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Working through it

Cathy, left, and Tara Tovey enjoyed an afternoon in their yard playing fetch with canine pal, Sasha, on Monday. Through Tara’s struggles the pair have re-built a solid mother-daughter bond, as it’s now something they cherish dearly. Also seen here is the inspirational poem Tovey wrote to describe her disease.

OXY CONTIN

I take the pill and scrape the coating off,

Reigning royalty

Chelsea Bragg, centre, was crowned the 2007 Fair Queen on Thursday during the Rainy River Valley Agricultural Fall Fair. Sairah Chabot, left, was named First Princess, while Raylene Smith took the title of Second Princess.

Friendly gesture

As a friendly gesture, Tanya Cumming handed out copies of the Daily Bulletin and Discover Fort Frances magazine to American tourists stuck waiting in line to cross the border on Friday.

Torch run

The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics ran yesterday afternoon from the Civic Centre to Tim Hortons. Over $6,000 was raised by the event for the international competition for athletes with intellectual disabilities in Fort Frances.

Midway magic

Fair-goers enjoyed the bright lights, sweets, and fast rides last night at the Emo fairgrounds. Here, children enjoyed an evening swing as the sun set in the distance. The midway at the Emo Fair is open from noon to midnight today and Saturday. —Amanda Roy photo

Outta my way!

Friend and foe alike swarmed Pharmasave goalie Jeremy Nussbaumer (third from left) in the second half of the Borderland Soccer men’s semi-finals last night. The match went to the rival Domino’s team 1-0 in a shootout. Meanwhile on the other field, Emo blanked Gillons 4-0 on the back of two goals by Kevin Friesen.

Getting checked out

June Kowalchuk had her hearing aid adjusted by audiologist Brenda Tullio during a come-and-go tea at The Ear Clinic yesterday. Tullio’s business, located at 261 Scott St., was celebrating its first anniversary. —Amanda Roy photo

Tokens of remembrance

Family and friends of Neil Roy and Ben Klyne left tokens of remembrance—everything from flowers and hats to T-shirts and CDs—at a memorial set up at the site on Busch Road where the two Fort Frances teens were killed in a car accident on Friday morning. A joint memorial service was to be held today at the Fort Frances Memorial Sports Centre at 4 p.m.

Special delivery

Pitcher Bob Andy of the Sight & Sound Wolves pitched some of his hardest stuff in the first inning Tuesday night. After giving up a walk to his first batter of the night and then a double with two out in the inning, Andy settled in and retired the next nine batters.