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Highway re-opens

Highway re-opens

Highway 17 has re-opened to traffic in both directions after it was closed for several hours today because of an accident at the Montreal River Hill. Ontario Provincial Police say that the accident involved a car and a tractor-trailer.
Highway 17 closed after accident at Montreal River

Highway 17 closed after accident at Montreal River

Ontario Provincial Police released the following Highway 17 update at 12:57 p.m.
SooToday.com SnowShot: Macdonald Avenue, 10:58 a.m.

SooToday.com SnowShot: Macdonald Avenue, 10:58 a.m.

Genesio Paciocco makes the news

Genesio Paciocco makes the news

Genesio Paciocco, a name not unknown to readers of SooToday.com's editorial forums, has made the news today. Paciocco (who's recently angered some SooToday.
Eight inches

Eight inches

Lake Superior is currently 21 centimetres (8 inches) below its long-term average for this time of year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports today. That's essentially the same level recorded last year at the beginning of February.
Money back for paid parking tickets!

Money back for paid parking tickets!

Did you get ticketed for improper parking this winter in Soo, Michigan? For failing to park within the painted lines downtown? When there was so much blasted snow and ice on the road that nobody could possibly see the painted lines? Well, you weren't
A warning about high snow banks

A warning about high snow banks

The following traffic advisory was issued today by City Police: ********************************* The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is issuing another traffic advisory in light of the number of traffic accidents that are occurring in our city.
Mayor responds to SooToday.com cartoon

Mayor responds to SooToday.com cartoon

It's Monday night and Mayor John Rowswell is returning a phone call to SooToday.com. He's calling from Parry Sound, driving back from Toronto, where he spent an afternoon talking to a group of Seneca College students.
Brad Maitland, Richard Gerner charged with gas-bar theft

Brad Maitland, Richard Gerner charged with gas-bar theft

The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service reports this morning that two local men have been charged in connection with money taken January 15 from the Beaver Gas Bar on Korah Road.
Are high schoolers too immature for new Youth Council?

Are high schoolers too immature for new Youth Council?

The poster they're using to promote Saturday's Youth Forum at the Holiday Inn shows a young person with a taped-over mouth. "Let it rip!" the poster proclaims. "Speak and be heard.