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Hospital discourages flowers, sends volunteers home

Hospital discourages flowers, sends volunteers home

Sault Area Hospital is asking people to refrain from sending flowers to patients, as a part of its precautions to prevent spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome.
Truck route becomes part of Liberal campaign

Truck route becomes part of Liberal campaign

David Orazietti, the Ward 1 Councillor who's also the Sault's Liberal candidate in the next provincial election, has made a local truck route a major plank in his campaign platform.
Secret negotiations decried by forest workers

Secret negotiations decried by forest workers

About 30 members of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada gathered at Bondar Place yesterday to protest possible changes in Canadian forest policy.
SooToday News evicted by ruthless landlord

SooToday News evicted by ruthless landlord

Alarmed by methane emissions from piles of decomposing government press releases, SooToday's landlord has evicted us from our editorial offices.
At Sault College, cuts begin with administration

At Sault College, cuts begin with administration

The latest rounds of layoffs at Sault College started today, with the elimination of four administrative positions.
False SARS alarm at hospital, but lockdown starts 'shortly'

False SARS alarm at hospital, but lockdown starts 'shortly'

Fears that Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) might have arrived at Sault Area Hospital over the past 24 hours have turned out to be unfounded, hospital spokesman Brady Irwin tells SooToday.com.
Sault Teen Centre loses half its staff

Sault Teen Centre loses half its staff

The Sault Ste. Marie Teen Centre lost half its staff on Monday, SooToday.com has learned. Susan Kostanowicz, executive director of the troubled institution, told us tonight that four full-time employees were laid off on Monday.
We still love ya, Sault Michigan

We still love ya, Sault Michigan

Prompted by increasing reports of cross-border friction, Sault Ste.
Meet our five newest cops

Meet our five newest cops

Mark Rossetto's career as a police officer began today with a jovial slap on the wrist from Ontario Court Judge James Greco.
First shift begins at  Boniferro Mill Works

First shift begins at Boniferro Mill Works

The first shift at what used to be Domtar's Sault Ste. Marie hardwood operation started at 8 a.m. this morning. As SooToday.com reported two weeks ago, the closed Domtar operation was bought by Boniferro Mill Works Inc.