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A 28-year-old Thunder Bay man has been charged in connection with Thursday night’s fire at a south-side home.

“Purple soup? You can’t ‘beet’ it,” laughed Heather Foster, the environment science teacher at Hammarskjold High School.

Provincial police divers continued Friday looking for a Sault Ste. Marie man who had been reported missing from his camp in a remote area near Wawa.

Confederation College students got a taste of what it means to be environment-friendly during a Sustainability Fair on the Thunder Bay campus.

They’re not for sale, at least not right now.

Gardening season all but ended as residents woke up to frost and a temperature of -2 C on Thursday. Gardens that weren’t covered were most likely destroyed by the frost.

Spraying water through turbines, brushing enormous teeth and getting a first-hand look at rising dam water helped more than 300 grades 3 and 4 students learn about water during the Lakehead Region Con

An updated plan that will allow greater flexibility when moderating Lake Superior water levels, particularly during drought periods, shouldn’t cause property owners on the big lake any undue hardship,

The Thunder Bay Crime Prevention Council is calling for nominations for the fourth annual Mayor’s Community Safety Awards.

Thunder Bay Police are seeking a man suspected of dropping off a threatening letter at the Brodie Street Library on the weekend.