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Full results from the 2004 City Track & Field meet

Full results from the 2004 City Track & Field meet

Andrew Hatton of Bawating Collegiate and Vocational School demonstrated fine form this afternoon as he threw 44.62 metres in the boys senior javelin event at the Sault City Track and Field Championships.
Chamber of Commerce gives Liberal budget a B+

Chamber of Commerce gives Liberal budget a B+

SAULT STE. MARIE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEDIA RELEASE ******************** Government must now stick to plan and timetable, budget gets a grade of B+ - Sault Chamber Sault Ste.
Why we like Susan and Doreen

Why we like Susan and Doreen

Susan McCooeye and Doreen McGowan from the local office of the Ontario Ministry of Transportation are really helpful ladies.
Police charge cyclist with illegal lane change

Police charge cyclist with illegal lane change

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE *************************** A 17 year-old male was charged after the bicycle he was operating was involved in a collision with a motor vehicle on Trunk Road at 6:48 last evening.
Neighbours notice a funny smell around Denis's place

Neighbours notice a funny smell around Denis's place

Denis Leclerc, 31, was charged yesterday after City police received complaints about a smell coming from his apartment on Princess Crescent. Around 2:17 p.m., Leclerc was arrested for possession of marijuana. Police also seized drug paraphernalia.
David Orazietti's take on the provincial budget

David Orazietti's take on the provincial budget

The following statement about the new Ontario budget was released by Sault Ste. Marie MPP David Orazietti. ************************** Orazietti announces provincial budget will promote prosperity in Sault Ste.
Mike Brown's take on the provincial budget

Mike Brown's take on the provincial budget

The following statement about today's Ontario budget was released tonight by Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Mike Brown.
Sault College axes English, AUC prof says it won't work

Sault College axes English, AUC prof says it won't work

********************** (EDITOR'S NOTE: Since this article was posted, Sault College spokesman Rick McGee has advised us that English courses will continue to be available to students in all options of the general arts and science program, which accou
Police plan training exercise Wednesday

Police plan training exercise Wednesday

THe Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is planning another training exercise. Tomorrow (Wednesday) night between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m., they'll be participating with Sault Search and Rescue in a simulated search for a missing elderly individual.
Why CASS is first-class

Why CASS is first-class

CASS NEWS RELEASE ********************** Central Algoma Secondary School receives national physical education award Central Algoma Secondary School announced today that it received the Platinum School Recognition Award from the Canadian Association f