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TBSO announces new Season 59.5
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~ September 14, 2020 (LSN) After spending the last several months committed to making this season happen, the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra announces Season 59.5, sponsored by TBT Engineering. This will be a unique opportunity to experience the talents of the TBSO musicians in a new way.
Event Location: Hilldale Lutheran Church
Tbaytel Art & Design Auction of Hope Supporting Local Breast Cancer Care
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~~ October 15, 2020 (LSN) The Tbaytel Luncheon of Hope may not be happening this year, but breast cancer doesn't stop in the face of a pandemic. For patients with breast cancer, the reality of this pandemic has added an even greater and unimaginable layer of stress to an already difficult time. Now, more than ever, breast cancer patients who are treated here, need our community’s help.
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~~ January 16, 2021 (LSN) In a media release the THUNDER BAY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA stated that We're not able to live-stream the concerts we had planned for January 22, 2021 that night because of the new stay at home order.
OTTAWA, ONTARIO WASHINGTON, DC January 13, 2021 (LSN) Canada’s borders to the United States will remain closed to non-essential travelers until at least Feb. 21 as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the extension of the restriction Tuesday. The current restrictions were set to expire Jan. 21,2021
SAULT STE MARIE, MICHIGAN ~~~~~~ January 10, 2021 (LSN) The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has organized a pilot program to keep boating access sites plowed this winter at more than two dozen popular Upper Peninsula ice-fishing locations.
Various local partners have volunteered to assist the DNR with the program to help ensure that access to ice-fishing opportunities in the U.P. are available consistently during winter.
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THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO January 8, 2021 (LSN) With the end of the holiday season and a new year in full swing, the TBSO will continue to offer small chamber performances to music lovers in its second half of the 2020/21 Season.
One of our goals is to provide a live concert experience, while another is to broaden the reach of our orchestra. This season has allowed us to discover new ways to reach out and connect with people and we will continue to do just that.
PRAIRIE DU SAC, WISCONSIN ~~~~~~ January 7, 2021 (LSN) Wisconsin’s longest-running bald eagle watching extravaganza is going virtual for 2021, with programming available throughout January and February. Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Sauk Prairie area’s Bald Eagle Watching Days will be livestreamed. Bald eagle lovers will be able to see their favorite parts of this annual event from the comfort and safety of their own home during its 35th year.
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CHIPPEWA COUNTY, MICHIGAN ~~~~~~ January 7, 2021 (LSN) Beginning January 11, 2021, the Chippewa County Health Department (CCHD) will vaccinate individuals in Phase 1B. However, CCHD does not have sufficient vaccine supply for all individuals in this group but is collaborating with War Memorial Hospital to supply the vaccine.
DOOR COUNTY, WISCONSIN ~~~~~~ January 5, 2020 (LSN) Temporary trail closures to the northern half of Potawatomi State Park's trail system are in immediate effect while logging operations are underway to improve safety for visitors and the health of the ecosystem.
SAULT STE MARIE, MICHIGAN ~~~~~~ January 5, 2020 (LSN) War Memorial Hospital welcomed the first baby of 2021, on Friday, January 1. Drew Douglas Stratton was born at 3:59 pm to parents Corey & Hannah Stratton of Sault Ste. Marie.
SAULT STE MARIE, ONTARIO ~~~~~~ December 31, 2020 (LSN) 2020 was the 10th anniversary of the Sault Blues Society. The Executive had discussed and was working with Rotary Sault Ste. Marie to present an “all blues stage night” as part of Rotaryfest 2020. We had also been in contact with 4 traveling bands that were routing through the Soo in 2020 to work out the possibility of performing for the fine blues fans of the Soo. Unfortunately, these acts were not possible due to the worldwide COVID pandemic. We hope that you enjoy our Virtual Blues Miniseries with the expectations of live performances to return to local stages in the future!!
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ December 28, 2020 (LSN) The Superior International Junior Hockey League is announcing today that the Thief River Falls Norskies and the Wisconsin Lumberjacks are pausing their activities for the 2020-21 SIJHL season due to restrictions arising from the COVID-19 global pandemic.
“This is a sad day for the Norskies, the Lumberjacks and indeed the entire SIJHL,” said League Commissioner Darrin Nicholas.