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

Think Scotland’s independence is a done deal? Not so fast, laddie.

Alcohol addiction is a tough road that can lead to destruction and desolation, and no one knows that better than Kathy Maydo, a survivor who is enjoying her life again.

Emails sent to some Lakehead University students from the National Student Loan Centre turned out to be legitimate, contrary to last week’s police advisory, Thunder Bay Police said Monday.

It would take the construction of more than 5,000 homes to address a backlog of new and old requests for housing units at remote reserves across the province’s Far North, says Nishnawbe Aski Nation.

Dryden city council is taking a back seat to administration as discussions continue with Domtar Inc. over taxation for the local pulp mill.

Looking at the numbers, interest in municipal politics is blossoming west of Thunder Bay.
Election races for municipal councillors and mayors are on in each community.

The street was open but wet during Thunder Bay’s second Open Streets hosted Sunday by EcoSuperior and the city’s clean green and beautiful committee.

A professional skateboarder whose roots are in Thunder Bay is drawing a crowd at the waterfront skate park.

Motorists might soon benefit from improved traffic flow and increased safety thanks to the newly rehabilitated Winnipeg River West Branch Bridge in Kenora.