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Sault native follows passion pursuing artistic dream

Sault native follows passion pursuing artistic dream

Lori Mirabelli jumps full-time into the abstract art world
Rock n' roll provides clues to today's populism, says Sault author

Rock n' roll provides clues to today's populism, says Sault author

Former Saultite and prolific author, George Case, has just released "Takin’ Care of Business - A History of Working People’s Rock ‘n’ Roll"
Could this badge have belonged to the Sault’s first police chief in the 1850s? <b>(8 photos)</b>

Could this badge have belonged to the Sault’s first police chief in the 1850s? (8 photos)

Retired police officer unearths bronze badge, donates it to Sault Museum
Meeting famous people a perk of the job

Meeting famous people a perk of the job

SooToday’s Darren Taylor shares some memories
Village Media Scholarship recipients eager to bring a local voice to journalism

Village Media Scholarship recipients eager to bring a local voice to journalism

Three journalism students selected to receive $1000 scholarships toward their post-secondary education
Sault author releases first children's book

Sault author releases first children's book

Kirstin Dias uses C is for Camp: An Alphabet Adventure to pay homage to the great outdoors in northern Ontario
<b>Column:</b> Gagnon's impact on local hockey will go a long way

Column: Gagnon's impact on local hockey will go a long way

Don Gagnon was a key part of minor hockey in Sault Ste. Marie
Hoping to hold political office? A board or committee is often 'a good first step', says city CAO

Hoping to hold political office? A board or committee is often 'a good first step', says city CAO

Sitting on a municipal board or committee can also offer youth valuable experience outside of employment, explains Malcolm White
Author revisits idyllic Sylvan Valley childhood in new book

Author revisits idyllic Sylvan Valley childhood in new book

Karl Tuira recalls growing up in Sylvan Valley, Wabos during 50's and 60's in 'How Beautiful Was My Valley'
As Afghanistan falls to Taliban, local support groups on call to help veterans cope

As Afghanistan falls to Taliban, local support groups on call to help veterans cope

'I don’t know how to word it. It pisses you off, it’s discouraging, it’s like we were never there,' said Frank Iezzi, co-founder of Algoma Veterans Association