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Congratulations to our recent contest winners.

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It’s Good To Be Beautiful

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Gisele Bundchen

Who are the world’s highest paid models?…Read on…

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Letter author speaks out about PUC water problems

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Brown WaterIt has been just over a month since an east end resident wrote a letter expressing frustration and anger over the continuing water issues with the PUC. Deanna Della-Vicenza is a Sault Ste. Marie native, who has lived in the city for the last 15 years after previously living in the Prairies. She says the city once had the best water, and now feels it has some of the worst. It was the boil water advisory earlier this summer — and the lack of communication about it — that was the final straw for her and her sister, who experienced negative physical effects from consuming the water…

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Lou loves this loo!

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Smells That Are Quickly Disappearing

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1960 Rocky Colavito Topps Baseball Card

Nothing can trigger a memory like an aroma. Clove oil immediately transports you to a dental office. Crayola crayons take you back to elementary school. But some fragrances are being phased out thanks to technology and safety regs. How many of these do you remember?…

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Wanted Male

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JoshuaRoessThe following is a release from the Sault Police Service:

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Sault Fire Chief Announces Retirement

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MProvenzano          City of Sault Ste. Marie news release…
(Sault Ste. Marie, ON) City of Sault Ste. Marie Fire Chief Marcel Provenzano has announced that he will be retiring January 31, 2015, after 33 years with the Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie.
Chief Provenzano started with the City’s Fire Services on February 1, 1982 as a fourth class Firefighter and progressed through the ranks, being promoted to Captain in November 2001, Assistant Fire Chief in April 2006 and ultimately to the position of Fire Chief in June 2009.
“He will be leaving his employment after 33 years of exemplary service with the City, with the respect and gratitude of not only his fellow employees, but members of City Council and the public as well,” said Chief Administrative Office Joe Fratesi.
On August 11, 2014, in Caucus and in accordance with the City’s Guidelines for the Recruitment and Selection of Senior Staff, City Council agreed to the recommendation of the CAO to fill the vacancy that will be created by this retirement by way of a selection process that will involve a search both within and outside of our existing Fire Services.
Although formal authorization to start this process, including the appointment of a member of Council to the Selection Committee, will not be considered until the next regular Council meeting scheduled for September 8, 2014, initial steps for the replacement of this very important position in our community will be taken immediately.

Survey results — and other issues — highlight PUC water update

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[Breaking News] Actor Robin Williams dead at 63

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Actor Robin Williams has been found dead of a suspected suicide inside his California residence, Marin County police said in a release.

He was 63.

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