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    Just a Regular Joe

    Today’s candidate is ward six’s Joe Krmpotich. From steelworker to member of the union’s executive and then city councillor, Joe has shown he ...

  • POLICE-CHASE

    Mr. Caicco’s Epic Fail

    On September 28th it is alleged 49 year old Frank Caicco of 596 Cooper St. was in Shoppers Drug Mart in the Cambrian Mall attempting to steal a laptop computer ...

  • City Police searching the area near McNabb Street Tuesday prior to locating Richard Stone

    Missing Man Found

    Members of the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service located Mr. Stone late this afternoon and he is fine. Sault Police Services were seen searching areas near McNabb...

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Dave and Karen Rector at a pit stop

Amazing Times

You may have seen teams of two racing around town Tuesday. They could have been frantic, nervous, unsure and out of breath. Each second counts. That didn’t stop the team of Karen and Dave Rector from posing for a photo though – Thank You! The couple were part of the Amazing Race sponsored by the OLG Sault Casino for the United Way. The event works just like the popular TV show except instead of jet setting across the globe, the ...

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SEX-CRIMES

Male Charged in 1981 Sex Crime

A 50 year old male attended at the police station where he was arrested on dated charges of attempt rape and indecent assault on a female. The charges stem from 1981 when the male was considered a young offender. The victim and the accused are also known to each other. He will be appearing in bail court on October 1.

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Unifor National President, Jerry Dias with healthcare worker

” A Powerful Guy” Lends His Support

Jerry Dias, Unifor National President made a special trip to the Sault Tuesday to show his support for health care workers. Dias was named the third most powerful man by Mcleans magazine in 2013 will be making his first visit to Sault Ste. Marie. Jerry was identified by Macleans magazine as the third most powerful man in Canada in 2013. Unifor was created with the merger of two of Canada’s largest unions, The Canadian Auto Workers and the Communications, Energy ...

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L to R – Ingo Schuurhuis, Manager of Operating Room, Surgical and Endoscopy Programs, Cheryl Pavoni, Executive Director SAH Foundation, Albert Novello, President - Club Calabrese and David Shier, Development Officer SAH Foundation.

Club Calabrese Club Calabrese Donation to Cardiac Equipment

The Club Calabrese of Sault Ste. Marie believes strongly in the healthcare of their members and the community. They made a generous donation of $5,000 to the Sault Area Hospital Foundation to support the purchase of new cardiac bricks that are used throughout the hospital. At their recent membership meeting at the Marconi Club, Ingo Schuurhuis, Manager of Operating Room, Surgical and Endoscopy Programs at the Sault Area Hospital spoke to the members on the need for the replacement of ...

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How Friendly Are We?

The City’s Community Services Department (Recreation and Culture Division) is in the process of collecting information to support an application for the Playworks Youth Friendly Community Designation. Play Works is a movement of interested parties committed to helping youth by encouraging and promoting a greater investment in youth play in Ontario. (www.playworkspartnership.ca/youthfriendly- communities). As the lead applicant, the City recognizes that youth are vital and an important resource in our community. We need the comments and opinions of youth ages ...

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Charges Pending In Highway 17 Transport Fire

At approximately 8:38 pm on September 27, 2014 the Superior East Wawa Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a single tractor trailer collision on Highway 17 just South of Wawa. OPP investigators have determined that an International Prostar tractor trailer was traveling northbound on Highway 17 in the Rabazo Township when it left the roadway striking a rock cut causing it to engulf in flames, the trailer ended across the Highway blocking both the southbound and northbound ...

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Jody Wilson is the current operator.

Chilly Willy’s Troubles Not Over Yet

There could be a new operator and vendor at the John Rhodes Centre if the City decides to take another proposal on the restaurant and sports bar at the east end facility. That’s the recommendation from the city staff. Chilly Willy’s owned and operated by Jody Wilson will remain at the John Rhodes Centre until May, after that he will have to compete with other interested parties to stay in business. That’s what Sault Ste. Marie city council voted in ...

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