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Ready to rock

Ready to rock

While the City of Thunder Bay has events for children and adults throughout the summer, there aren’t always opportunities for the youth. The answer to that is the Superior Youth Festival 2010 at Marina Park this Thursday. From 6 to 10 p.m.

Young escapee turns self in to police

A young man who escaped from the Kairos Youth Facility on July 18 has turned himself in to the Thunder Bay Police Service. The 19-year-old was serving time for an incident that took place while he was a youth.
Off the field

Off the field

Members of Team Canada’s junior baseball team made waves Monday afternoon, but not on the baseball field. The junior team boarded a few boats and went for a ride with the Thunder Bay navy reserve HMCS Griffon.

Woman charged with arson after Neebing fire

A 45-year old woman from Thunder Bay has been charged with arson following a late night fire in Neebing Township. The Thunder Bay detachment of the OPP was called to the building fire on Jarvis Bay Road on Friday night.
A century celebrated

A century celebrated

When wearing a Rautjarven costume, the redder you are the better off you look, says a Finish resident. The Finlandia Club officially turned 100 years old at the end of March but held off on its celebrations until later in the summer.
What heart?

What heart?

The alleged city with a heart doesn’t appear to ring true with children continuing to suffer from an autoimmune disease says a lupus support group leader. Doctors diagnosed Paula Courtney with lupus in 1993.

Two suspected in car robbery

Police continue to look for two suspects in connection to a robbery near Sherrington Drive on Thursday. Thunder Bay Police Service officers say a 23-year-old-man went to start his car when a male and female confronted him around 8 a.m. Thursday.

Hoito's 100th kicks off Friday afternoon

A much-loved icon in Thunder Bay is celebrating it's 100th birthday this weekend. The Finlandia Club officially turned 100 years old at the end of March but is having a summer festival as its party.
Sick pooch

Sick pooch

A Thunder Bay couple believes their dog may have contracted Lyme disease from a tick at Chapples Park. Tracie Smith learned her dog Chance has the disease after taking him to the veterinarian Friday morning.
Sick pooch

Sick pooch

A Thunder Bay couple believes their dog may have contracted Lyme disease from a tick at Chapples Park. Tracie Smith learned her dog Chance has the disease after taking him to the veterinarian Friday morning.
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