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soulDecision, Canadian Idol wannabe visit next month

soulDecision, Canadian Idol wannabe visit next month

Yep, that's Billy Klippert, the third-place also-ran from Canadian Idol. Billy's going to be here in the Sault on Sunday March 13 for a all-ages show organized by Brendan Fyfe's Front Row Events. Also on the ticket are soulDecision and SooToday.
Dalton and Dave deliver $12 million to Algoma

Dalton and Dave deliver $12 million to Algoma

The following are news releases issued by Sault MPP David Orazietti and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF). Orazietti is a former OSSTF local president.
Billet families needed

Billet families needed

KATIMAVIK NEWS RELEASE ****************** Katimavik, a national non-profit youth service learning program is looking for billet families for nine young people, aged 17-21.
New blood at Stelco

New blood at Stelco

STELCO INC. NEWS RELEASE ****************** Stelco announces appointments to board of directors HAMILTON, ON, Feb 18, 2005 - Stelco Inc.
More on the Heyden train collision

More on the Heyden train collision

OPP NEWS RELEASES ******************** No charges in the Heyden truck-train collision Heyden, Ont.
Payroll screw-up at Algoma Steel

Payroll screw-up at Algoma Steel

If you're an Algoma Steel pensioner and your bank account seems to have more money than it should, be aware that the payroll department made a big mistake this week on pension cheques. A number of SooToday.
More youths charged in Rome's ticket-seller robbery bid

More youths charged in Rome's ticket-seller robbery bid

Three more young people have been charged after Wednesday's attempted knife-robbery of ticket-sellers at Rome's Independent Grocer.
Roads get sloppy, fenders get crunched

Roads get sloppy, fenders get crunched

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ******************* In the last 24-hour period City Police responded to 16 motor vehicle collisions. None resulted in any injuries. For the most part road conditions played a factor in the collisions.
Fatal fire on Albert Street West

Fatal fire on Albert Street West

One man is dead after a kitchen fire in an apartment building late last night on Albert Street West. "A male victim was taken by ambulance to the hospital," City Police said in a statement released this morning.
Should First Nations get piece of the action at our casino?

Should First Nations get piece of the action at our casino?

NEWS RELEASE - ONTARIO MINISTRY OF FINANCE ********************* David Peterson to lead talks with First Nations on new framework for sharing gaming revenue TORONTO, Feb.