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The 15th annual Empty Bowls/Caring Hearts Dinner was again a success with about 300 expected to attend.
Pyteke Blaauw, one of many event volunteers recalled the dinner’s history on Sunday.

Aviation enthusiasts got a history lesson Sunday about aviation pioneer Orville Wieben.
It was a packed house for the presentation at the Northwestern Ontario Aviation Heritage Centre.

Talks between the City of Thunder Bay and the union representing its specialized transit workers continued late Sunday and the strike deadline was extended to Wednesday.

Marathon volunteers Lois Caruk and Sandra Senden were selling tickets Friday afternoon for a Humane Society fundraiser at the Centre Mall. The top prize is $1,000. Tickets are still available.

A Chapleau-area man is to appear in court on Dec. 17 on a charge of impaired driving.

The Dryden Fire Service has launched a recruitment drive for volunteer firefighters.
Interested individuals can apply between now and the end of the month, fire Chief Ken Kurz said Friday.

Dance music provided the driving beat at the third annual Zumba Bust-A-Move event, held Friday night at the West Thunder Community Centre.

Thunder Bay Fire Rescue plans to phase in a new law requiring carbon-monoxide alarms in homes with a six-month public education and awareness program.

Two Kenora residents have been charged with trafficking in illegal drugs following an extensive investigation by provincial police.

The future site of a new high school in Sioux Lookout has been selected.