Here’s a look at Today’s headlines for Thursday, May 12

Greater Sudbury Police is looking for help in locating missing 17-year-old Nicole Tyson. She is believed to be in the area of Birch Island on Manitoulin Island. Nicole is 5-5 tall and weighs 100 lbs. She has brown eyes and brown shoulder-length hair. She wears glasses.

The Sault Ste. Marie Museum, in partnership with Entomica, will host a pop-up exhibit to celebrate the importance of natural history.

Laurentian university plans to seek creditor protection extensions beyond the end of this month.

West Nipissing will see a 1% tax increase this year, resulting in an average $19 increase for homeowners.

Timmins city councillor Mickey Auger is the first person to enter the municipal election race, going for a second term.

Algoma Public Heath says COVID 19 hospitalizations continue to drop.

Billings town council is reviewing their bylaw for chickens being kept in areas of the township

Since the start of Forest Fire season, Sudbury firefighters have responded to 33 fires so far this month.

Two of the first two fires of the season in our region are burning south of Timmins.

For the first time since 1965, the Biennial Convention of the Royal Canadian Legion Ontario Provincial Command is being held in North Bay.

PUC Crews in Sault Ste Marie responded to an outage affecting 850 customers in the area of Hudson east.

The Wiikwemkoong Agricultural Services says their herd has grown to 26 head with the addition of a number of calves this season.

North Bay OPP responded to a motor vehicle collision on Tillicum Road, in Callander this morning, noting the roadway was closed for a time.

Discover science, put on by Science North in Greater Sudbury, is in Smooth Rock Falls this week.

Goulais Fire and Rescue as well as Aweres Fire and Rescue were dealing with a fully involved structure fire 100-200 block of Trout Lake Road North of Sault Ste Marie.

Over a million dollars in infrastructure upgrades are on the way for two Near North District School Board schools, AT Mapleridge Public School in Powassan and Argyle Public School in Port Loring.

Assiginack Township council has voted to repairs to one of its buildings, which houses the Canada Post Corporation office and the Bank of Montreal (115 Arthur Street), in Manitowaning.

Greater Sudbury Police is looking for help in locating missing 17-year-old Nicole Tyson.

The NBRHC is celebrating Nurses Week by handing out the 2022 Leslie Burt-Manary RN Leadership Award.

The Liberal Party of Ontario says they now have a candidate in the Sault riding in the form of Liam Hancock.