Tyler Brusven tried to get a hold of Clippers’ running back Conor Stevenson during the visitors’ 65-0 rout over the Muskies on Friday afternoon. The 0-6 black-and-gold will try to end the regular season on a winning note this Friday versus the host Kildonan East Reivers.
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Nearly 80 people turned out for the first-annual Rainy River District Havest Dinner on Saturday night at the Kitchen Creek Golf Club. The five-course meal showcased local foods, including the main course of Frenched pork loin with smoked apple chutney, classic filet mignon with sauce bordelasie, and peppered escalopes of elk tenderloin.
Maryam Sied, foreground, got behind the wheel of a fire truck as Timothy and Melissa Hughes came along for the “ride” Saturday morning at Canadian Tire. The Fort Frances Fire and Rescue Service was there to promote “Fire Prevention Week” (Oct.
Joanne Davis, a child development worker at the Family and Children’s Services office here, demonstrated some of the items in the multi-sensory room that officially was opened there Wednesday.
A wet morning got wetter Tuesday as Mike Allan, with the Public Works department, flushed a fire hydrant at the corner of Victoria Avenue and First Street East. Hydrants throughout town are being flushed to remove grime and ensure they are in working order before the winter sets in.
Thanking everyone who helped with his campaign, re-elected Kenora-Rainy River MPP Howard Hampton gave a tearful speech to the throng of family, supporters, and media from across the province last night at La Place Rendez-Vous here. Hampton noted that, sadly, this was the first time his late father, George, could not be around to lend a helping hand.
About 115 residents joined in the “World Record Walk” here Thursday. They gathered at the Sorting Gap Marina at 11:30 a.m. and walked to Rainy Lake Sports and Tackle and back. Across the province, people were trying to set a new Guinness World Record for the most walkers at any given point in time—a record most recently held by Western Australia. Results won’t be known until after Oct. 12.
Donald Young School student Gareth Dunn pondered his next move during a game of chess at the Rainy River District School Chess Tournament on Friday. The annual event, held at Crossroads in Devlin, saw a number of participants qualify for the Northern Ontario Schools Chess Championship on Oct. 20 in Thunder Bay.
More than 140 students from across the district participated in the Rainy River District Schools Chess Tournament on Friday at Crossroads in Devlin. A number of the players qualified for the Northern Ontario Schools Chess Championship, which will be held Oct. 20 in Thunder Bay.
Robert Moore School students Josh Liggins, right, along with Thomas Onichuk and Matt Cheetham, helped to run the student vote today. Youth in Grades 4-8 there, as well as at Fort Frances High School, are participating in the student vote, which is taking place across the province. Results will be made public on Thursday. The real provincial election is being held tomorrow.