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With the way they've played this season, NorWOSSA gold more than likely is in the near future for the Muskie junior girls' basketball team.
The Muskies dumped the host Dryden Eagles 46-26 on Thursday afternoon to improve their league record to 6-1.
“I was happy that we got through the game as well as we did,” said Muskie co-coach Gord McCabe.
The annual “Coats 4 Kids” campaign that kicked off back in September is in dire need of more donations before it wraps up this Wednesday (Oct. 31).
“It's been a great experience, and we are excited about the donations we have already received, but it's not as much as we have done in the past,” organizer Nathan Cousineau admitted last week.
It was a tough weekend for the Fort Frances Lakers as they lost a pair of games.
The Thief River Falls Norskies used a three-goal third period to pull out a 4-1 win Saturday night while the Thunder Bay North Stars rallied for a 6-4 victory here the previous night.
If you know someone who is worthy to be entered into the Fort Frances Sports Hall of Fame, make sure you fill out a nomination form right away.
The deadline for nominations to the 2019 class is coming up on Nov. 1, with forms available on the local hall's Facebook page.
The public is welcome to come out and support aspiring young entrepreneurs this Saturday (Oct. 27).
As part of a two-day “Youth Enterprise Camp,” local youths will be selling their own products from noon-2 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge meeting room located upstairs at NCDS (304 Scott St.)
June Caul will be the new mayor of Fort Frances following her landslide victory in the 2018 municipal election.
Caul, who is wrapping up her first term as a town councillor, soundly defeated fellow councillor Ken Perry by a margin of 1,808-881.
Fort Frances council will have some new faces, as well as some familiar ones returning, following Monday's municipal election.
Incumbent councillor Wendy Brunetta was re-elected, topping the eight candidates vying for the six council seats with 2,155 votes.
June Caul made history last night after being elected as the first female mayor of Fort Frances.
Caul, who is wrapping up her first term as a town councillor, soundly defeated fellow councillor Ken Perry by a vote of 1,808-881.
Incumbent Wendy Brunetta was re-elected to council with 2,155 votes.