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Domestic dispute leads to drug raid

Police officers found more than a domestic dispute at a Keith Street home after responding to a 911 call early Sunday morning.

Young scientists honoured after fair

More than 130 students from Grades 4 through 12 represented their schools this weekend at the 2010 Northwestern Ontario Regional Science Fair, which wrapped up Sunday with an awards ceremony honouring the competition's best young scientists.
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Members of the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association say next weekend’s fair promises to have people travel the world in 48 hours. The Multicultural Association hosted a quick demonstration at Intercity Shopping Centre on Saturday.

Police say man assaulted woman

An unidentified man walked into a south side salon and allegedly assaulted a receptionist then stole her purse on Saturday afternoon. Thunder Bay Police Service Officers say the incident took place approximately 3 p.m.
Pets receive ID chip

Pets receive ID chip

Owners worried about pets safety implanted a small microchip to ensure their dogs or cats return home. The Thunder Bay and District Humane Society on Rossylne Road held its annual Chip-a-thon on Saturday.

House fire injures two

An afternoon house fire left two Thunder Bay residents with minor injuries after they tried to extinguish the flames themselves. A fire broke out around 1:30 p.m. Friday in an upstairs bedroom of a John Street home.
Injured soldier returns home

Injured soldier returns home

Chris Drewes said he is happy to be home to see friends, family and trees.
Speaking out

Speaking out

Jonathan Kaminawash has spent most of his life feeling alone. He endured verbal and physical abuse in school by his peers and while he says it still continues, the 18-year-old Hammarskjold High School student doesn’t let it bother him as much.

Wind project opponents reflect on recent developments

Nearly a hundred opponents of the proposed Big Thunder Wind Park turned out for an information meeting Thursday evening. Concerned residents gathered at the South Neebing Community Centre to look back at the developments of the past two weeks.

Charity prom dress event ready for May sale

The high school prom season is approaching and once again a local charity is helping ladies get a chance to buy a dress at a low price.