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Shock, sadness and anger
Two well-known local figures of Sault Ste. Marie's Ukrainian community have shared their thoughts with SooToday.com in regards to the ongoing, disturbing social, political and military developments involving Ukraine.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Healthy cooking seasoned with laughter
NEWS RELEASE ALGOMA PUBLIC HEALTH ************************* Healthy cooking seasoned with laughter SAULT STE.
Marcoux medals in Sochi
Talk about a great start to the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia for Sault Ste.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Thunder Bay's Source
Gravelle, Ministry of Transportation disagree on Expressway warning lights
Michael Gravelle thinks advance warning lights on the Thunder Bay Expressway will make it safer, but the Ministry of Transportation doesn't agree.
Congratulations to six special women
Accordingly, the Business and Professional Women's Club of Sault Ste. Marie honoured six local women who have contributed to the community throughout their lives and careers at its annual Women's Week Banquet, held at the Delta Sault Ste.
Constance Lake wins housing award - 106 homes over 15 years
Rick Garrick/Wawatay News Magloire Broussie, right , and Jerry Robillard, both from Black Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan, install plastic piping during one of four plumbing installation demonstrations and competitions at the 12th Annual First Nations Northern Housing Conference.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Keegan Periard dies while in custody
At the time of his death, Mr Periard, 25 years old, had been serving a life sentence for murder since February, 2010.
City staff wear jeans in March for ARCH
The Algoma Residential Community Hospice received yet another boost from a recent fundraiser.
Staycation paradise on sharp blades
Sault Ste. Marie is going to be an excellent place for outdoor winter-sport affectionados to staycation this March break.
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Convicted murderer John Moore appealing for clemency - again
A group of criminology students at the University of Ottawa wants to help John Moore, a man who says he was wrongfully convicted in a 35-year-old Sault Ste.
Six sent to prison in $300,000 video poker scheme at Northern Michigan casino
The mastermind of a $300,000 video poker scheme was sentenced to three years in federal prison - the longest term for the six defendants sentenced this week.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Check this place out during March Break
The University encourages local students from both the Algoma District School Board and Huron Superior Catholic District School Board to attend the open house to learn about the benefits of attending their local university.
Tony Martin transfered to Newmarket hospital
As reported earlier by SooToday.com, friends, associates and people who have worked with former Sault Ste.
An ice storm, heavy snow and record pressure
An ice storm, heavy snow and record pressure top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history.
Brother B.J. a big part of Mac Marcoux's journey
Skiing an icy downhill race course at 100 kilometres an hour requires a certain amount of guts and a fearless disregard for potential danger.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Parks and Rec wants your input
A well-attended open house, organized by the City of Sault Ste. Marie's Community Services Department, was held at the Civic Centre Tuesday.
Why we're excited for Nathan Salituri
ONTARIO **************************** CSCNO students to take part in upcoming Francophone Youth Parliament at Queen's Park From March 4 to 8, five Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario students will be among the 80 Grade 11 and 12 Franco-Ontarian students to take part in the 8th Provincial Francophone Youth Parliament.
Helping children in care become self-reliant adults
SooToday.com spoke with Kim Streich-Poser, the executive director of Children's Aid Sault Ste.
Man arrested at courthouse on outstanding warrant
Marie courthouse on an outstanding warrant for domestic related charges. It is alleged that in the early hours of February 16, the male assaulted his 21-year-old girlfriend by pushing and kicking her, resulting in minor injuries that did not require medical attention.