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Crime of the week

Crime of the week

Near North Crime Stopper Box 382 North Bay, ON P1B 8H5 Call Toll free 1-800-222-TIPS Or 476-8477 Fax 476-1784 Crime of the Week for July 8, 2004 Near North Crime Stoppers and the Mattawa Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are seeking the pub
Clark signs off UPDATED

Clark signs off UPDATED

EZ Rock host Scott Clark talks to supporters after signing off on his final radio program. ____________________________________________________________ Scott Clark was the morning DJ, the bright good morning voice playing all the hits for you.
Heritage Fund won't seek repayment

Heritage Fund won't seek repayment

The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation won’t be seeking repayment of $1.
Quarry death being investigated

Quarry death being investigated

The Ontario Provincial Police in Burk's Falls continues to investigate the death of an Armour Township quarry worker. Melvin Davis, 55, was found dead in a gravel pit on Monday at approximately 11:45 a.m.
Go fish this weekend: no licence required

Go fish this weekend: no licence required

The Ontario government is encouraging everyone to go fishing this weekend. And to do so, it's lifting licence requirements for Family Fishing Weekend.
Tree hunt contest update

Tree hunt contest update

The public is invited to the home of Mr. James Randle, 209 Reginald Street, Thursday at 1:00 p.m. Mr. Reginald is a nominee in the Front Yard Garden Contest.
Hot spot clean-up

Hot spot clean-up

Communities in Bloom is looking for volunteers to help clean-up this week's hot spot, on Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. This week’s location is McKeown Avenue and Gormanville Road. Please park in student parking across from Student Residence.
Copper charged in accident

Copper charged in accident

An Ontario Provincial Police officer has been charged following a motor vehicle accident which took place last week.
Last Cull

Last Cull

Preparations are under way at the North Bay Waterfront for the Last Cull reality fishing derby. The program will see people from around the world vie for bragging rights for the biggest bass caught as well as the $50, 000 grand prize.
Americans Mark Independence Day

Americans Mark Independence Day

Hot dogs, football and the U.S. flag helped our American cousins in North Bay mark July 4 celebrations.