It may not have been very big, but this little perch helped Patrick Vogan, seven, earn a repeat victory as MBI kids’ champ this year.
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2008 MBI champs Chad Hanson, left, and Terry Gill showed off their winning catch Sunday.
Thunder Bay’s Shawn Polonoski was “getting ’er done” during a WISSOTA Modifieds heat at the Emo Speedway on Friday evening as Gary Wilson followed in hot pursuit.
Tara Tovey and her friend, Jamie Bragg, enjoy participating in normal teenage activities together, including relaxing at her home on Idylwild Drive here.
Jen L’Hirondelle demonstrated the revolved side angle pose after an intermediate yoga class out at Seven Oaks. This pose looks impressive but L’Hirondelle assures it is simpler to do than it seems and that, with practice, anyone can do it.
Clinic administrator Marlis Bruyere circled the days on her calendar she and Maureen Gartshore will be heading off on a physician recruitment tour to eastern and southern Ontario.
David Sandoval, left, and Erik Gustafson provided the music at the Clover Valley Farmers’ Market this past Saturday. Members of the Fort High senior band have spent the summer busking, entertaining, and selling perogies there to raise money for their trip to Italy next March Break.
Former drug addict Tara Tovey, 19, an aspiring model, now enjoys looking into the mirror and seeing her true self again. At top right is Tovey posing as the July 14 SUNshine Girl.
The walls are up at the new aboriginal youth detained custody centre being built on Eighth Street here, which is expected to be operational by April. The centre will be a secure custody facility that will accommodate up to 12 aboriginal youth aged 12-17 from Northwestern Ontario, who are being detained or serving sentences. Construction on the facility started in March.
Kerry Hyatt led this year’s grand champion steer away from the auction after it was purchased by the Rainy River Future Development Corp. The animal, born on Clayton Teeple’s farm and named “J.D.,” was Hyatt’s 12th and final 4-H steer.