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Marathon lets pride shine despite rain

Marathon lets pride shine despite rain

After the parade attendees were treated to a free Barbecue and had to chance to visit a bunch of different booths
Region celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

Region celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

Many First Nations communities have developed their own annual traditions to celebrate their culture.
'Very concerning': Northwest OPP have responded to 12 fatal crashes already this year

'Very concerning': Northwest OPP have responded to 12 fatal crashes already this year

The increase in fatalities this year prompts OPP to remind drivers to remember the risk when driving Ontario’s highways.
Nipigon raises flag to officially recognize Pride Month

Nipigon raises flag to officially recognize Pride Month

While the township doesn’t have any official events planned yet for the rest of Pride Month, leadership is encouraging residents to step forward and “be a champion” to help the town support 2SLGBTQIA+ residents. 
Health minister and Thunder Bay-Superior North MPP clash over doctor shortage

Health minister and Thunder Bay-Superior North MPP clash over doctor shortage

Skirmish during Question Period was over how the government is responding to the problem
Marathon looking to address housing shortage as mining boom looms

Marathon looking to address housing shortage as mining boom looms

Marathon is actively looking to address housing shortages as Generation Mining finalized its construction procedures.
Family of woman killed in ambulance launches $1M lawsuit

Family of woman killed in ambulance launches $1M lawsuit

Connie Halverson died last year when the ambulance she was travelling in as a patient collided with a snowplow; medic is charged with careless driving causing death
Eggs-cellent pilot project clucks forward in Marathon

Eggs-cellent pilot project clucks forward in Marathon

The Town of Marathon has approved a pilot project where residents can keep chickens in their backyards.
Chief calls for Beardmore ambulance base to remain after transport crashes into houses

Chief calls for Beardmore ambulance base to remain after transport crashes into houses

Occupants of the home were not injured but Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek Chief Paul Gladu says the incident demonstrates the importance of local emergency services
North Shore resident collects supernatural stories for his book

North Shore resident collects supernatural stories for his book

Paranormal enthusiast Carson T set sights on writing a book based on North Shore residents’ supernatural experiences.
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