In the story 'School name on board's agenda' in yesterday's Bulletin, it was reported that the Northwest Catholic District School Board would be accepting submissions from the public until April 26 in regards to the naming contest for the new K-8 consolidated school.
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The Thunder Bay North Stars' trio of Jacob Brown, Keighan Gerrie, and Ryan Mignault collected a combined nine points to help their sqaud upend the Red Lake Miners 5-2 on Sunday night in Game 2 of the SIJHL's Bill Salonen Cup Final at the Fort William Gardens.
With the win, the North Stars evened the best-of-seven set at 1-1 heading into Game 3 tonight at the Cochenour Arena.
Florida State Seminole student-athletes gathered last Wednesday for the 25th-annual Golden Nole Awards banquet, which is hosted by the Student Athlete Advisory Council (S.A.A.C.).
The event honours the contributions made in the community and also recognizes those student-athletes that go above and beyond to display leadership on and off the field while striving to live unconquered.
Almost two dozen local bowlers headed up to Dryden earlier this month and returned home as champs once again!
Fort Frances compiled 35 overall points to capture the aggregate banner for the second-straight year in the annual tournament that pits the local club against those in Dryden, Kenora, and Balmertown.
With another great season in the books, the Fort Frances Girls'/Women's Hockey Association honoured the efforts of its players at its annual year-end awards banquet on Sunday evening at the Memorial Sports Centre.
Here is a complete list of the winners from each team:
A local man has proposed plans for a fishing bridge to be installed between Seven Oaks and a small island that sits about 30 yards offshore.
But since the Seven Oaks property is currently in litigation, the town isn't in a position to make a decision on anything relating to that property at this time.
The Fort Frances Curling Club concluded its competitive season with its annual wind-up over the weekend.
Raymond Roy's rink claimed the Day League title.
The rest of the rink is comprised of Christine Denby, Brian Mueller, Raymond, Wilf Belluz, Don Debenedet, Dave Gosman, Rob Gushulak, and Nancy and Dave Evans.
Over 30 store owners along Scott Street have signed a petition to demonstrate a need for action regarding the increase of “street people” loitering in the downtown core.
It was a tough weekend for the local Lorne Jackson rink at the Curling Club Provincial Championships in Thunder Bay.
The squad, which also is comprised of Derek Jackson (third), Mark Pedersen (second), and Ed Vold (lead), compiled a 1-4 record in the six-team field and failed to advance to the playoffs.
With the season officially in the books, it was time to dish out some hardware.
The Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association held its annual awards night on Sunday in the auditorium of the Memorial Sports Centre.
Here is a list of the winners: