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Three DVD players, one John Deere weed wacker

Three DVD players, one John Deere weed wacker

The local criminal element has been unusually active during the past 24 hours.
R. vs. Powley: Ontario recognizes hunting cards

R. vs. Powley: Ontario recognizes hunting cards

In the latest fallout from R. vs. Powley, the landmark Sault Ste. Marie hunting rights case, Ontario Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay announced today that M├ętis Nation of Ontario harvest cards will be recognized in areas north of Sudbury.
Cabinet minister slams Star for a mistake it didn't make

Cabinet minister slams Star for a mistake it didn't make

Mary Anne Chambers, Ontario's Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, today publicly blasted Sault Star reporter Michael Purvis for an article he didn't write, demanding a correction for facts that were accurately reported.
Press gets snubbed at Sault College

Press gets snubbed at Sault College

We were so looking forward to telling you all about Training, Colleges and Universities Minister Mary Anne Chambers' visit to Sault College today.
An 'attagirl' for Constable Christine

An 'attagirl' for Constable Christine

The Elliot Lake Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police got an award yesterday. The Canadian Automobile Association Central Ontario presented the detachment with its CAA School Safety Patrol Achievement Award.
Dangerous murder suspect nabbed at Maple Leaf Motors

Dangerous murder suspect nabbed at Maple Leaf Motors

A man wanted in Alberta for second-degree murder was arrested yesterday at Maple Leaf Motors on Great Northern Road after the licence plate on his truck tipped police that he was being sought on a Canada-wide warrant.
Baseball bat bashing at the Blue Boy

Baseball bat bashing at the Blue Boy

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE *********************** Early this morning City Police attended at the Blue Boy Addition on Wellington Street West after an employee of that business was assaulted.
Butcher knife used in downtown robbery

Butcher knife used in downtown robbery

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ************************** City Police are investigating a robbery that took place last night shortly after 8 p.m.
Number nine

Number nine

By this time tomorrow, the number of provincial cabinet ministers to have visited Sault Ste. Marie since David Orazietti was elected one year ago will have climbed to nine.
Foosball-playing Internet geeks lauded for great workplace

Foosball-playing Internet geeks lauded for great workplace

Lucidia Studios, a Sault Ste. Marie web design and creative services company, has been recognized by Northern Ontario Business magazine as one of the ten best places to work in the north.