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Carol Martin

Carol Martin

Carol Martin, a graduate of Cambrian College's journalism program, has been a journalist for more than 18 years. Born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Carol has also lived and worked in Constance Lake First Nation, Sudbury and Kingston.

Recent Work by Carol

Seen on Hughes Street Saturday afternoon <b>(5 photos)</b>

Seen on Hughes Street Saturday afternoon (5 photos)

Outlaw Motorcycle Club member Richard "Duke" Williams honoured with drive-by tribute
Former Saultite remembered as pioneer in Canadian music industry

Former Saultite remembered as pioneer in Canadian music industry

Linda Dawe, known to many as LD and one of Canada's first female independent promotion representatives is dead at 72
<b>CAROL MARTIN:</b> Finding the right word can be uncomfortable

CAROL MARTIN: Finding the right word can be uncomfortable

But that can be a good thing if you take advantage of an opportunity to ask why
Sault musician offers a helping hand

Sault musician offers a helping hand

Saultite, Vince Boschi hopes to help people grappling with mental health issues through his latest song and video
Saultite channels Snoop Dogg, Donald Trump in new role

Saultite channels Snoop Dogg, Donald Trump in new role

Trish Rainone is back on the little screen as a tough, funny inmate in a women's prison
Sault teen continues to help seniors at Christmas but differently

Sault teen continues to help seniors at Christmas but differently

Christmas Adopt a Senior: SSM continues this year but much more carefully
<b>CAROL MARTIN:</b> Tears are not terrible

CAROL MARTIN: Tears are not terrible

In this How it Happened feature, editor Carol Martin tells us why it can be important to tell the stories of people the community had lost, even if it brings tears
E-bike crash victim remembered as fun-loving and adventurous

E-bike crash victim remembered as fun-loving and adventurous

Samantha Mick is remembered by friends and family as a vibrant, outspoken woman
LETTER: Long-term health care is short-sighted, says reader

LETTER: Long-term health care is short-sighted, says reader

Long-term care specialist warns we are behind the eight ball in the midst of a 'silver tsunami'
David Findlay

David Findlay

In loving memory of a dear son and brother who passed away November 6 1988. May the winds of love blow softly and whisper so you'll hear that we will always love and miss you Dave and wish you were here.