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<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Budget solutions

Letter to the editor: Budget solutions

To the editor: As council attempts to race through the budget it is only now that the public is starting to hear about what the budget contains.
Majority of local elementary schools receive passing grade in provincial rankings

Majority of local elementary schools receive passing grade in provincial rankings

The Fraser Institute released its annual report card on elementary schools in the province and Lakehead Public schools are on the rise, while the majority of Catholic schools saw a slip in ratings
Search warrant leads to cocaine seizure

Search warrant leads to cocaine seizure

OPP arrest and charge two following a search warrant in Red Lake.
Police step up snowmobile traffic enforcement

Police step up snowmobile traffic enforcement

Officers will specifically be on the lookout for riders who are driving their snow machines under the influence.
Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Good Morning, Thunder Bay!

Still very cold. Risk of frostbite
Fibre art exhibition returns for fourth year <b>(15 photos)</b>

Fibre art exhibition returns for fourth year (15 photos)

The Fibre Exhibition will be on display at the Baggage Building Art Centre until Mar. 24
Dryden break and enter suspect arrested

Dryden break and enter suspect arrested

A 19-year-old Dryden man was arrested following a break and enter.
Airport sets passenger volume record for 3rd straight year

Airport sets passenger volume record for 3rd straight year

Passenger volume increased by nearly three per cent in 2018, with 869,404 people passing through.
Man charged in high school break and enter

Man charged in high school break and enter

Dryden man scheduled to appear in court for break and enter charges.
NW Ontario francophones consider new childcare centres

NW Ontario francophones consider new childcare centres

AFNOO hopes to have some facilities open in 2021.