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Scratched in colour pencil 44 years ago, the names of Alan and Susan Visser can still be seen on the inside wall of the Number Ten Light.

Students who have not yet applied to a post-secondary program need not fret at Confederation College.
Several programs still have seats open, meaning in some cases it’s not too late to apply.

Fort Frances OPP are investigating an act of vandalism in the bordertown community.

This was one lucky white-tailed deer.
Thunder Bay Police officers responded to a call Thursday on Brannan Lane just after 1 p.m. regarding a deer pinned under a pickup truck.

The Thunder Bay 55-plus Centre has been temporary closed due to a leaky roof.
The centre, located at 700 River St., is expected to reopen again on Tuesday following repairs, a city news release says.

A couple of boats prepare to head out on Wabigoon Lake in Dryden on Sunday.

Courtney Reimer feeds a flock of mallards and a couple of hungry seagulls that have made the Victoria Street dock area their home in Dryden.

GPS technology has helped an injured Duluth man in Quetico Provincial Park receive medical attention sooner.

Provincial police remind motorists to be on the lookout for school buses and students as a new school year begins next week.

A Municipality of Neebing dairy farm is getting help from the province to expand its operation.
Jim and Wilma Mol intend to add a bottling facility to their Slate River Dairy and Riverbend Farm.