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Christian Peacemakers respond to President Bush

Christian Peacemakers respond to President Bush

NEWS RELEASE CHRISTIAN PEACEMAKERS TEAMS ********************* For immediate release: Christian Peacemakers in Iraq and Jordan respond to presidential address Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) members working in Iraq and Jordan reacted early Monday to
Timothy Sloss charged with impaired driving

Timothy Sloss charged with impaired driving

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASES ******************* This weekend the Sault Ste Marie Police RIDE Program was operating.
Snow snarls traffic north of Sault

Snow snarls traffic north of Sault

While the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service was dealing with 15 fender-benders yesterday, the OPP had major weather problems on its hands north of the City.
Fatal collision near Sudbury

Fatal collision near Sudbury

OPP NEWS RELEASE ******************** Highway 144 open temporarily (Sudbury, On) - Highway 144 at Half Way Lake is now open to two lanes at the scene of a fatal collision which occurred early yesterday afternoon.
Hounds down Rangers on national TV

Hounds down Rangers on national TV

In front of a national television audience on Rodgers Sportsnet, the Soo Greyhounds downed the Kitchener Rangers 3-1 on Sunday night. Jason Pitton, Tyler Kennedy and Dustin Jeffrey scored for the Hounds. Further details are posted on the sports page.
Shane Patreau loses million-dollar poker game

Shane Patreau loses million-dollar poker game

Awwwwwww! Shane Patreau, a former Saultite now on parental leave from Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp.'s Thousand Islands Charity Casino in Gananoque, lost his chance to win a million U.S. dollars today playing poker.
German hostage released in Iraq

German hostage released in Iraq

In what might be a good sign for Sault Ste. Marie's Jim Loney, a German archaeologist kidnapped last month in Iraq has been freed today. "I am glad to be able to announce to you ... that Mrs.
Truck, train collide in Cobalt, one confirmed dead

Truck, train collide in Cobalt, one confirmed dead

OPP NEWS RELEASE ********************** Pickup vs. train collision in North Cobalt (Haileybury, ON) - OPP, Fire and Ambulance responded to a collision at the rail crossing at Niven Avenue in North Cobalt.
Thoughts from Maxine

Thoughts from Maxine

SooToday.com has received the following from Maxine Nash, one of James Loney's Christian Peacemaker Teams co-workers in Iraq. Maxine (shown right) is from Waukon, Iowa and has served with CPT since 2002.
(3:07 p.m. update) Israeli Prime Minister suffers mild stroke

(3:07 p.m. update) Israeli Prime Minister suffers mild stroke

Israeli media are reporting this afternoon that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has been taken to hospital after suffering a minor stroke. Sharon is in stable condition after briefly losing consciousness on Sunday.