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Tournament winners Wayne Howard and Dallas Mosbeck posed with their specially-crafted trophies afterwards.

— Photo Duane Hicks

Andrew Mueller of Mueller Roofing was hard at work stripping shingles from the roof of the Fort Frances Volunteer Bureau (old CN station) on Fourth Street this morning. The roof will be seeing much-needed upgrades over the next couple of weeks, including new shingles and some replacement of fascia, with care taken to preserve its historical value.

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Grade 11 students at Fort Frances High School were treated to “The Sweet Life Road Show” on Tuesday morning. The hands-on interactive experience aimed to raise awareness about road risks by circulating through 10 stations that covered topics like distracted driving, what to say to a reckless driver, how to share the road with large trucks, driving while drowsy, and why drinking and driving don't mix.

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Volunteer Kimmy Daley tried out some Oktoberfest props during the most recent Friends of the Museum meeting Tuesday evening. “Novemberfest” is the theme for the group's fall gala this year, which will be held there Nov. 2.

— Photo Duane Hicks

Shannon Singleton, left, Jenn Singleton, and Cassity Morrisseau were among the participants walking in memory of the late Thomas Chapais during Sunday afternoon's Terry Fox Run in Fort Frances. The 12-year-old passed away last September after a courageous battle with cancer. Other participants took part in memory or honour of their loved ones or were themselves cancer survivors. See more photos on B1.

When Gord McCabe's gang found their footwork, it started putting the boot to its opponent.

Grace Petsnick had a game-high 18 points as the Muskie junior girls' basketball team opened the NorWOSSA regular season with a 49-29 victory over the host Kenora Broncos on Tuesday.

“We started slowly and played pretty uninspired defence in the first quarter,” conceded McCabe.

Members of the Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association board are calling on Sen. Lynn Beyak to resign.

The move comes following a letter in which she stated, “Trade your status card for a Canadian citizenship, with a fair and negotiated payout to each Indigenous man, woman and child in Canada to settle all outstanding land claims and treaties and move forward together just like the leaders already do in Ottawa.”