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Saddling up

Susan Klemmensen got some help as she mounted “Lady,” a 23-year-old quarter horse for the 10th-anuual “Freedom Ride” on Saturday. Over $3,600 was raised for the cause. —Melanie Béchard photo

Gang tackle

Rob Gavel and Bryan Gustafson teamed up to tackle Miles Mac running back, Erin Sesak at the East Side Field in Winnipeg last Friday. —Emmanuel Moutsatsos photo

Forestry talk

Forestry talk

Gary Rogozinski, president of the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce, talked about the potential impact the closure of the Abitibi-Consolidated mill would have on the economy of Fort Frances. At left, mill manager John Harrison and Coun. Tannis Drysdale listened.

—Melanie Béchard photo

Speedway

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Speedway

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Football

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Football

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Raise a reader

Evelyn Norris, left, and Margitta McLeod had a laugh reading “What Colour is Your Underwear?” to children during storytime at the Fort Frances Public Library this morning.

—Melanie Béchard photo

Impressive aircraft

This Ministry of Natural Resources CL-415 Bombardier Canadair waterbomber—one of nine in the province—was a very popular attraction Saturday at the sixth-annual “Fly-in Drive-in BBQ” at the Fort Frances Airport. While only a few pilots flew in for the event, over a 180 people came out to have a bite to eat, and check out planes, classic cars and motorcycles, and radio-controlled airplanes.