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Millennium fountain damaged, tug responsible?

Millennium fountain damaged, tug responsible?

A boat or other object is believed to have knocked out two of the seven nozzles on the City's Millennium Fountain, City officials reported today. City Hall announced that one nozzle is damaged under water and another is missing completely.
$2 million announced for Northern healthcare e-learning

$2 million announced for Northern healthcare e-learning

A $2 million provincial contribution to beef up digital healthcare library services in Northern Ontario will help us retain physicians, Health Minister Tony Clement (shown) said Thursday.
Police chiefs call for province to take over bear control

Police chiefs call for province to take over bear control

The Sault-based Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police is calling on Natural Resources Minister Jerry Ouellette to take back responsibility for bear management in the province.
Algoma Health Unit issues hot-weather tips

Algoma Health Unit issues hot-weather tips

Hot enough for you? The Algoma Health Unit this afternoon released guidelines for beating the heat.
New president starts work at LSSU

New president starts work at LSSU

Betty Youngblood, the new president of Lake Superior State University, hit the ground running this week.
Derik Brandt resigning from City Council

Derik Brandt resigning from City Council

Ward 3 Councillor Derik Brandt, Mayor Rowswell's most vocal opponent in local politics, has accepted a job in Thunder Bay and will be resigning his Council seat.
Is this Sault teen Canada's most promising musician?

Is this Sault teen Canada's most promising musician?

Her friends call her driven, sassy, and "the greatest flirt in the world." She's lived a charmed life, attending New York's Professional Children's School with Macaulay Culkin.
Sault tug captains show no mercy to visitors

Sault tug captains show no mercy to visitors

Local tug captains beat the bollards off most visiting vessels at the 20th running of The Great Tugboat Race. Sault-based tugs swept most categories at the Saturday event.
Carmen takes the cake (& other Canada Day photos)

Carmen takes the cake (& other Canada Day photos)

Sault Ste. Marie MP Carmen Provenzano couldn't resist sampling the icing before the Canada Day cake was served this afternoon at Roberta Bondar Pavilion.
Monday night blast on the waterfront

Monday night blast on the waterfront