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28 bear sightings

28 bear sightings

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ********************* So far this year City Police have received 28 calls involving bears. Ten of those calls have been in the last week.
Prohibited weapon seized after parking lot encounter

Prohibited weapon seized after parking lot encounter

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ******************** Yesterday afternoon City Police arrested a 17-year-old youth and charged them with one count of assault with a weapon, one count of possession of a weapon for the purpose dangerous to the public, one coun
This news release left us in stitches

This news release left us in stitches

NEWS RELEASE STITCHES FROM THE HEART QUILT GUILD ************************** 175 members are putting the finishing touches on their quilts for the "Quilting Beyond Borders" quilt show taking place on Saturday, May 28th (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week

Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week

CRIME STOPPERS NEWS RELEASE ******************** The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public's assistance in apprehending suspects who have tampered with ATMs. The Sault Ste.
A priceless antique

A priceless antique

It's official! Mayor John Rowswell is now an antique. The Big Guy quietly turned 50 yesterday, and some well-wishers and pranksters around City Hall decorated the place with a lot of very cute pictures taken when the mayor wasn't so big.
Government survives by a whisker, no election

Government survives by a whisker, no election

The Speaker of the House of Commons votes only when necessary to break a tie. Speaker Peter Milliken, a Liberal, did vote tonight to break a 152-152 tie on a bill adding $4.
Bondfield Construction wins arena job

Bondfield Construction wins arena job

Sault Ste. Marie City Council agreed tonight to award the construction tender on the new arena to Bondfield Construction Co. Ltd. of Concord, Ontario, for $21,965,000.
These people saved Dianna Ylinen's life

These people saved Dianna Ylinen's life

It was just at the end of last month we were telling you how Kewadin Casinos had equipped all of their five locations with dandy new defibrillators. Today, we received word that one life has already been saved.
Chris Belsito reprimanded by SooToday.com

Chris Belsito reprimanded by SooToday.com

Chris Belsito, SooToday.com's Arts and Entertainment Editor-Person, has been formally reprimanded, News Director Dave Helwig announced this afternoon. "In his latest weekend entertainment forecast issued today, Mr.
Why I'm voting for the budget - by Tony Martin, MP

Why I'm voting for the budget - by Tony Martin, MP

NEWS RELEASE TONY MARTIN, MP ********************** Tony Martin votes for Sault Ste. Marie today, not for government OTTAWA – Today’s historic budget vote is being viewed too often as simply a decision on the life or death of this government.