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Lockman a lifelong volunteer

While volunteering may feel like a burden to some, a local woman is strongly motivated to be of service to the community in any way she can.

The town's “2020 Citizen of the Year,” Joy Lockman, has volunteered regularly from a young age and has been able to contribute even more of her time since retiring.

Meeks named Most Outstanding in Currie Division

Even after capping a stellar season with a championship, the accolades keep on coming for Brady Meeks.

The Muskie quarterback was named the Currie Division's ('A') Bomber Alumni Most Outstanding Player (MOP) and was honoured at the WHSFL's annual awards banquet on Thursday in Winnipeg.

“It was a true honour to receive the MOP award last night,” Meeks told the Times on Friday.

Muskie boys wrangle Rams

Reed Bodnar scored twice to pace the Muskie boys' hockey team to a 5-2 win over the Red Lake Rams in NorWOSSA action on Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.

It was also the Muskies' annual “Teddy Bear Toss” game, in which they saw their league-leading record improve to 6-0.