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Great Stories

Do you know someone with a great story? We want to share it!

Everyone knows a great person with a great story. So, our concept is simple. Find amazing people in our community with great stories to tell and share those stories with everyone else.

We are looking for heroes, philanthropists, innovators, volunteers, good neighbours, visionaries, donors, adventurers, veterans or anyone you think is a great person with a unique story.

Submit a short summary that includes the name of the person and the story you think we should highlight. Give us your name and contact info as well as the contact for the person you want us to write about (or he best person to contact that can tell their story).

Submit below.


‘I’ll keep on singing’ Tulloch says

‘I’ll keep on singing’ Tulloch says

For the past year, local singer has comforted ARCH residents, families with gospel hymns
Using poetry to fill in the blanks: A writer's battle against memory loss

Using poetry to fill in the blanks: A writer's battle against memory loss

Owen Neill rediscovered his love of the written word following Alzheimers diagnosis
VIDEO: 'You're going home now boys, and life is what you make it'

VIDEO: 'You're going home now boys, and life is what you make it'

WWII veteran Jens Lamour tells his story
Emily gets her kicks

Emily gets her kicks

The Sault’s Emily Wilkinson is studying at Sault College, playing and coaching soccer as she battles a rare disease
Half a century in ‘The Beautiful Game’

Half a century in ‘The Beautiful Game’

The Sault’s Ian MacKenzie helped launch minor soccer at local level in 1968; still involved as a coach
Soup Kitchen dedicates ‘Tony Martin Community Hall’ <b>(5 photos)</b>

Soup Kitchen dedicates ‘Tony Martin Community Hall’ (5 photos)

Former Sault MPP, MP, was a Sault Ste. Marie Soup Kitchen Community Centre founding father
Forgiveness overcomes hate, says award-winning author in Sault visit

Forgiveness overcomes hate, says award-winning author in Sault visit

Both sides of Mark Sakamoto’s family suffered in Second World War, in Canada and Japan; author says grandparents, parents taught him value of forgiveness
'Reading is the key that unlocks everything': Parkland P.S. benefits from Adopt a School program

'Reading is the key that unlocks everything': Parkland P.S. benefits from Adopt a School program

Small school library in Sault Ste. Marie's east end receives literary facelift thanks to nationwide fundraiser
Sault company gives Breast Cancer Awareness Month a lift <b>(3 photos)</b>

Sault company gives Breast Cancer Awareness Month a lift (3 photos)

Service Rentals & Sales paints boom man lift pink; proceeds of boom rentals in October to go to breast cancer treatment, research
Meet Davis. He’s found his ‘happy place’ <b>(video)</b>

Meet Davis. He’s found his ‘happy place’ (video)

Sault man plays with band weekly at Reggie’s West, gets the crowd dancing