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Free concert tickets, first-come, first-serve

Free concert tickets, first-come, first-serve

LAKE SUPERIOR STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS RELEASE ************************* Special children's concert by Detroit Symphony Group at LSSU Sault Ste.
Layton predicts Tony Martin victory

Layton predicts Tony Martin victory

Tony Martin will be Sault Ste. Marie's new Member of Parliament following Monday's election, federal NDP Leader Jack Layton told an enthusiastic crowd of supporters today at Algoma's Water Tower Inn.
Youth Shooting Day

Youth Shooting Day

NEWS RELEASE *********************** SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich.
Provenzano gets Métis endorsement

Provenzano gets Métis endorsement

The following letter was delivered today to Carmen Provenzano, local Liberal candidate in Monday's federal election: ***************************** Mr. Carmen Provenzano MP 369 Queen Street East Suite 100 Sault Ste.
15-year-old caught with brass knuckles

15-year-old caught with brass knuckles

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ************************* A 15-year-old youth will be appearing in bail court this morning after being arrested by City Police at 2:30 a.m. Police attended in the downtown after receiving a call of a male acting suspiciously.
David Wilson gets busted

David Wilson gets busted

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE *********************** 22-year-old David Allan Wilson of 668 Farwell Terrace has a court appearance on July 26th, after officers from the Joint Forces Drug Unit arrested him yesterday.
OPP break up grad party on banks of Goulais River

OPP break up grad party on banks of Goulais River

Four liquor charges were laid last night as OPP broke up a well-organized drinking party on the banks of the Goulais River in Fenwick Township. Police found a group of 40 to 50 youth set up in tents there.
Why we're proud of Errin Walls

Why we're proud of Errin Walls

Errin Walls from St. Theresa School has been recognized as Sault Ste. Marie's best safety patroller. For her efforts, Errin received the Ray Brown Award at an awards banquet last night.
Big, big changes in the Michigan Sault

Big, big changes in the Michigan Sault

The man who built the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians from almost nothing into a US$550-million-a-year corporation employing almost 5,000 people has been ousted in a tribal election.
Dalton and Dave buy goalie equipment

Dalton and Dave buy goalie equipment

NEWS RELEASE FROM SAULT MPP DAVID ORAZIETTI ************************** Orazietti helps Sault Ste.