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Sudbury CTV reporter's child porn matter adjourned to April 10

Sudbury CTV reporter's child porn matter adjourned to April 10

Lawyers awaiting disclosure on "complicated matter"
Snowman number 49 up in smoke

Snowman number 49 up in smoke

Lake Superior State University’s annual snowman burning to welcome spring included, as is the tradition, poetry, daffodils and sub sandwiches
Students asked what the Gardens needs <b>(8 photos)</b>

Students asked what the Gardens needs (8 photos)

Students to create new murals to honour veterans, Greyhounds at the Sault’s arena; youth discuss new ideas like basketball courts, arcades for community to enjoy
Sault Down Syndrome Society wants to see your colourful socks

Sault Down Syndrome Society wants to see your colourful socks

Asks Saultites to see the ability by posting pictures of themselves in yellow, blue and with lots of colourful socks on their Facebook page
Future SSM pitches 15 km cycling trail as tourism opportunity

Future SSM pitches 15 km cycling trail as tourism opportunity

Year-round tourism could happen with Farmer Lake Mountain Bike Trail Network, says Future SSM project manager
Three charged in John Street break-in

Three charged in John Street break-in

The three are alleged to have been involved in a Feb. 8 break-in to a business located in the 300 block of John Street
Look who's wanted this Wednesday

Look who's wanted this Wednesday

Crime Stoppers in partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service are seeking tips regarding the whereabouts of Julia Theresa Capponi
Greyhounds and Attack set for third playoff meeting in three years

Greyhounds and Attack set for third playoff meeting in three years

The Soo Greyhounds and Owen Sound Attack open their first round playoff series on Thursday night at the GFL Memorial Gardens
Emergency feeding needed to stave off potential deer starvation: Algoma Fish and Game Club

Emergency feeding needed to stave off potential deer starvation: Algoma Fish and Game Club

Organization says excessive snowfall preventing deer from getting to food sources
$400,000 in funding approved for Algoma U's School of Business and Economics

$400,000 in funding approved for Algoma U's School of Business and Economics

Funding to provide new training for industry, government and small businesses