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<b>Sunday Funny:</b> Early Retirement

Sunday Funny: Early Retirement

In this week's cartoon, Ron Moffatt comments on working for a living
Slightly higher turnout for advance voting over last municipal election

Slightly higher turnout for advance voting over last municipal election

Voting Day is Monday, Oct. 22
Good morning Sault Ste. Marie!

Good morning Sault Ste. Marie!

Showers ending near noon then mainly cloudy.
‘More than punching and kicking’ <b>(10 photos)</b>

‘More than punching and kicking’ (10 photos)

Soo Dan Hapkido provincial martial arts tournament was held in Sault Saturday; organizers look forward to 2019 world tournament to be held locally
Is the mayor blocking Rory Ring's access to city information?

Is the mayor blocking Rory Ring's access to city information?

Acting city solicitor Melanie Borowicz-Sibenik says Provenzano had nothing whatsoever to do with her decision to deny a freedom-of-information request from the mayoral challenger
Colts cap perfect regular season

Colts cap perfect regular season

Korah picked up a win over Superior Heights on Friday night to finish regular season action in senior high school football with a 6-0 record
Ballot selfies are illegal. Just so you know

Ballot selfies are illegal. Just so you know

Can't even show your ballot to anyone. That's the law
Habitat for Humanity welcomes new executive director

Habitat for Humanity welcomes new executive director

Katie Blunt is the former project coordinator of the Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (SEE) Project and project coordinator of the Community Adjustment Committee
Sault Police await arrival of roadside cannabis testing devices as legalization date approaches

Sault Police await arrival of roadside cannabis testing devices as legalization date approaches

Chief says local police going with drug testing device recommended by feds
Local health funding a step towards ending 'hallway health care', says Romano

Local health funding a step towards ending 'hallway health care', says Romano

88 new long-term care beds in the Sault have been approved by the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care