Aug. 16 to mark the community’s centennial celebrations.
Jack Kyle, OMAFRA pasture specialist from Lindsay, talked about the merits of the different pasture varieties to those on hand for the Emo Agricultural Research Station’s annual open house last Tuesday evening.
Thrilled with the new CT scanner at La Verendrye Hospital, X-ray technologist Kelly Taggart, centre, posed with the equipment that arrived last Thursday along with Patti Johnson, left, manager of diagnostic imaging, X-ray/ultrasound technologist Bernie Rittau, and X-ray technologist Mark Addison.
Fort Frances emergency teams were called to the CN site on Third Street East behind the LCBO yesterday afternoon to investigate a possible gas leak. Upon arrival, crews found traces of carbon dioxide in the air, which is not harmful. The source of the leak was identified to be a tanker car on a train bound for Winnipeg.
There were lots of crossed fingers as emcee Paul Morrison, left, Joe Thrun, and Jim Moynagh kept their eyes glued to the monitor about to reveal their Day 3 weight on Saturday afternoon. The defending champs ended up with 20.09 pounds to capture a second-consecutive FFCBC crown for the second time.
Paul Jewiss showed off the big bass for Day 1, coming in at a whopping 4.68 pounds. Jewiss and his partner, Mike Graham, ended the day with a 15.44-pound haul—good for 18th spot heading into Day 2 of the 14th-annual Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship today.
Sierra Adams soaked a crowd of bystanders watching the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship’s annual parade of boats late yesterday afternoon. Mike Adams and Vince Godbout (Team #99) decked their boat out with a Hawaiian theme for the parade.
Ian Jodoin accepted his prize from Duncan Keith for being one of the trivia winners as “Duncan Keith Day” committee member Larry Patrick, centre, smiled his approval during Monday’s ceremony at the Ice for Kids Arena.
Chief librarian Margaret Sedgwick, right, showed conceptual drawings of the new library to Deb Avis, vice-president of marketing for Shaw, shortly after yesterday’s announcement of the company’s $175,000 donation to the project. The cash boon brings the “Building for the Future” campaign fundriaising total to $706,000—a big step closer to its goal of $750,000.