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Police chase ends in White River

Police chase ends in White River

A stolen vehicle pursued by City police from behind the Zeller's store on Northern Avenue got half way to Thunder Bay before its occupants gave themselves up. Pursued by the Sault Ste.
OPP chase stolen vehicle from B.C.

OPP chase stolen vehicle from B.C.

Ontario Provincial Police are chasing a stolen vehicle that fled north out of the city on Great Northern Road this morning. Around 5:30 a.m. today City Police officers noticed a suspicious vehicle at the rear of the Zellers Store on Northern Ave.
Update from Trans-Superior race <b>(More photos)</b>

Update from Trans-Superior race (More photos)

A fourth boat has finished the Trans-Superior 2003 Yacht Race. Chewbacca crossed the finish line in Duluth at 6:29 this morning. Yesterday, Earth Voyager from Rochester, N.Y. arrived in Duluth at 5:45 a.m. Colt 45 was second at 11:58 a.m.
Three yachts finish Trans-Superior race

Three yachts finish Trans-Superior race

As of 7 p.m. Sunday, three boats had crossed the finish line in the Trans-Superior 2003, the world's longest freshwater yacht race. As expected, Earth Voyager from Rochester, N.Y. arrived in Duluth at 5:45 a.m. Colt 45 was second to cross at 11:58 a.
A mast-hugger's guide to yacht racing <b>(Photo essay)</b>

A mast-hugger's guide to yacht racing (Photo essay)

No, SooToday.com wasn't climbing any masts during the Trans-Superior 2003 Yacht Race. We were comfortably and graciously entertained by Jack and Shirley Dacey aboard their tug, the Whitney III.
First yacht crosses Trans-Superior finish line

First yacht crosses Trans-Superior finish line

As expected, Earth Voyager from Rochester, N.Y., was first to cross the finish line of the Trans-Superior 2003 Yacht Race in Duluth this morning.
Meet our newest photographer

Meet our newest photographer

SooToday.com is pleased to introduce Ron A. Waters as the newest addition to our stable of contributing writers and photographers.
Sault celebrates Finnish heritage

Sault celebrates Finnish heritage

Irma Raitis (shown) of Sault Ste. Marie recited the festival poem Sunday night as the 64th Finnish Canadian Grand Festival wrapped up at the John Rhodes Centre. The three-day event included art, dance, music, sport and cultural programming.
Sault Ste. Marie's Italian Idol

Sault Ste. Marie's Italian Idol

Vanessa Fedeli (left) and friend Amanda Caputo were among hundreds of participants at the Marconi Club's Italian Festival on Sunday. You'll remember Vanessa from her first-place finish earlier this year in MCTV's Northern Idol contest.
Spinnakers fly at Gros Cap

Spinnakers fly at Gros Cap

The fog lifted. The sun broke through. And steady, unidirectional winds prompted skippers to lower their spinnakers. In short, it was a picture-perfect start to the world's longest freshwater yacht race.