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Sault Police: planned power outages may occur next week

Sault Police: planned power outages may occur next week

News release The Sault Ste. Marie Emergency Planning Committee continues to be in contact with local power officials regarding the power situation in our community.
Blackout may have sent sewage into the river

Blackout may have sent sewage into the river

The following news release was received by SooToday.com at 10:26 a.m. on Saturday. Our fax log shows a failed attempt by the Algoma Health Unit to transmit it at 4:38 p.m. Friday.
SooToday.com creates new emergency page, in Texas

SooToday.com creates new emergency page, in Texas

After reviewing our performance during this week's power outage, SooToday.com has today launched a new emergency web page to be used whenever our main site is disabled by a major power failure or similar civic emergency.
Bill O'Donnell noses around in your fridge

Bill O'Donnell noses around in your fridge

Wondering whether it's safe to eat what's in your fridge or freezer? SooToday.
We give up: it's your turn to write the news

We give up: it's your turn to write the news

Where were you when the lights went out? Who were you with? What did you do? Do tell all. SooToday.
City Police: 2 p.m. announcement about the power situation

City Police: 2 p.m. announcement about the power situation

POWER OUTAGE - LATEST UPDATE PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE CITY HAS NOW BEEN HOOKED UP WITH THE PROVINCIAL POWER GRID. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT WE MAY EXPERIENCE POWER DISRUPTIONS DUE TO LOAD INCREASES. HOWEVER, THERE ARE NO PLANNED OUTAGES AT THIS TIME.

PUC: No truth to rumours of 2 p.m. planned outage

PUC Services tell us they're unaware of any planned "load-shed" or other disruption of electrical service between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. today. The local PUC offices have been flooded with calls about a rumour to that effect.
David Clayton-Thomas drops his troubles by the riverside

David Clayton-Thomas drops his troubles by the riverside

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Sault College closes at 10:30 a.m.

Sault College closes at 10:30 a.m.

Students and staff at Sault College were sent home at 10:30 this morning after a brief attempt to re-open after last night's power outage.
City Police seek counterfeit $10 bills

City Police seek counterfeit $10 bills

City police are asking for help today on two fronts. First, they're asking you to take a second look at any funny-looking 1989-series $10 bills (similar to the one shown) you receive, and to do the same for anyone who hands you such a bill.