Kathy James and her granddaughter, Gillian Oster, visting from Stony Plain, Alta., shared a reading moment this morning at the Fort Frances Public Library.
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Christine Jourdain pointed out her father, Glenn, in one of the old hockey team photos from St. Marguerite’s School during the opening of the museum’s exhibit on local residential schools last Thursday morning.
June Etienne, Lloyd Wheatley, and Freeda Carmody took part in their weekly SAGE (Sage Advice and Gentle Exercise for Seniors) class at Guthrie United Church in Devlin. The group, sponsored by the Emo-La Vallee-Chapple Healthy Commnuities Coalition, meets once a week for activities such as Tai-Chi.
Jim Jackson spent a good part of Saturday morning giving people rides around the Both Farm in a 1927 Whippet, which once was owned by his father. Jackson said he remembers learning to drive in the area which is now the site of Sturgeon Creek School.
A female Ruby-throated Hummingbird was spotted resting in a neighbourhood tree here last week. Hummingbirds are visitors across the district between May and early September.
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.
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.