10 stories to start your day, Thursday, September 21

Missing Teen – Jazzmine Craig, 16  (LOCATED)

Police are asking for public assistance in locating 16-yr old Jazzmine Craig who is believed to be in the Onaping area. She’s 5-feet tall about 95 pounds and was last seen wearing blue jeans, white shoes and a burgundy sweater.

Police say that if anyone sees Jazzmine, they should call 911.

KFM is following this story and will have more as it becomes available.

Sudbury man sentenced for possession

A Sudbury man with has been handed an equivalent 82-day sentence, after a syringe containing hydromorphone was located as part of a larger investigation by Police. The 34 year old pleaded guilty yesterday to five charges total, including breach of probation, and one count of possession of a controlled substance.

Car vs. House

A North Bay family is putting the pieces of their house front back today, after a vehicle ran into their Angus street home. The incident occurred at the intersection of Frost and Angus. Emergency crews all responded to the scene. Evidently a collision between two cars sent one into the front of the home.

Budget process overhaul coming Timmins

A budget process overhaul will be coming to the city of Timmins this coming year. CAO Dave Landers told the press this week, where in the past all items have been lumped in together, the city is going to look at pulling the budget apart… reconstructing it piece by piece moving forward, almost like building blocks.

Rogers’ wanted by Crime Stoppers

Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to the arrest of two people, Gary and Isabel Rogers. It is alleged that on July 26 the Rogers went to the parking lot of a business on Kathleen Street and committed the offences of mischief and theft. They are known to live in the Massey area.

One person injured in truck collision

One person was injured this week following a two-vehicle crash in Temagami. OPP Police said a northbound transport collided with a southbound transport, with both vehicle striking the southbound shoulder and ditch. The driver of the northbound transport was taken to hospital with undetermined injuries, which the other driver did not sustain any injuries.

Opinions, please.

Dario Zulich was on hand to yesterday, as was Mayor Brian Bigger along with others to hear first hand, thoughts from the public on their vision for the Kingsway Entertainment District and Arena/Event Centre integrated site plan. Roughly 50 people took up the offer to talk about everything from transit service to the need to include restaurants.

Cartwheel ban taken on by residents

A number of parents and community members from Callander have decided not to take a proposed ban of Cartwheels from M.T. Davidson Public school, sitting down. As numbers on a petition continue to grow, the group says they’ve also scheduled a sit-down meeting with Principle Todd Gribbon. The ban was announced, siting safety concerns.

Two residents caught following B&E

Timmins Police are thanking the public for information following a Break, Enter and Theft at the Mushkegowuk Council office earlier this month. Kate Catin with Timmins Police says that a following an investigation…

Two men from Timmins are facing a number of charged.

School gets a reprieve

The demolition of an old Manitoulin Island school building has been handed a reprieve. This is over the historic old Mindemoya Old School building. Central Manitoulin council has opted to revisit the item in a few weeks, at the next council meeting. The recommendation for demolition came from the Property Committee meeting of September 12.