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Annual memorial walk scheduled for Monday

Sharon Johnson says the annual Valentines Day Memorial March has helped her to grieve the loss of her sister Sandra who went missing 19 years ago. Sandra went missing on Feb. 13, 1992.

Woman finds two males asleep in home, another beaten in basement: police

Police say a woman called for assistance when she found two males asleep in her home and another severely beaten in the basement on Saturday. Thunder Bay Police Service officers received the call just before midnight.

Man taken to hospital with head injuries

Police charged two men in connection to an assault of a 40-year-old-man found in a May Street apartment. Thunder Bay Police Service officers responded to a call about an injured man found in a hallway at the Royal Edward Arms on May Street at 8:41 p.
Final hurdle

Final hurdle

If all goes well at city council, Thunder Pride would be the first inaugural weeklong event to celebrate the city’s gay and lesbian community, says the community relations chair.
Feds neglecting First Nation issues, NDP says

Feds neglecting First Nation issues, NDP says

The government’s out of sight out of mind mentality only further damages its relationship with First Nation communities and halts any changes from happening, says the NDP Aboriginal affairs critic.
Search continues

Search continues

Police say they haven't ruled out the possibility of foul play but remain hopeful to find a 15-year-old-teenager who went missing last week.
Past connections

Past connections

It may take a couple of weeks and cost $50 but residents say it means so much more to get their DNA tested and learn more about their family ancestry.
Region’s energy shortfall kryptonite to potential boom

Region’s energy shortfall kryptonite to potential boom

The region won’t be experiencing an economic boom unless its energy concerns are addressed a recent report says.
MP's bill calls on government to gearing up volunteer firefighters

MP's bill calls on government to gearing up volunteer firefighters

The basic challenges for a volunteer fire department are ensuring the firefighters have the right equipment and training to do the job, said Neebing’s deputy chief Dale Ashbee. Securing and retraining volunteers is the other challenge, he added.

Ontario’s worst road still in political limbo

The question of who has responsibility for one of Ontario's worst roads is still in limbo.