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The Fort Frances Lakers have introduced a lottery system to sell tickets for future games. The team is currently in a bubble with the Kenora Thistles.
After 41 years as the owner of Fort Floral, Brad Hogan has decided to retire. His last day is January 17. Although a retirement party isn't possible, his family is hoping residents will share memories and pictures, for a retirement video
COVID restrictions have had a deep impact on the grieving process for families and loved ones. Families are looking at alternate arrangements or are delaying memorials until restrictions lift.
Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre in Rainy River First Nations has won the 2020 Indigenous Tourism Award, from the Tourism Industry Association of Ontario's Annual Ontario Tourism Awards.
It might be time for Val Grant to stop driving, but her generosity will keep on motoring for years to come. With the help of her mechanic, Marty Kreger, of Kreger Auto, she's auctioning off her car, with proceeds being donated to Riverside Foundation. The Facebook auction has already raised thousands.
Business has been booming south of the border, while northern counterparts struggle, in some sectors. The owners of Copper River Inn have seen two vastly different reactions to COVID-19 recovery across the multi-national company
The Harbourage usually relies heavily on American tourists in the summer months. With the border closed, they've been relying exclusively on the loyalty of local diners.
Betty's in Fort Frances stayed busy supplying the region with games, puzzles and crafts during the COVID shutdown.
The Borderland Racing Association will be shaking off the cobwebs and kicking up the dust this weekend, in the first practice session of the season. Although no spectators will be allowed on site, drivers will be hitting the track starting July 11 for a new season of auto racing.