Some school boards in the province will see another one-day strike tomorrow, but for high school students in the Rainy River District School Board (RRDSB), it will be business as usual.
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The Muskie girls' hockey team compiled a perfect 4-0 record en route to snaring the title at the annual K-Town Classic tournament hosted by the Kenora Broncos over the weekend.
Fort High opened play on Friday afternoon with a 6-0 romp over the host Broncos.
Issy Taylor and Piper cross both scored twice while Hailey Bombay and Tatum Glowasky also bulged the twine.
It was a busy weekend for the Muskie and Rainy River Owls' court sports teams at various tournaments.
The Owls' junior girls' volleyball team had the best showing in claiming the title at the Dryden Eagles' home tournament held Friday and Saturday.
It was a perfect start to the year for the Muskie court sports teams in Kenora on Tuesday afternoon.
All four squads came away with wins over the host Broncos in their NorWOSSA regular-season openers.
The junior boys' basketball team dumped the Broncos by a 49-27 count.
A Morgan Venne goal four-and-a-half minutes into the third period proved to the game-winner as the Red Lake Miners dumped the Fort Frances Lakers 5-3 in SIJHL action on Tuesday night at the Cochenour Arena.
Individuals living outside of Fort Frances will have a reduced financial burden when using the town's facilities in 2020.
Following a 5-2 vote, council passed a motion to eliminate non-resident user fees on a one-year trial basis.
A change of scenery proved to be the right tonic for Matthieu Harrold last week.
The newest Fort Frances Laker had a home debut to remember as he scored once and helped set-up Noah Loveday's game-winner in the third period to lift the hosts to a 5-4 win over the Dryden GM Ice Dogs on Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
The 2020 “Citizen of the Year” Joy Lockman was recognized for her tireless volunteer efforts throughout the community during last night's council meeting.
She was awarded with a plaque from Mayor June Caul on behalf of the town and was lauded for her contributions to Fort Frances.
Following a province-wide one-day strike by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation last Wednesday, members of the union will be engaging in another day of action tomorrow.