CN Railway locomotive engineers took to the picket line here Saturday morning, joining some 1,700 engineers who have gone on strike across the country after talks with the company came to an impasse just before midnight Friday. The company used qualified supervisors and managers to keep trains running over the weekend.
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Members of the Muskie boys’ hockey team helped construct the haunted backyard behind Tess’ Kitchen this past Sunday and Monday. All trick-or-treaters are welcome to drop by on Halllowe’en starting at dusk.
Grade 3 students at St. Michael’s School were honoured to have Mr. and Mrs. Yerxa, elders from Couchiching First Nation, give them a talk about the culture and life of the early First Nations people. The students currently are studying the native people as part of the Grade 3 curriculum.
About 60 people came out for a community Thanksgiving dinner on Friday at the Salvation Army Citadel here. Volunteers cooked and served up a delicious meal of turkey, ham, potatoes, gravy, carrots, and pumpkin pie.
Students in Stephanie Hyatt’s junior kindergarten class at St. Michael’s School were excited to meet “Sparky” during a visit there on Wednesday. The Fort Frances Fire and Rescue Service has been visiting local schools throughout the week as part of “Fire Prevention Week” (Oct. 4-10).
Mike Johnson photographed this pelican at his home on Third Street West yesterday. Although not too far from the water, perhaps this feathered friend lost his way as he stayed in Johnson’s yard for several hours before wandering over to the graveyard.
Christine Borden congratulated Jennifer Friday on her successful completion of the Azhemiinagoziwin Program during the Seven Generation Education Institute’s annual graduation ceremony held June 18.
Mike Taschuk held up the 50-pound musky he caught on Red Gut Bay last fall. Taschuk, who hails from New Brighton, Mn., recently had a replica of the fish made, which he now displays at his summer residence at Bear’s Pass.
La Place Rendez-Vous was a busy place Tuesday evening as more than 70 residents from Rainycrest were treated to a dinner out courtesy of the Rainycrest Auxiliary. Pictured here are auxiliary members Renée McDonald, left, and June Keddie, far right, with resident Mildred Brockie. Residents chose from a varied menu and a delicious dessert to top it off.
Everyone broke out their Easter Bunny ears yesterday at the Fort Frances Public Library when singer-guitarist John Reader stopped by to entertain the kids and parents during “Storytime.”