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South core to host three major events this weekend

THUNDER BAY – the city’s downtown south core will play host to three big events this coming weekend. The annual Riverfest is being held in conjunction with the Fort William Street Festival and Doors Open Thunder Bay.

Deadline for applications to LU law school looms

Students hoping to enroll in Lakehead University's new law school don't have much time left to apply. The deadline for the first class in 2013 is fast approaching.
Back to school

Back to school

Principal David Isherwood and Grade 9 students have something in common – they both had their first day at Sir Winston Churchill High School Wednesday.
Making a splash

Making a splash

Keith Hobbs was wading in the water Wednesday to promote the city. The mayor took a stroll through the splash pad at Prince Arthur’s Landing for a photo shoot. The photo will run in Thunder Bay Experience magazine.
Gardening inmates

Gardening inmates

The mayor thinks getting prisoners to work in the community could be a good idea.

Man propositions teen in mall bathroom

Police are searching for a man they allege propositioned a 14-year-old boy in a Thunder Bay shopping centre bathroom. On Sunday evening, at approximately 5 p.m.

Slow month for grain shipments at local port

THUNDER BAY – The latest statistics are out for the Port of Thunder Bay, and it's been another slow month for grain shipments. But Port Authority officials are stilling feeling optimistic about the rest of 2012.
Controversial email

Controversial email

City police do not believe a news release dubbing a murder suspect as “the Fresh Breath Killer” is racist.
Celebrity speaker tells students to think beyond the classroom

Celebrity speaker tells students to think beyond the classroom

While school is important, a TV personality is encouraging students to think outside of the classroom during their years in college.
Sleeping in

Sleeping in

Thunder Bay Catholic high school students could catch some extra shuteye in the morning. The Lakehead Public School Board made the switch to the later start time of 9:30 a.m.
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