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A rally at the courthouse

A rally at the courthouse

The event was advertised as "rain or shine." It turned out to be a whole lot more rain than shine. The 21st Anniversary Injured Workers' Day Rally took place today in front of the Sault Ste. Marie Court House.
Crimson Ridge ties green fees to temperature

Crimson Ridge ties green fees to temperature

Tired of cold, wet weather that only a duck could love? Out at Crimson Ridge resort they're so sick of waiting for decent golf weather that they're offering special rates tied to the day's temperature.
Meet President Jeff

Meet President Jeff

Sault College announced today that Jeff Zabudsky, its vice president academic, has been appointed president of Red River College in Winnipeg.
Tony gets legit

Tony gets legit

Tony Martin, Sault Ste. Marie's NDP candidate in the June 28 federal election, filled out his nomination papers today for Elections Canada returning officer Romeo Jean Janveau.
Sudbury's hospital gets funded, Sault still waiting

Sudbury's hospital gets funded, Sault still waiting

Construction of the new Sudbury Regional Hospital, on hold for the past three years, is back underway after Premier Dalton McGuinty committed yesterday to cover 80 per cent of the redevelopment cost.
Boomers loses its safe

Boomers loses its safe

A safe containing an undisclosed amount of cash was removed overnight from Boomers Night Club at 874 Queen Street East, City Police report. The Boomers heist is one of four new break-ins being investigated by the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service.
Ski chalet is vandalized

Ski chalet is vandalized

EAST ALGOMA OPP NEWS RELEASE ************************* Bandits smash windows (Blind River, Ont.) - Sometime over the weekend windows at the newly constructed Ski Chalet for the Blind River Cross Country Ski trails were broken.
Somebody steals sea lamprey traps

Somebody steals sea lamprey traps

OPP NEWS RELEASE ************************ What's that thing hanging off your new gate? Batchawana, Ont. - Sault Ste Marie OPP are investigating the theft of two underwater gates used to trap sea lampreys.
What Melissa Massicotte did this morning at Reggie's

What Melissa Massicotte did this morning at Reggie's

At the stroke of midnight this morning at Reggie's Place Tavern downtown, Melissa Massicotte (shown) was one of those butting out. Sault Ste. Marie'e new smoke-free bylaw comes into effect today, June 1.
Jerry Dolcetti hiring is now a done deal

Jerry Dolcetti hiring is now a done deal

The controversial hiring of Jerry Dolcetti as the City's Commissioner of Engineering and Planning is now a fait accompli. Bylaw 2004-92, which Mayor John Rowswell refused to sign three weeks ago, was passed tonight by City Council.