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High-speed chase ends with arrest

Thunder Bay police have a 53-year-old man in custody following a high-speed pursuit Monday on city streets. The chase, which began just before 1 a.m., resulted in the suspect being charged with impaired driving and flight from a police officer.
Hope continues

Hope continues

Events like the Hope Classic showcase how powerful a supportive group can be in the fight against cancer, said a participant of the annual bonspiel.
Spring election not such a great idea, many residents say

Spring election not such a great idea, many residents say

If the federal budget isn’t passed, an election may unavoidable and many area residents say going to the polls now isn’t a good idea for Canada.
Chilly good time

Chilly good time

With the frigid winds blown away, residents enjoyed the milder winter weather to play in the ice and show at the Old Fort on Saturday. Fort William Historical Park held its ninth annual Voyageur winter carnival for the Family Day long weekend.

Poor weather conditions delay helicopter’s arrival to help find missing teen

A search of a wooded area off City Road by police and volunteers turned up negative results for 15-year-old Jordan Wabasse, who went missing sometime after Feb. 7.
Staying together

Staying together

Residents say Habitat for Humanity’s annual event at the CLE grounds helps to bring families closer together. Families came to the CLE Coliseum for the ninth annual Family Day event on Saturday.
Store trashed

Store trashed

The owner of Urban Boutique says he wonders who hates his store so much to break the front window and ruin his merchandise with paintball pellets. Angelo Petta came into work around 10:30 a.m.
Saving C-501

Saving C-501

With some heavy amendments, a local MP’s bankruptcy reform bill is on its way to third reading with early indications that it has all-party support.
Community kitchen not going away, says Trevisanutto

Community kitchen not going away, says Trevisanutto

John Trevisanutto says if after one year a new community kitchen fails to change the life of one family, they’ll revisit the idea. But they’re not going away, he added.
Shifting focus

Shifting focus

Police have temporarily shifted their focus in the search for missing teen Jordan Wabasse.