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Scrabble challenge attracts over 100

Scrabble challenge attracts over 100

Scrabble players place their tiles and count their points at a challenge this weekend in North Bay.
A marsh near a highway, April 18

A marsh near a highway, April 18

Trumpeter Swan # 775 was spotted today in a marsh along side Highway 534 just outside of Restoule.
Anti-casino group has message for North Bay

Anti-casino group has message for North Bay

The president of an anti-gambling organization in Gananoque, Ont. has a message for North Bay city council and the business community.
Rumble at the Gardens (Updated)

Rumble at the Gardens (Updated)

Ted DiBiase knew everyone had their price, but he just couldn’t convince the Tonga Kid and Brutus “the Barber” Beefcake.
Strike/lock-out possible at credit union

Strike/lock-out possible at credit union

Business could soon be disrupted at branches of a Northern Ontario financial institution.
Kiwanis benches available for sponsorship

Kiwanis benches available for sponsorship

Businesses and residents can once again sponsor benches this year through the Kiwanis Club of North Bay...
Police seek lost ice shack

Police seek lost ice shack

The Ontario Provincial Police has asked the public for its assistance in the search for an ice shack stolen off Lake Nipissing Sunday March 7.
McDonald "encouraged" by response

McDonald "encouraged" by response

Former MPP Al McDonald appears on the verge of seeking the federal Conservative Party nomination for the Nipissing-Timiskaming riding.
Tom Mason shows off his sporran

Tom Mason shows off his sporran

Coun. Tom Mason shows off his sporran to the North Bay Kiwanis Club Thursday afternoon. Mason, born in Scotland, was the club's guest speaker and relayed a story about wearing a kilt and sporran when he met his father-in-law to be.
North Bay's citizen of the year announced (Updated)

North Bay's citizen of the year announced (Updated)

Brian Winkworth reacts Thursday to his announcement as the 2003 citizen of the year.