The Blind River area might have a probable case of Lyme disease. Algoma Public Health is investigating. People can become infected with Lyme following a bite from a black-legged tick. Symptoms could take anywhere from one to four weeks to show up and include fatigue, joint and muscle pain, headaches and a skin rash that looks like a bull’s eye. The health unit says anyone getting a tick bite and leaving it untreated risks getting heart, joint and nervous system problems. Last year there were 145 cases of Lyme in Ontario.