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Two Saultites chosen for teachers federation executive

Two Saultites chosen for teachers federation executive

Two Algoma District School Board teachers will serve this year on the executive of the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario. Emily Noble (shown) was acclaimed president this week at the federation's annual meeting in Toronto.
Vaudry tries to clip Rowswell's wings

Vaudry tries to clip Rowswell's wings

In a strongly worded letter to Mayor John Rowswell, Ward 6 Councillor Peter Vaudry says he's opposed to any further transpolar initiatives until a solid business plan is in place.
Paul Delfre's plan to create summer science and sports camps

Paul Delfre's plan to create summer science and sports camps

Attention Sault parents
Rowswell invited to Taiwan

Rowswell invited to Taiwan

Praising our "young and aggressive" Mayor John Rowswell, Taiwanese economic representative Tso-Chen Chen today recommended that the Sault send a trade delegation to his country.
Enterprise Centre chief climbs the ladder

Enterprise Centre chief climbs the ladder

Terry Sheehan, general manager of Enterprise Centre Sault Ste.
Foul play not suspected in Cambridge Place death

Foul play not suspected in Cambridge Place death

City police say there's no evidence of criminal involvement in the death of Wayne Gabriel Thibault.
Consultant hired to develop international relations strategy

Consultant hired to develop international relations strategy

Sault-based Clute & Associates has been retained by the City to complete an international relations strategy.
City messes with Grace's well, gets chiropractic adjustment

City messes with Grace's well, gets chiropractic adjustment

Was it a noble attempt to save the people of Sault Ste. Marie from a Walkerton-type public health hazard? Or was it merely an act of bureaucratic vandalism? Dr.
Bryan Hayes chosen to fill Derik Brandt's shoes

Bryan Hayes chosen to fill Derik Brandt's shoes

It was all over in just one ballot. Bryan Hayes (shown) needed seven votes from City councillors to become the new Ward 3 councillor. He got nine.
City considers fast-tracking action on eyesore properties

City considers fast-tracking action on eyesore properties

Those who think the City's been overusing its powers to clean up private property will want to follow Monday's meeting of City Council.