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What happened at the Goulais General Store this weekend

What happened at the Goulais General Store this weekend

Goulais firefighters were kept busy over the weekend with a Fuel Up for Charity event and Boot Drive (shown) at the Goulais River General Store. Four cents from every litre of gas went to support the Goulais Fire & Rescue Volunteers.
Computers stolen from local public school

Computers stolen from local public school

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ********************* Between Friday and Sunday City Police received eight break and enter calls: - on the 26th of June City Police attended at Prince Charles School on Northern Avenue just after 4 a.m. for a break and enter.
Diva makes appearance at Sault Curling Club

Diva makes appearance at Sault Curling Club

One of the rarest animals at this weekend's Algoma Dog Fanciers dog show at the Sault Curling Club was from Sault Ste. Marie. Barbara McMillan was showing off Diva, a Coton de Tulear, pronounced cu-toe de too-lay-are.
Nine dirty pictures (discretion advised)

Nine dirty pictures (discretion advised)

Loud engines, big tires and lots of mud were the three main ingredients for a dirty afternoon at Runway Park yesterday.
Goth angels take flight <b>(20 HeatWave pics)</b>

Goth angels take flight (20 HeatWave pics)

Like goth angels in the afternoon, A Fall From Innocence took flight at yesterday's HeatWave concert.
<b>(15 photos)</b> Troll lures kids under the bridge

(15 photos) Troll lures kids under the bridge

How do you lure hundreds of Sault kids and their parents to a fundraising picnic? If you're April Lovelace (shown), special events coordinator for United Way Sault Ste. Marie, it's simple.
Algoma University College takes a licking

Algoma University College takes a licking

Algoma University College's new Information and Communications Technology (ICT) building may soon leave its stamp on your mail.
What the police found last night at 41 Princess Crescent

What the police found last night at 41 Princess Crescent

Three people are facing narcotics-related charges after the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service's Problem Oriented Policing unit came calling last night at a Princess Crescent apartment complex.
What a weiner!

What a weiner!

Sault MPP David Orazietti was slaving over a hot grill as Community Living Algoma celebrated the official opening of its newest home this week.
Missing 77-year-old found 10 kilometres away from home

Missing 77-year-old found 10 kilometres away from home

OPP NEWS RELEASE ********************** OPP locate missing man (Elliot Lake, Ont.) In the early morning hours on the 25th of June, provincial police located 77-year-old Marius Dionne of Blind River, Ontario.