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Idled first response teams are again good to go

Idled first response teams are again good to go

Medical first response teams that were idled in recent days in Prince and Aweres Townships, Searchmont, Goulais River and Batchawana were cleared for action again as of Tuesday night, Goulais Fire and Rescue Chief Bob Menard tells SooToday.com.
Algoma's public secondary teachers strike a deal

Algoma's public secondary teachers strike a deal

A tentative agreement was reached today between the Algoma District School Board and its secondary teachers.
Tentative settlement reached at Community Living Algoma

Tentative settlement reached at Community Living Algoma

At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Community Living Algoma announced it's reached a tentative agreement with its employees, averting a strike that could have begun at midnight.
Stelco reports $44 million first-quarter loss

Stelco reports $44 million first-quarter loss

Stelco Inc. today reported a first-quarter loss of $44 million or 45 cents a common share. The following are excerpts from a company news release: **************************************************************** Stelco Inc.
Update on Goulais River water levels

Update on Goulais River water levels

The Goulais River is holding steady at four feet above its usual levels, Goulais Fire and Rescue Chief Bob Menard told SooToday.com around 5:30 p.m.
An important announcement about Sault industrial land

An important announcement about Sault industrial land

Sault MP Carmen Provenzano is advising local media organizations that he'll make an "important" announcement on Thursday about industrial land in Sault Ste. Marie.
Council asked to approve $55 tax hike for average home

Council asked to approve $55 tax hike for average home

Sault Ste. Marie City Council will be presented tomorrow with a budget proposing a three percent increase in local property taxes.
Michigan men chose 'wrong place' to tinker with camcorder

Michigan men chose 'wrong place' to tinker with camcorder

Two Dearborn, Michigan men picked the wrong place to try fix their jammed camcorder, says Detroit Homeland Security chief Shelby Slater.
Flood workers knock on doors at midnight in Goulais

Flood workers knock on doors at midnight in Goulais

Late Monday night and into the wee hours of Tuesday morning, Goulais Fire and Rescue was warning residents on Bye's Sideroad that their road was underwater and floodwaters were rapidly approaching their homes. At 11:25 p.m.
Men seen videotaping Ambassador Bridge had dynamite

Men seen videotaping Ambassador Bridge had dynamite

Two Michigan men arrested after they were seen videotaping the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit had dynamite, immigration papers and shotgun shells in their car, the Associated Press is reporting.