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A prestigious and long standing charity golf tournament has found a new home with The Chronicle-Journal.

The first locally organized craft beer festival in Thunder Bay is set to take place from Aug. 14-15 at Prince Arthur's Landing.

The number of people in Thunder Bay earning taxpayer-funded salaries of at least $100,000 a year continues to grow.

Algonquin Avenue Public School showed their support to a four-year-old girl who is battling leukemia.

Citing false 911 calls due to pocket dialing and children playing with cellphones, Fort Frances area provincial police remind the public to be careful about accidentally dialing the emergency-only num

Daily Editorial

WHILE many people viewed Noront Resources’ plan this week to acquire the vast chromite properties of Cliffs Natural Resources as a welcome shot in the arm of the stalled Ring of Fire mining project, M

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THUMBS Up to the “little nurse wearing lime green scrubs (I think named Kelsey) at emergency the night of March 21.