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John Febbraro's big feed

John Febbraro's big feed

Sault business representatives and local politicians were jollificating at the Marconi Club over the lunch hour today, all to promote an upcoming trade mission to Italy.
Passenger train crash kills one near Earlton

Passenger train crash kills one near Earlton

OPP NEWS RELEASE ******************************* One man dies in train collision near Earlton (Earlton, ON) - A collision with a Ontario Northland Railroad passenger train that occurred shortly after 10 a.m.
How to add killer sound to your home theatre system

How to add killer sound to your home theatre system

Someone in Elliot lake really likes the sound system at the Lake Theatre. So much so that he (or she) has been making off with the speakers.
Sherri-Lynn's hissy fit at the A&P

Sherri-Lynn's hissy fit at the A&P

Sherri-Lynn McBride, 29, of Willoughby Street has been charged with theft under $5,000. City Police say she put more than $200 worth of groceries into a shopping cart at the A&P on Northern Avenue and then waltzed them out the door without paying.
John Rowswell's $62,000 part-time job

John Rowswell's $62,000 part-time job

Part-time Mayor John Rowswell cost Sault taxpayers a total of $61,643 in honoraria and expenses last year, according to accounts released by City Treasurer Bill Freiburger. Rowswell, who heads Rowswell and Associates Engineers Ltd.
Indiana Governor may intervene in Goulais fugitive's case

Indiana Governor may intervene in Goulais fugitive's case

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National Chief visits the Sault

National Chief visits the Sault

Phil Fontaine, national leader of the Assembly of First Nations, will be in Sault Ste. Marie Wednesday to attend a strategic planning workshop of Mamaweswen, the North Shore Tribal Council.
Tom Cooke takes the cake

Tom Cooke takes the cake

Thomas C. Cooke, a founder of the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, was honoured today as a pioneer of Canadian aviation. Cooke was recognized at a special ceremony at the Sault Ste.
Bill breaks out his bike

Bill breaks out his bike

This afternoon's sunny weather brought out Bill Cardiff downtown on his bike. Our image of Bill was snapped by Scott Grasley, a co-op student from Sir James Dunn Collegiate and Vocational School currently on placement at SooToday.
Can this tree fight cancer?

Can this tree fight cancer?

NEWS RELEASE: NORTHERN ONTARIO HERITAGE FUND *************************** McGuinty Government supports agriculture project that may help fight cancer THESSALON – The McGuinty government is helping to build a strong and prosperous northern economy by e