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Pride flag making

Shelly and Tyler Jones created and decorated their Pride flags during the Community Living Art Studio held Monday afternoon at the Fort Frances Public Library for PRIDE WEEK+. The studio allowed participants to create personalized Pride flags, ribbon streamers and other crafts which they can wave during the Passport to Pride March this Saturday. The march will begin at 10:30 a.m.

Prom 2019 #5

Carter Hayward and Alina Eldridge walked the stage of the Townshend Theatre for the Grand March of Prom 2019 on Saturday. The theme for this year's prom was “Gatsby,” with the stage decorated and music playing to evoke the spirit of the Roaring Twenties.

Reborn dolls a labour of love

How does one start creating baby dolls that are so lifelike, they might be able to fool your brain into believing they're real?

For Wendy Wiebe, it began with collecting and healthy dose of curiosity.

“I started out collecting dolls with my daughter, and then I discovered these kinds of dolls, and I got really intrigued,” Wiebe told the Times.

Prom 2019 #2

Alex Gartzke and her prom date, Sheldon Kelly, stopped for a photo after the Grand March at Fort Frances High School on Saturday. Before the march, couples did a mini-march through Rainycrest Long Term Care for the residents there.

Default colour run

Staff and students at Fort Frances High School had a blast getting messy during a “Colour Run” on Thursday. The event was the last of this year's house events, where students from different house groups compete or participate in events to earn points for their house teams. The graduation ceremony for Grade 12 students will place on June 27.

Dressed to the nines

Kayla Allan, left, Brianna Eldridge, and Ava Gardiman posed for a glamour shot together outside the Townshend Theatre following Fort Frances High School's Grand March on Saturday evening. Seventy couples showed off their style to parents and friends before heading out to dinner at La Place Rendez-Vous. See A5 for more photos.

Flooded underpass

The Portage Avenue underpass flooded as it struggled to deal with the aftermath of the heavy storm that passed through town yesterday. The underpass was closed for a couple of hours, but was reopened by 4 p.m. There was also plenty of water on downtown Scott Street as a watermain burst and caused a section of road to lift in front of the Royal Bank and The Bargain Shop.

Colour run

Staff and students at Fort Frances High School had a blast getting messy during a “Colour Run” on Thursday. The event was the last of this year's house events, where students from different house groups compete or participate in events to earn points for their house teams. The graduation ceremony for Grade 12 students will place on June 27.

New eightplex

Rainy River District Social Services Administrations Board's new affordable housing build, located behind Lady Frances Place on Fifth Street East, features eight bachelor apartments. Two are wheelchair and powerchair accessible.