Fort Frances Lakers' forward Christian Ward broke his way in on Thief River Falls Norskies' goalie Jackson Nelson for a scoring chance during his team's 5-4 loss to the visitors Tuesday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Lakers, who now have dropped two-straight games following a season-high four-game winning streak, next host the Thunder Bay North Stars tomorrow night. See story on P2.
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Shannon Carlson, seen here with “Jack," has been invited to take part in the Winnipeg Humane Society's telethon on March 24 after she donated copies of her book, "Jack the Husky Gets Rescued," to the society's "See Spot Read” program.
Sheila Medwechuk, left, handed Donna Noga the handcrafted saw she won in a raffle during the annual Linda Johnston Memorial Dinner held Saturday evening at the Rainy River Legion. The saw was made by Rick Peterson and painted by Medwechuk. Meanwhile, below, Geraldine (Betty) Blight, left, claimed her raffle prize—a chair beautifully painted with chickadees by Vivian Locking (right).
Dr. Barry Campbell will be the guest speaker at next Saturday's “Forget Me Not” dinner.
This photograph by Eric Fagerdahl, showing two sashes woven together to form the Métis infinity symbol alongside other culturally-relevant items, is part of the new Métis Art Gallery Program exhibit upstairs at the Fort Frances Museum.
The refurbishing of the “Owandem"—the little sister to the "Hallett"—is coming along. Mark Faragher has sandblasted and primed one side of the vessel at his BodyWorks shop in Devlin.
Elijah Gallagher, three, decorated his cupcake with sprinkles after icing it during a cupcake-decorating class with instructor Meghan Spooner on Saturday afternoon at the Fort Frances Museum. The class marked the first in the museum's winter workshop series. For a list of upcoming workshops, see last week's Times or visit fortfrances.ca/museum
Mary O'Connor, local Client Services co-ordinator for the Alzheimer Society of Kenora-Rainy River Districts, chatted with Shelley Hyatt about how the “Finding Your Way" kit works Friday afternoon at the Fort Frances Senior Centre.
Fort Frances General Supply staffer Jay McFarland, left, showed Joe Gervais the wooden plaque that will be the Stephanie Hawkins Award—a new award sponsored by the Gervais family and debuting in this year's Rainy River District Festival of the Performing Arts.
Adrian Glynn (top left) of the Vancouver folk band, “The Fugitives," sang a heartfelt song during the most recent "Tour de Fort" concert last Thursday night at the Townshend Theatre while Brendan McLeod (top right) got lost in the moment as he played guitar. Meanwhile, Carly Frey and Rob McLaren (below) impressed the crowd with their musicianship.