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<b>Workweek Outlook:</b> February ends longer and colder than normal

Workweek Outlook: February ends longer and colder than normal

We are coming in right where the climatological normal says we should be
Report says poverty on the rise in Sault Ste. Marie, makes ‘call for action’

Report says poverty on the rise in Sault Ste. Marie, makes ‘call for action’

Access to proper food, affordable housing, employment are key issues, Poverty Round Table states
Speed limits to be slashed on Black Road

Speed limits to be slashed on Black Road

You'll need to go 10 km/hr slower
Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Mix of sun and cloud today.
Thunderbirds fall in overtime

Thunderbirds fall in overtime

A power play goal in overtime was the difference
Opening date revealed as Hello Cannabis readies to make 'positive impact' in Sault Ste. Marie

Opening date revealed as Hello Cannabis readies to make 'positive impact' in Sault Ste. Marie

Hello Cannabis CEO says new store will be more than just a place that sells weed, after cannabis saved him from opioid addiction
Greyhounds struggle early, can't gain ground in playoff race <b>(video)</b>

Greyhounds struggle early, can't gain ground in playoff race (video)

An early lead lifted the Sarnia Sting to a Sunday afternoon win over the Soo Greyhounds
LETTER: Long-term health care is short-sighted, says reader

LETTER: Long-term health care is short-sighted, says reader

Long-term care specialist warns we are behind the eight ball in the midst of a 'silver tsunami'
Local writer has poem recognized by small community in France

Local writer has poem recognized by small community in France

Alex Chornyj’s first published collection of poetry and his reconnection with his mother’s lineage and their history in the village of Vincelles, France, touched local officials in that community
Collegiate Heights area residents launch more appeals against highrise

Collegiate Heights area residents launch more appeals against highrise

Lynden and Loretta aren't backing down