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Chelsea Anne keeps on running

Chelsea Anne keeps on running

Chelsea Anne Mills was located and taken home twice by police over the weekend, but both times she ran away again and police must now decide whether to continue pursuing her as a chronic runaway.
The view from Tom Dodds' window

The view from Tom Dodds' window

Sault Ste. Marie MP Carmen Provenzano and Jorge Mitre from Algoma Tubes cut the ribbon last week to officially open the new FedNor International Business Centre on the sixth floor of the Roberta Bondar Building.
People and their pooches

People and their pooches

What's a good-looking pooch like Chyna doing hanging out with the likes of Joe Poderys? Come back later for the full story. (EDITOR'S NOTE: SooToday.com has had major problems overnight with the photograph files on our server.
SooToday.com afflicted by fall foliage fetish

SooToday.com afflicted by fall foliage fetish

A number of Saultites who've moved to less "gifted" parts of the planet have asked SooToday.com to post photos of the fall foliage. We thought it was a great idea, not only for them, but also for those locals who don't get out much.
Asia's really big walk

Asia's really big walk

Asia Rouse (shown) seems to find her apple juice a little on the sour side after participating in Sunday's Mother Daughter Walk for Heart and Stroke.
Remembering 'Spike' Irving's math class <b>(Updated)</b>

Remembering 'Spike' Irving's math class (Updated)

Around Sault Collegiate Institute during the closing years of the war, everyone referred to her as 'Spike' Irving. But never to her face.
Métis office prepares to litigate 150 hunting, fishing cases

Métis office prepares to litigate 150 hunting, fishing cases

In the legal department of the Ontario Métis Aborginal Association (OMAA)'s head office on Albert Street in Sault Ste.
Supreme Court sides with Powleys, upholds hunting rights

Supreme Court sides with Powleys, upholds hunting rights

In a landmark case that has profound implications for Métis people across Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada today ruled that Saultites Steve Powley and Roddy Charles Powley have a constitutional right to hunt for food.
Police search for missing Sault teenager

Police search for missing Sault teenager

City police detectives are currently looking for a 15-year-old female who has been reported missing from her home. Chelsea Anne Mills of 73 Cameron Avenue was last seen on September 18th at approximately 5 p.m.
Supreme Court rules today on Steve Powley case

Supreme Court rules today on Steve Powley case

This is the day the Supreme Court of Canada will release its decision on the case of Steve Powley, the Sault Ste. Marie Métis charged with hunting moose without a licence.