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911 Anniversary Draws Near

THUNDER BAY – The Tenth Anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon are bringing forward memorials, and concerns that terrorists may attack on the anniversary. American Secretary of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano states, “As we approach the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the

Posted 3 September 2011 by in CrimeBeat
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Eyes on Space Lets You Explore the Solar System

PASADENA, Calif. – Space may still be, as Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry said, “The final frontier”, however now, from here on earth it is now possible to get a space-eye view of the solar system courtesy of NASA. The Space Agency are providing the public the power to journey through the solar system using

Posted 3 September 2011 by in Technology
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RIDE Program Nabs Impaired Drivers

THUNDER BAY – A RIDE Program run on Thursday, September 1st resulted in approximately 850 vehicles being stopped at the designated checkpoints. The Thunder Bay RIDE program stops were set up along Memorial Avenue, and several other routes known by police to be frequented by impaired drivers. Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service who

Posted 3 September 2011 by in CrimeBeat
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Thunder Bay Seeks to Tag Out London in Baseball Challenge

THUNDER BAY – Warren Phelp states, “Being named Canada’s Favourite Ball Park would only enhance Port Arthur Stadium’s image as a great place to host national or international competitions or play college wood bat baseball, namely with the Border Cats. Let’s get the vote out folks before Tuesday”. Since 1951, when Port Arthur Stadium opened,

Posted 3 September 2011 by in Sports
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