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This Week in SooToday History

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

Ten years ago: February 10-16, 2004

The Sault Area Hospital board of directors voted to expand hospitalist program to care for more than 6,000 Saultites who are without a family physician  Read it here 

SooToday.com has learned that Martin will seek the NDP's nod to run in the next federal election  Read it here

Alex Cushley, a student in Korah Collegiate's International Baccalaureate Programme, is one of a handful of young people from across the province chosen for Ontario’s 2004 Youth Tobacco Team (YTT)  Read it here

Carmen Provenzano, M.P. announces $32,500 for Great Lakes environmental projects in Sault Ste. Marie  Read it here

The Soo Greyhounds Hockey Club announced lower ticket prices for children and students  Read it here

Five years ago: February 10-16, 2009

It's been a quarter century since Rosetta Sicoli and her mom Maria bought a house at 531 Albert Street East and transformed it into the centerpiece of the Sault's fine-dining scene  Read it here

A CFL player remembers former teacher and coach Richard Maunu  Read it here

Sault Ste. Marie Mayor John Rowswell confirmed that he will seek the Conservative Party's nomination to run in the next federal election  Read it here

SooToday.com tried - and failed - to get information from the Northeast LHIN regarding the proposed closure of Matthews Memorial Hospital  Read it here

At a ceremony held today at the Regional Emergency Services Complex on Old Garden River Road, MPP David Orazietti presented local EMS workers with a plaque on behalf of the province of Ontario  Read it here

One year ago: February 10-16, 2013

A Sault baby got a visit from Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman John-Michael Liles and centre Jay McClement at SickKids hospital  Read it here

Pope Benedict XVI announced that he will resign February 28  Read it here

Sault Ste. Marie MPP David Orazietti was sworn in as Ontario’s new Minister of Natural Resources  Read it here

Sault Ste. Marie cross country skier Rachelle Barbeau returned from competing in the World Special Olympics Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea  Read it here

Sault boys win American Pixel Academy Platinum Award  Read it here



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Donna Hopper has been a photojournalist with SooToday since 2007, and her passion for music motivates her to focus on area arts, entertainment and community events.
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