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If You Haven’t Visited Fort Shaw Lately...

Last month, after taking photos at the Valley Fun Day in Simms, I took the long way home and paid a visit to Historic Fort Shaw. I planned to get a few photos of the rummage sale items that were still on sale - but I noticed that the Fort Commander’s Quarters was open to the public. I took a tour of the quarters with a Sun River Valley Historical Society volunteer. At top is the dining room while the kitchen can be seen in the photo below.
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Oliver Willis

Who Is Nikkita Brown? Chicago Woman Tackled By Cops

Nikkita Brown is a woman from Chicago, Illinois. Brown was seen in a viral video walking her dog on North Avenue Beach when she was confronted by a Chicago Police Department cop. Nikkita Brown Police Video Facts. Video Shows Brawl Between Police, Woman. “Video shows a beach brawl between the...

Remembering the Owen Sound Triathlon

Just a quick mention that it was on, like today, the last Sunday in August (the 26th that year) in 1984, that Owen Sound hosted its first Triathlon at Kelso Beach Park. Presented by the Y (director then was Dave Simpson) and the Owen Sound Sun Times (Publisher then was Jake Doherty who was also Assistant Race Director that year), and with Dave Tannahill as Race Director, the event was billed as a Mini- Triathlon because the swim was about 700 metres instead of I KM, and the bike section was 28K instead of 40K.