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Two of 38 forest fires not yet under control

Two of 38 forest fires not yet under control

Three new fires confirmed Saturday afternoon
Ride for ARCH gets bigger and better <b>(14 photos)</b>

Ride for ARCH gets bigger and better (14 photos)

Fourth annual Ride for ARCH included 100 motorbike enthusiasts Saturday; last year’s ride raised $20,000 for Sault hospice
John Street to become Métis tourist destination

John Street to become Métis tourist destination

New delivery site for Métis Nation’s education and training, health and wellness promotion and seniors and justice system support programs
Fire ban in effect for Huron Shores

Fire ban in effect for Huron Shores

Fire ban permits small, contained fires for cooking and/or warmth but fireworks are not permitted
Thunderbirds signings continue ahead of new season

Thunderbirds signings continue ahead of new season

Soo Thunderbirds have signed a handful of local players ahead of the 2018-19 NOJHL season
‘I was devastated when I saw it’: Sault woman finds Canada goose wounded by fishing line <b>(3 photos)</b>

‘I was devastated when I saw it’: Sault woman finds Canada goose wounded by fishing line (3 photos)

Expert advice is available locally in regard to treating injured birds
Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Today will be mostly sunny again with the light north winds
Residential school, reconciliation at forefront of upcoming talks

Residential school, reconciliation at forefront of upcoming talks

Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre looks at healing and reconciliation through education
New Sault Transit routes, schedules start next weekend

New Sault Transit routes, schedules start next weekend

Riders are advised to pay attention to signage on new routes and be aware that some bus stops and shelters will be decommissioned or covered until removal in order to reflect the new routes
Possible blue-green algae bloom found in Bass Lake

Possible blue-green algae bloom found in Bass Lake

People and pets should not swim in or use water from the lake, says Algoma Public Health