Jay Siemans with a nice Sunset Country crappie he caught earlier this week.
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Wendy Wiebe of Weebiedolls Nursery donated an incredibly lifelike doll she made to Rainycrest Long Term Care on May 16. The baby doll artist, who has local ties, saw the article in the Fort Frances Times on the Life Skills Nursery program, reached out to Riverside and offered to donate a doll.
The Ned Rig is an effective bait for bass and other species across the Sunset Country Region.
Trent Wilson of Donald Young School ran his way to a fourth-place finish in the boys' 800m race at the Last Chance Invite varsity meet held last Thursday in Baudette, Mn. The junior high athlete also grabbed a silver in the 1600m race as part of an impressive Muskie showing at the meet.
Tanner Williamson claimed his first feature win while racing in the WISSOTA Midwest Modified division Saturday night during the season opener for the Borderland Racing Association. Williamson started the feature in eighth position out of 11 cars and wheeled his car to victory lane for the first time.
Alexis Latter, left, and Zeila Dal performed a short ukulele recital as their instructor Jim Curtis looked on approvingly last Wednesday afternoon at the Fort Frances Public Library Technology Centre. Curtis has been teaching youths and adults to play. The library currently has a few openings left for upcoming ukulele lessons for adults 55 and older.
Ava Burns, a Grade 2 student in Cathy Richard's class at Robert Moore School, was among the youngest district students competing in the annual chess tournament yesterday at Crossroads School in Devlin. Schools from across the district were invited to participate in the Education Week activity.
The string section of the Borderland Community Orchestra prepared for their 20th anniversary and Mother's Day concert this Sunday.
Josie Wilson was happy where she is as she performed “I Won't Hatch" by Shel Silverstein during the "Highlights Concert” last Tuesday evening. Wilson was awarded the Little Theatre Award for Best Newcomer.
Debbie Jean's French Immersion Kindergarten Class from St. Michael's School performed some French songs during the Rainy River District Festival of the Performing Arts' “Highlights Concert.” The class was awarded the Knights of Columbus Trophy for Best Primary Choir (Grades K-3) as well as the Elementary Teacher's Federation of Ontario Award for Best Choir in the Festival.