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Video: This actually was my first rodeo

Video: This actually was my first rodeo

The Bar River Rodeo is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year
The Sault shows its Pride <b>(16 photos)</b>

The Sault shows its Pride (16 photos)

The Klub Community Wellness Centre invited the LGBTQ2S+ community and allies out to the Marconi Sunday for a celebration
This local beekeeper is still a teacher at heart

This local beekeeper is still a teacher at heart

Retired art teacher Mary Eaton didn't bring any honey to the Algoma Farmers Market due to a poor producing season - but she did bring her enthusiasm to teach others about the art of beekeeping
Anishinaabe author details 'life force energy' of residential school survivors in latest book

Anishinaabe author details 'life force energy' of residential school survivors in latest book

Dr. Theresa Turmel interviewed more than a dozen survivors for her 2020 book, Mnidoo Bemaasing Bemaadiziwin: Reclaiming, Reconnecting, and Demystifying Resiliency as Life Force Energy for Residential School Survivors
You've gotta see the size of the lettuce Arturo grew this year

You've gotta see the size of the lettuce Arturo grew this year

'There's no where to go, so i spend more time in the garden'
It can be 'hot, dirty work' says Sault's new Ontario Fire Marshal investigator

It can be 'hot, dirty work' says Sault's new Ontario Fire Marshal investigator

Jim Campbell started his local duties in May
Sault Ste. Marie Airport, yesterday and today <b>(15 photos)</b>

Sault Ste. Marie Airport, yesterday and today (15 photos)

A brief history of the city’s vital air link; airport has survived and thrived through ups and downs
<b>POLL:</b> Saultites weren't eager to hit up patios, go shopping on reopening weekend, poll suggests

POLL: Saultites weren't eager to hit up patios, go shopping on reopening weekend, poll suggests

Step One allowed for the reopening of patios and in-person shopping for non-essential items last Friday
Know an aspiring journalist? Village Media is launching a scholarship program to support journalism students

Know an aspiring journalist? Village Media is launching a scholarship program to support journalism students

Students who are enrolled in a journalism program for the fall are invited to submit an essay for a chance to receive a $1,000 scholarship towards their post-secondary education
<b>POLL:</b> Saultites think passenger rail 'very important' for the community, poll suggests

POLL: Saultites think passenger rail 'very important' for the community, poll suggests

No word on whether passenger rail will return to service local area