BOTB – Stone Cairns & The War of 1920

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Nestled away in the surrounding trees and bushes are mysterious stone monuments.  These are what North Bayites have been referring to as the Stone Cairns, or at least those who are aware of them. We will look into the mystery and the history surrounding these 4 […]

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Couple calls police on pine beetle

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff Dawn and Steve Christon just installed a new gazebo on their back deck and were enjoying the sunshine when terror struck. “I was sipping one of those new spicy bean Caesars when I spotted it,” recounts Dawn. “It landed right on Steve’s neck – a pine beetle.” The pine […]

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Lakeshore Drive to Get E-Bike Lanes

From: Philip St. George, thenorthbaybay.ca staff E-Bikers rejoice – North Bay will soon be adding a dedicated e-bike lane. The announcement is a “direct reaction” to the new bike lanes being added to Main St. West, explains City Councillor Vic Tikus. “There was some support for the lanes, but there was much, much more opposition.” […]

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3 Bull Sharks Released Into Lake Nipissing

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff Lake Nipissing is home to three visiting Brazilians. “Happy,” “Harry” and “Sir Bites-A-Lot,” three juvenile bull sharks from Port Suape in eastern Brazil, were released into Lake Nipissing Sunday evening. “We had a little ceremony for the sharks,” says handler Bruce Rechin. “Most people on the dock found it pretty […]

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Christian Black Metal Band Brutally Raises a Church

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Residents of the Trout Lake area were shocked Sunday morning to find something new standing in a formerly empty lot: a church. “It’s a head scratcher,” says local Jim Harbour. “One day it’s just an empty lot, and then – POOF – I wake up to […]

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