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This Week in SooToday History

The following is a look back through the archives as we present This Week in SooToday History .

The following is a look back through the archives as we present This Week in SooToday History.

Ten years ago: January 27-February 2, 2004

The Lock City Dairies mascot was cow-napped from the front entrance of the Shoppers Drug Mart at the Cambrian Mall  Read it here

A death threat was spray painted in the Advanced Thermodynamics building  Read it here

It was announced that Moore's Audiotronic will close its doors after 95 years of business  Read it here

City Council endorses the creation of a local Youth Council, but there's some question as to who should sit on said council  Read it here

Searchmont Ski Runners bring home medals from the Mealey Classic at Searchmont Resort  Read it here

Five years ago: January 27-February 2, 2009

It was announced that DDI Seamless Cylinder International Inc. will cease operations  Read it here

The Ottawa Senators hockey club released a statement announcing that Cory Coulston will replace Craig Hartsburg as head coach  Read it here

The Harlem Globetrotters faced the Washington Generals at the Essar Centre  Read it here

Wawa rock fan put the call out for readers to submit their Castle Farms cancer stories for a book he's writing  Read it here

Sault area Hospital officials faced tough questions from City Council and reporters regarding rumours of financial mismanagement  Read it here

One year ago: January 27-February 2, 2013

Part of a road collapsed and a water main broke on Killarney Street  Read it here

Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath paid a visit to Sault Ste. Marie  Read it here

The 50th annual Bon Soo Winter Carnival kicked off with live music, local dancers and fireworks  Read it here

ServiceOntario hours cut in half in Northern Ontario locations  Read it here

The Mantracker Terry Grant and local author Nadine Robinson donate $1,100 to area firefighters  Read it here