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U.S. Coast Guard to escort tank ship through St. Marys River Wednesday

U.S. Coast Guard to escort tank ship through St. Marys River Wednesday

Every effort will be made to minimize incidental ice breaking in the harbour above the Sugar Island Ferry crossing, says coast guard
Mitchell the zamboni blade runner

Mitchell the zamboni blade runner

Mitchell will be driving the machine after the first period of Friday night’s hockey game against Bowling Green
Coast Guard cutter suffers engine failure

Coast Guard cutter suffers engine failure

No personnel are injured and no pollution is reported
City Commission lifts snowmobile restrictions

City Commission lifts snowmobile restrictions

City of Sault Ste. Marie City Commission voted unanimously to lift the snowmobile restriction on Portage Avenue from Gov. Osborn Boulevard to the Sugar Island Ferry Dock
LSSU Sociology professor and student receive top-notch awards

LSSU Sociology professor and student receive top-notch awards

The Reynolds award honors Mauldin for more than a decade of teaching and mentoring sociology to students at LSSU
Sugar Islanders cut off no more

Sugar Islanders cut off no more

U.S. Coast Guard comes to the rescue
Major sponsor of I-500 Pub Crawl announced

Major sponsor of I-500 Pub Crawl announced

The biggest pub crawl in the Upper Peninsula will take place February 1
U.S. Coast Guard working to resolve Sugar Island ferry delays

U.S. Coast Guard working to resolve Sugar Island ferry delays

The ice boom on the northern side of the St. Marys River is damaged, adding additional ice to the area
West Neebish channel to close soon <b>(6 photos)</b>

West Neebish channel to close soon (6 photos)

Alternating one-way traffic will be established in the Munuscong and Middle Neebish Channels
Sault Michigan Police investigate largest case of embezzlement on record in Chippewa County

Sault Michigan Police investigate largest case of embezzlement on record in Chippewa County

Authorities believe the amount to be more than $500,000. Three people are in custody