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PHOTO ESSAY - Brent St. Denis in Bosnia

PHOTO ESSAY - Brent St. Denis in Bosnia

Algoma-Manitoulin MP Brent St. Denis spent much of the past week in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he joined Canadian forces deployed as part of the Canadian Forces Parliamentary Program.
The latest drool from the Jr. Hounds (Council preview)

The latest drool from the Jr. Hounds (Council preview)

Here's our look ahead at some of the issues to be discussed at Monday's meeting of Sault Ste. Marie City Council.
Elmo tickled pink by Scott Turnbull

Elmo tickled pink by Scott Turnbull

The 2002 Stuff-a-Bus Campaign ended Saturday afternoon when a Sault Transit bus was completely filled with toys and food items to be delivered to Christmas Cheer on Monday. Shown helping load up the bus are (l. to r.
My dog is missing

My dog is missing

Spotted Saturday afternoon on a bulletin board at the A&P at Great Northern Road and Northern Avenue. Do you know where Hunter is?
Why Brian Curran's in the dark

Why Brian Curran's in the dark

Brian Curran is the man responsible for keeping the lights on in Sault Ste. Marie. So why's he in the dark? Curran is president and chief executive officer of PUC Services Inc., but he was wearing a different hat when we photographed him on Friday.
City Council to discuss Domtar closing

City Council to discuss Domtar closing

Today's announced closure of Domtar Inc.'s hardwood lumber operation in Sault Ste. Marie will be discussed at Monday night's meeting of City Council.
Police add new checkpoints for impaired driving

Police add new checkpoints for impaired driving

The 2002/2003 Festive Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere program is officially underway this weekend, and you need to know that local OPP have added additional patrols to dissuade you from drinking and driving. In addition to the regular R.I.D.E.
Domtar closes Sault hardwood mill, 130 jobs lost

Domtar closes Sault hardwood mill, 130 jobs lost

Domtar Inc. announced today that its Sault sawmill will close on January 31. 130 employees of the hardwood operation will be laid off. Another 50 workers will be retained to dry and plane softwood lumber for other Domtar operations.
3 a.m. at Algoma University (submitted by J. Cormier)

3 a.m. at Algoma University (submitted by J. Cormier)

Steelworkers applaud Romanow report

Steelworkers applaud Romanow report

Citing Sault Ste. Marie's Group Health Centre, United Steelworkers of America National Director Lawrence McBrearty has applauded the findings of the Romanow Royal Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada.