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SooToday.com's Accu-window weather photos

SooToday.com's Accu-window weather photos

Today, SooToday.com asked digital camera owners to E-mail us weather shots taken this afternoon. Here's what you sent us. The first two images were taken by SooToday.
Ten transports get stuck on Mile Hill

Ten transports get stuck on Mile Hill

One person was injured today when about 10 tractor-trailers got stuck on Highway 17 at Mile Hill near Heyden. Several transports jack-knifed in the middle of the roadway, Ontario Provincial Police reported.
A warning about snow

A warning about snow

The following snowsquall warnings have been issued by Environment Canada: **************************************************************** SAULT STE MARIE - ST JOSEPH ISLAND 4:05 AM EST FRIDAY 7 NOVEMBER 2003 SNOWSQUALL WARNING FOR SAULT STE MARIE -
A warning about purses

A warning about purses

City Police are warning office and retail workers to avoid leaving their purses and other valuables where members of the public can get at them. The advisory comes after two reports of purses stolen last night at Station Mall.
Bridge expects its 75th million vehicle crossing this month

Bridge expects its 75th million vehicle crossing this month

If current trends continue, the International Bridge will have its 75th million vehicle crossing this month. Since the structure opened to traffic in 1962, it's had 74,860,000 vehicles cross it.
A blast from the (recent?) past

A blast from the (recent?) past

Earlier this week, we were asking whether any of you remembered the year that Sault Ste. Marie hosted the last-ever televised Wintario draw.
Why smoking sucks - by Alan Landers

Why smoking sucks - by Alan Landers

Sponsored by the Lung Association and You TV, former R.J. Reynolds cigarette model Alan Landers spoke today to students at Sir James Dunn and Bawating Collegiate Institute.
Algoma U wants voters to demand Sault College bus route

Algoma U wants voters to demand Sault College bus route

Algoma University College is asking voters to lobby City Council candidates for a new bus route between its campus and Sault College.
Stelco announces 150 temporary layoffs in Hamilton

Stelco announces 150 temporary layoffs in Hamilton

Two weeks after reporting a quarterly loss of $42 million, Algoma Steel's largest Canadian competitor today announced temporary layoffs of 150 workers at its Hamilton, Ontario operation. The following press release was issued today by Stelco Inc.
SooToday.com's grossest picture ever <b>(new material)</b>

SooToday.com's grossest picture ever (new material)

We took this photo this afternoon at Bawating Collegiate and Vocational Institute. It shows Alan Landers talking to a gymnasium full of students. If Landers' back looks a little, er, carved up, it's because he's survived lung cancer twice.