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Mustangs nip Wolves

Keaton Turkiewicz scored 8:27 into the third period, snapping a 1-1 tie Friday night as the Western Mustangs knocked off the visiting Lakehead Thunderwolves 3-1.

Leafs GM Burke coming for Special Olympic Games

There will be a familiar face at the opening ceremonies for the 2011 Ontario Special Olympic Winter Games. Leafs GM Brian Burke is making the trek to Thunder Bay to welcome more than 400 athletes to the Games, which are scheduled between Jan.

Marathon, Terry Fox run combine forces

Organizers have confirmed the Thunder Bay Miles With the Giant marathon will make a second appearance along the Thunder Bay shoreline. Race officials on Friday said the Sept.
Tradition continues

Tradition continues

It’s not about winning or losing. It’s about having fun.

Gryphons improve to 8-0

Superior Collegiate continues to roll through the competition in senior high school basketball play.

Stars snap five-game slide

Ten days off was just what the doctor ordered for the Thunder Bay North Stars.
Stiff competition

Stiff competition

There’s an old adage in sports that says the best offense is a good defence.

Cain helps Jr. B Stars complete comeback

A Noah Cain tally with 2:40 remaining was the difference as the Jr. B Stars rallied from a three-goal deficit to defeat the Northern Hawks 5-4 Tuesday in a penalty-filled Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League contest at the Tournament Centre.

Trojans hit century mark in win

The Churchill Trojans weren’t holding anything back on Tuesday night. Hunter Janssens scored 24 and Tim Baxter chipped in 17 as the Trojans (3-4) walloped the winless St.
Large local contingent going to Canada Games

Large local contingent going to Canada Games

Canada’s Winter Games contingent braved chilly afternoon weather on Tuesday, helping Mayor Keith Hobbs raise the event flag to celebrate their achievements.