September 2012

LU Sports Round Up

Posted on Sunday, September 30, 2012 09:49 AM

The Lakehead Thunderwolves lost 7-4 to the Brock Badgers Saturday night.  In Women's Volleyball Brandon defeated Lakehead 3-nothing. The LU Women's Basketball team beat Brandon 70 to 51. The LU Men's Basketball team defeated Brandon 92 to 69.

Run With Me T.Bay

Posted on Saturday, September 29, 2012 10:58 AM

A 25 year old hospital employee wants your help in raising funds for the Northern Cancer Fund. Jay Tysoski is taking part in the Men's Health Urbanathlon in Chicago in memory of his mother and will be holding a "Run With Me Tbay" fundraiser at Shooters this evening. Last year, Tysoski raised 5 thousand dollars and he hopes to do the same this year.

LU Sports Round Up

Posted on Saturday, September 29, 2012 07:44 AM

In University hockey, The Lakehead Thunderwolves beat the Brock Badgers 3-2 in overtime last night.  Meanwhile, LU's Women's Volley Ball team fell to Brandon 3-1. Lakehead's Women's Basketball team beat Brandon 85 to 58 and LU's Men's Basketball team were victorious against Brandon 83 to 56.

Accident Injures Pedestrian

Posted on Friday, September 28, 2012 18:31 PM

Details are sketchy, but Thunder Bay police say at least one person was taken to the hospital to be treated for two broken legs following a vehicle pedestrian accident in the city late Friday afternoon. It took place on Simpson Street just metres from the Neebing McIntyre Floodway bridge.  

Mauro Blasts Hudak's Logic

Posted on Friday, September 28, 2012 14:32 PM
Liberal MPP Bill Mauro is disputing comments about arbitration awards by Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak. While in Thunder Bay Friday Hudak told municipal leaders his party wants to change the laws and hopes to have its own passed this session.

Smile Cookie Numbers In

Posted on Friday, September 28, 2012 13:44 PM
Thunder Bay's cookie monsters can pat themselves on the back. They helped Tim Hortons to raise almost 33 thousand dollars in the recent Smile Cookie campaign. In the region Fort Frances raised almost 5 thousand dollars, Kenora raised 36 hundred dollars, Dryden 16 hundred, Nipigon 14 hundred and Red Lake 11 hundred dollars.