Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Tuesday, July 19

Two new wildfires have sparked up in the North East. Sudbury 23 is approximately 6km east of Burwash and not yet under control while Sudbury 24, is approximately 1.5 km east of Highway 69 and not yet under control.

The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is requesting public assistance to locate 14-year-old Grace McClelland. She was last seen on the 18th July 2022 at approximately 8:00 pm. Grace was wearing a tan-coloured tank top with baggy blue jeans. She is described as 5’5” with short red/brown hair.

The Simon Lake stewardship committee is asking Sudbury city council help to purchase a skimmer all to clean up the Simon Lake watershed.

“Clean, Green and Beautiful North Bay” is inviting community members to jump in during a two-day cleanup of the downtown on July 23 and July 24.

Sault Police who responded to a report of a break and enter in progress on Edmonds Ave. have a 28-year-old in custody, allegedly found on site.

St. Joseph’s General Hospital Elliot Lake is changing its visitors’ policies, allowing for two at a time for end-of-life cases.

The planning for Sudbury’s international film festival is officially underway after a two-year hiatus.

Partners Billiards and Bowling in North Bay has been awarded the Provincial Bowling Championships, come next Spring.

The Municipal Accommodations Tax (MAT) will see $40,000 transferred over to Tourism Timmins for various events as part of a larger funding announcement.

Algoma Public Health says a swimming advisory remains in place for Spine Beach, in Elliot lake due to high bacteria levels.