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Air unit helps snuff small forest fire

Water bomber helps snuff small forest fire A Ministry of Natural Resources water-bomber had to be called in to help deal with a small fire near the base of Mount McKay Tuesday.
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Hillcourt Estates Mobile Home Park tenants are concerned about a proposal to sell the city-owned trailer park. Eric Leat has lived at the trailer park off Rosslyn Road since it first opened in 1976.

Reggie Bushie inquest delayed again

A long-awaited coroner's inquest into the tragic death of an area teenager was delayed again Tuesday. A pre-inquest hearing regarding 15-year-old Reggie Bushie was scheduled to begin Tuesday morning. But regional coroner Dr.
Power out, Wood in

Power out, Wood in

While officials at a local institute are disappointed one Michael is leaving, they have confidence a replacement with the same first name will be equally as successful.
Battling Bell

Battling Bell

Jerry Anderson says he doesn’t want to be the canary in the coalmine for Bell Mobility’s proposed cell tower. The 60-year-old has lived in the township of Ware in the Thunder Bay area for more than 20 years.
'I'm willing to die'

'I'm willing to die'

Peter Moonias says he’s willing to die if that’s what it takes to stop the Ring of Fire development.

OPP investigate death of Kenora man

Kenora police are looking into the sudden death of a 22-year-old-man found near a CP rail crossing. OPP say they discovered the body near the railway crossing on Government Road on Sunday around 5:30 a.m.

OPP investigate death of Kenora man

Police looking into death of 22-year-old-man Kenora police are looking into the sudden death of a 22-year-old-man found near a CP rail crossing. OPP say they discovered the body near the railway crossing on Government Road on Sunday around 5:30 a.m.

Police searching for man involved in crime spree

Police are looking for a 23-year-old man who they say was involved in an alleged crime spree involving two collisions with two stolen vehicles and a break and enter.

Algonquin students visit council on fundraising mission

The viral video about war criminal Joseph Kony inspired Algonquin Public School students to take a stand of their own. Brittney Cournoyer, a Grade 7 student at Algonquin, heard about the video from a fellow classmate a few months ago.
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