Aubrey Johnson, Leslie Anderson, Shyloh Dronyk, Bryden Strachan, Livia Hood, and Tayah Cumming spun around in a circle as they performed their “Annie” routine.
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The senior class of Reece MacNeil, Greta Fedoruk, Jenna Bailey, Abrianna Hasbargen, Erica Lemelin, Brooklin Hayes, Jordyn Seguin, Montana Plasky, Samantha Halliday, Awnley Jacobsen, Jillan Bilben, Halley Nugent, and Mya Scott-Thompson crouched down low during their “Across the Universe" number as part of the Border Skating Club's annual ice show, this year entitled "A Netflix Night,” held Satur
Muskie boys' forward Kendyn Faragher, above, was presented with the Rod Cain Memorial Award by assistant coach Ken (“Keno”) Christiansen during the team's annual awards banquet held Monday night at the Copper River Inn. The award recognizes the Muskie hockey player who contributes most to the development of good sportsmanship, morale, and teamwork.
Kalan Wilson, Darien Stanley, Mya Wrolstad, Emmilou McCormick, Beckett Wagner, Isidore Goulet, Ciaran Allen, Mya Hood, Norah McCart, Annabelle Cox, Colton Rodrigues, Teagan McKinnon Garrett Ellis, and Jessa Chilton had some fun with beach balls during their skate to “Moana.”
Reece MacNeil leapt in the air while performing to the theme of “Breaking Dawn" from the "Twilight” movie series.
Awnley Jacobsen performed gracefully and spun around beautifully as Rapunzel during the “Princesses” routine.
Fort Frances Lakers' emergency replacement goalie Brendan Mallon looked to swallow up a puck quickly with his glove during the second period of his squad's 6-3 victory over the Dryden GM Ice Dogs in Game 4 of their best-of-seven semi-final series Thursday night at the Ice For Kids Arena here. Mallon finished with 43 saves to earn the win.
Abigail Stefanick-Gibbons led the way as Faye Kinsman, Daisy DeGagne, and Bella Hunter followed in-sync during their “My Little Pony” routine.
The “Welcome Home" Fort Frances Family Centre has a new location. The former Fort Frances Women's Centre has moved westward from the 300 block to 272 Scott St. (the old Bonnie Blue) and reopened its doors there as of yesterday. "Welcome Home" remains a drop-in centre for women and families, as well as a location for "Melinda's Unique Boutique” and local vendors.
Dozens of children and adults from both sides of the border gathered for the International Falls Autism Support Group's third-annual National Autism Awareness Day Walk on Saturday in downtown International Falls.