In light of the tragedy that occurred in Nova Scotia last week, Fort Frances Mayor June Caul said she's looked into ensuring the town has a plan in place in the event something similar should ever happen here.
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Another cattle sale is in the books, and even though it was unusual thanks to COVID-19, it is being seen as a success.
“We were actually quite pleased with our weekend,” said Rainy River Cattlemen's Association member Kim Jo Bliss.
With the town of Fort Frances continuing to be under emergency measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor June Caul and Town of Fort Frances CAO took a moment during last Monday's council meeting to explain just what that means.
The search is on for a new owner to take over the operation of a beloved local property.
At the Town of Fort Frances' regular council meeting on March 9, Mayor June Caul announced the town would be looking to step away from owning Sunny Cove Camp, formerly the property of the Kiwanis club before the town took over operations in 2009.
You've likely run into this situation already: You're at home on quarantine or self-isolation orders. Try as you might, Netflix and Disney+ just aren't cutting it today (or you've already exhausted everything there is to watch, we're not here to judge), and you've done everything there is to do on your daily Animal Crossing task list.
Earth Week is here, with Wednesday being Earth Day. We're lucky to live in a place where nature and wilderness are all around us. If you're out and about this week, take your camera along, snap some photos of all the beauty around us, and send it to us! Your photo could be featured in the paper, or on our Facebook page.
Fort Frances Town Council returned in a slightly new format Monday night to provide some updates on key committees in town, as well as to thank frontline workers who continue to do their jobs in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new local Facebook group is aiming to make a difference and support essential retail workers in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Town of Fort Frances is adding its voice to a call from the Township of Emo for the provincial government to address the lack of cellphone coverage along Highway 502.
Shopping restrictions, physical distancing measures and the impending Easter weekend shut down led to a sizeable line-up outside Walmart in Fort Frances this morning.