Day: July 9, 2019

Game Recap: Rockets 94, Kings 92

NBA.com: News Go to Source Juan Carlos Blanco, Rotowire LAS VEGAS — Gary Clark and Chris Clemons each hit the 20-point mark and scored the Rockets’ final four points to lead Houston to a 94-92 victory over the Sacramento Kings at Cox Pavilion in a Las Vegas Summer League matchup Tuesday night. The Kings (2-1) […]

Read More

Game Recap: Raptors 85, Knicks 73

NBA.com: News Go to Source Martin Springall, RotoWire LAS VEGAS — Thomas & Mack Center hosted a battle of Atlantic Division foes as the struggling New York Knicks fell to the defending NBA Champion Toronto Raptors 85-73.  The Knicks (0-3) entered the tournament high on many observers’ lists as favorites to win the entire event […]

Read More

City police to get help with with trauma, PTSD

North Bay Nugget Time lost at work due to trauma-related stress on the rise, chief says Police Chief Scott Tod listens to a presentation from Ivan Ryman, forensic identification officer with the North Bay Police Service, Tuesday during a Police Services Board meeting. Michael Lee/The Nugget The North Bay Police Association will have a psychotherapist […]

Read More

Drug arrest cuts man’s bail release to just six days

North Bay Nugget ‘It is obvious he has addiction issues he has to deal with’ Within six days of being granted bail on drug charges, a West Nipissing man was arrested outside a Sturgeon Falls coffee shop and more drugs were seized, Ontario Court of Justice was told Tuesday. Jean-Claude Phillippe, 42, pleaded guilty before […]

Read More

Less rail freight, more passengers for Ontario Northland

North Bay Nugget Supplied Photo Ontario Northland saw a slight dip in rail freight but higher passenger numbers overall for the 2017-18 year, according to the Crown corporation’s latest annual report. The number of carloads shipped last year dropped to 37,500, compared to 38,903 in 2016-17, but is more than the 34,088 carloads reported in […]

Read More

Silver: NBA has ‘work to do’ on tweaking free agency

NBA.com: News Go to Source LAS VEGAS – The feeding frenzy of NBA free agency did more than keep the league in the sports headlines in July or commit upwards of a half billion dollars to player contracts in the days after the opening bell. It also generated significant discussion among team management and NBA […]

Read More

North Bay-area music festival offers canoe trips

North Bay Nugget River & Sky boasts 30-band lineup July 18-21 River & Sky music and camping festival, which takes place July 18-21, has partnered with Pine Falls Lodge and Temagami Outfitting Company to help audience members canoe to the festival. SUPPLIED PHOTO River & Sky music and camping festival, which takes place July 18-21, […]

Read More

Netflix’s ‘Another Life’ trailer shows Katee Sackhoff back in space

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links It’s been a while since we heard about this 10-episode sci-fi series from Netflix that features Battlestar Galactica and Longmire star Katee Sackhoff, but now there’s a new teaser trailer for Another Life. According to the synopsis, her character Niko Breckenridge is on an interstellar mission to find the origin […]

Read More

Premiers, chiefs, all Canadians divided over Trans Mountain, says AFN Chief Bellegarde

CBC | Indigenous News Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde is seen during a media availability during the Premiers and Indigenous Leaders meeting in Big River First Nation, Sask., Tuesday. (Jonathan Hayward/Canadian Press) Resolving divisive issues like the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline would be made easier if Indigenous people had a […]

Read More

First Nations launch new court challenge to Trans Mountain pipeline

CBC | Indigenous News Chief Leah George-Wilson of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation and several other Indigenous leaders discuss their court appeal of the latest Trans Mountain pipeline decision in Vancouver on Tuesday. (Maggie MacPherson/CBC) Six First Nations that have filed another legal challenge against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion say Canada’s ownership of the corporation behind […]

Read More