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Rentech Inc. says it has borrowed another US$63 million, mainly to help it finish work on its two Northwestern Ontario wood pellet plants.

More than 300 Confederation College students walked away with $183,000 in scholarships, bursaries and awards Wednesday, thanks to the school’s generous financial donors.

If it’s any consolation — and it probably isn’t — this month may go down in the record books as one of the coldest in memory.

Sioux Lookout-based K-Net Services is getting some financial help from the federal government to help complete communications upgrades aimed at delivering enhanced mobile wireless service to 23 First

Though they aren’t mandatory until this spring, Thunder Bay firefighters are urging homeowners to install carbon monoxide detectors before the deadline following the discovery of an unconscious woman

Marathon’s Joyce Humphrey and Pam Chevrier get their dogs to sit for a treat Friday afternoon on Hemlo Drive after a big snowstorm had subsided.

Thousands turned out for Thunder Bay’s Winter Fest Family Day celebration on Monday at Prince Arthur’s Landing.

New Prospect School’s class from grades 1 and 2 headed over to the Dryden High School last week to explore the world of science and music.

Winter Fest is quite literally taking shape in Thunder Bay.

If you want to stay warm and try having some fun in Thunder Bay on Family Day, FamJam 2015 is the place to be.