Thursday, March 4, 2010
The cleanup is complete. The Cascades Conservation area is now re-opened to the public. The recreation area at the end of Balsam Street was closed last month to allow the for the clean up of damage caused by a windstorm last September.
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Three city residents are facing charges after a marijuana grow op bust. Police say they executed a search warrant at a residence on the 100 block of Rowand Street this week. 20 pot plants were seized with an estimated street value of 20 thousand dollars. Two women were arrested at the scene and a man surrendered to police later.
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The chants of Doooooo! were filling the Fort William Gardens last night as the home town crowd really got behind Thunderwolves rookie goalie sensation. Dupuis made 34 saves in the 4-1 win over the Western Mustangs to lead the Wolves to 1-0 series lead in the OUA western final. Head Coach Joel Scherban says Dupuis has really given the team the goaltending the team needs in the playoffs. Game two goes Saturday night in London with game three if necessary going Sunday again in London.
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Peng You's hopes of getting the backing of the Dragons was ended last night. Thunder Bay's Tai Chi Chef was on last night's episode of CBC's the Dragons Den and had his business idea of teaching chinese cooking with tai chi turned down. You says although its too bad his idea wasn't accepted it was a good experience all the same.
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