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CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ************************** The City Police Summer Students are available to register your bikes. If you call the station at 949-6300 and ask for their extension at 363, they will make arrangements to register your bike.
Valerie catches up on her beauty sleep

Valerie catches up on her beauty sleep

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE *************************** At approximately 2:15 a.m. this morning patrol officers came across a vehicle stopped on Second Line West at Korah Road and found the driver to be asleep behind the wheel.
Mike Brown's old song and dance

Mike Brown's old song and dance

NEWS RELEASE: ALGOMA TRADITIONAL MUSIC AND DANCE FAMILY CAMP ********************* $19,700 OTF grant hits the right note with AlgomaTrad Algoma – As the Algoma Traditional Music and Dance Family Camp (AlgomaTrad) makes final preparations for their th
Drugs found in Whalen capture house

Drugs found in Whalen capture house

Two people have been charged after a small stash of drugs was discovered in the Second Avenue residence where Paul Jeffrey Whalen was atrested yesterday.
Kapuskasing death now considered a homicide

Kapuskasing death now considered a homicide

OPP NEWS RELEASE ************************* Suspicious death in Kapuskasing now being investigated As a homicide (Kapuskasing, Ontario) – The Ontario Provincial Police are continuing their investigation into the death of a 74-year-old man found deceas
Cranky customs workers demand new $8 million building

Cranky customs workers demand new $8 million building

Canada Customs and Revenue Agency has served notice that it wants a new $8 million building at the International Bridge and it wants it by 2011. The demand was disclosed today at a meeting of the Joint International Bridge Authority (JIBA).
New bridge commuter cards to be rolled out this fall

New bridge commuter cards to be rolled out this fall

In a bid to make border crossings a bit easier, the International Bridge is preparing to introduce new electronic commuter cards this fall.
International Bridge to install traffic webcams

International Bridge to install traffic webcams

The International Bridge is preparing to add webcams at both Canadian and U.S. sides of the structure to allow travellers to see traffic conditions in real time.
Sault woman dies after Highway 17 crash

Sault woman dies after Highway 17 crash

Yesterday at 12:40 p.m., a fatal accident occurred on Highway 17 about three kilometres north of the Chippewa River. Dead is Alice Champoux, age 47, of Sault Ste. Marie. She died in hospital at 9 p.m. last night as a result of her injuries.
Trade talks may slaughter beef industry, Tony Martin warns

Trade talks may slaughter beef industry, Tony Martin warns

NEWS RELEASE FROM SAULT MP TONY MARTIN ************************ Supply management, crop/commodities insurance under threat from WTO August 4, 2004 Sault Ste.