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Fire guts row house

Fire guts row house

One man went to hospital of his own accord and five puppies were rescued on Tuesday morning when two units of a Neebing Avenue row house complex went up in flames.

Five sent to hospital after AbitibiBowater fire

A structural fire in AbitibiBowater’s No. 5 paper machine sent five people to hospital on Monday night.

Airport solar project reaching final stage

The Thunder Bay Airport is getting ready to put its new solar project into service. Thunder Bay International Airport CEO Scott McFadden said the construction has now reached completion.

City truck by-law delayed

A plan to keep heavy truck traffic off of Dawson Road has been delayed. The by-law would ban trucks longer than 15.2 metres from travelling on Dawson Road.
Different approach

Different approach

The head of a local shelter says the city has not been very good at dealing with its alcohol issues.

Severe thunderstorm warning issued

Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the City of Thunder Bay.

Scratch ticket nets Thunder Bay man $50K

A Thunder Bay resident recently scratched themself a $50,000 jackpot. Terry Nishnibata, of Thunder Bay, won the $50,000 jackpot from an instant Crossword ticket. Some of the words that led to the win included pan, cook, apricot and zucchini.

Fire destroys home on Oliver Road

A house on Oliver Road was destroyed by fire early Monday morning. Volunteer firefighters from Oliver Paipoonge rushed to the scene, but were unable to save the home. The fire started shortly after 5 a.m.

Smell of smoke is from Minnesota fire: Fire Rescue

Officials with the Thunder Bay Fire Rescue say they have received a number of phone calls regarding the smell of smoke in the area. The smell is coming from an 11,000-acre forest fire that is now burning near Ely, Minn.
New school flavour

New school flavour

While some of her fellow students are complaining about new healthy food guidelines in Ontario school cafeterias, Stephanie Philp said the menus aren’t much different than what they used to be. On Sept.