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Muskie soccer squads nab wins

Talk about a good start to the NorWOSSA regular season.

Both the Muskie boys' and girls' soccer teams were able to come away with at least a win in their season-opening games yesterday at Fort High.

The boys' squad opened with a 4-0 shutout of the Dryden Eagles yesterday morning before also blanking the Kenora Broncos 3-0 that afternoon.

Community Living hits its 60th year

A local organization is hitting a big milestone this month.

“On the 16th of May, we're celebrating our 60th anniversary,” said Alanna Barr, CEO of Community Living Fort Frances and District (CLFFD).

“We're having a dinner and dance at La Place Rendez-Vous that night, so it's the people we provide support to, their families, supporters of Community Living, and our staff.”

Arpin comes up short at OFSAA

A medal just wasn't to be this time around for Jackson Arpin at the OFSAA badminton championships held Thursday through Saturday in North Bay.

The Rainy River Owl standout compiled a 3-3 record at the all-Ontarios and fell short of making the podium.

Arpin had claimed a silver medal in the boys' 'C' Flight last year at OFSAA in Windsor.

Historic partnership formed

A new partnership has formed between the Town of Fort Frances and Agency One First Nations.

Mayor June Caul and Couchiching FN Chief Brian Perrault, Mitaanjigamiing FN Chief Janice Henderson, Naicatchewenin FN Chief Wayne Smith, and Nigigoonsiminikaaning FN Chief Will Windigo met at Point Park yesterday at noon to sign a Declaration of Intent and Friendship.