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Seven charges laid in stolen cruiser case

Seven charges laid in stolen cruiser case

Ontario Provincial Police have laid seven charges in connection with the theft of one of their cruisers yesterday near Echo Bay.

Woman steals police cruiser, drives into river

A woman arrested for stealing gas from Agawa Indian Crafts north of the Sault stole an OPP cruiser and drove it into the Mississauga River near Blind River, police report tonight.
A visit to March Street

A visit to March Street

Brian Coburn, Ontario's Minister of Tourism and Recreation, today officially opened the new Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation (OTMPC) office at 123 March Street. Coburn (shown) said that the Sault Ste.
Forestry institute signs deal with biotech organization

Forestry institute signs deal with biotech organization

Sudbury-based biotech firm Neureka Research Corp. signed a technology-transfer agreement Monday with the Sault's Great Lakes Forestry Centre.
Co-op Education School moves to Steelton

Co-op Education School moves to Steelton

The Co-operative Education School has moved to a spiffy new location, school co-ordinator Mike Gualtieri says. "This is a better location," Gualtieri tells SooToday.com, referring to the move from the top of Bruce Street Hill, to the S.F.
Slater Steel loses $45 million in quarter

Slater Steel loses $45 million in quarter

Two months after applying for protection under Canada's Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act and Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, Slater Steel has reported a second-quarter loss of $44.5 million.
Communities in Bloom: what the judges saw

Communities in Bloom: what the judges saw

Communities in Bloom provincial judges Angela Vieth and Ken Hunter (shown) recently visited Sault Ste. Marie for a three-day tour of our most beautiful spots. SooToday.com joined them for the better part of three hours.
SooToday.com's Sunday Night Magazine

SooToday.com's Sunday Night Magazine

This is the first edition of SooToday.com Magazine. To be honest with you, it's nothing to write home about. In fact, we're just a little bit ashamed of it. That's because SooToday.com Magazine is a collection of things we failed to get done.
Joe and Pete's big fish story

Joe and Pete's big fish story

How's this for a fish story? Early Saturday morning, Pete and Joe Devoni (shown) caught the first fish of the 2003 Can-Am Salmon Derby. That was at 7:20 a.m. After everyone came off the river at 1 p.m.
Bay Mills Indian Community protests volunteer treatment

Bay Mills Indian Community protests volunteer treatment

The conduct of some U.S. Customs inspectors at the International Bridge remains an issue today with officials of the Canadian Professional Golf Tour.