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Sudbury, Ont. — After years of reported sightings and speculation — not to mention a longstanding reward from the local paper for photographic proof — an image of a cougar has finally been captured on...
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After back-to-back tournament wins for the bantam Shamrocks where they posted a combined 9-1 record in both tournaments, teams have taken notice. The same goes for the mosquito Shamrocks, who are...
2014/07/30 14:14
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Racing in front of hometown crowds really gets nine-year-old Boyd Deadman's engine running. The Woodstock racing phenom will be one of many racers to hit the track at the second annual Flat Track...
2014/07/30 13:48
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A 63-year-old man was arrested and charged with several weapons related offences after Greater Sudbury Police Service officers responded to a call Wednesday at 1:45 a.m. that shots were being fired on...
2014/07/30 11:20
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Sudbury, Ont. — For two former soldiers strolling alongside Ontario’s Hwy. 17 on Tuesday, the blast of a tractor-trailer's horn briefly felt like incoming artillery fire. "Jason (McKenzie) and I...
2014/07/30 10:07
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Glemsford: Local sculptor’s tribute to John PeelAmateur sculpter Rob Pewsey is looking to get £3,000 backing to produce a bronze sculpture of John Peel. An amateur sculptor is hoping to have his...
2014/07/30 05:48
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... are very pleased to have been nominated again this year,” TNO’s artistic and general director, Genevieve Pineault, said in a release. “Being a finalist for a Premier’s Award is an important...
2014/07/30 04:48
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Movie Showing: The movie Ghostbusters will be shown in the parking lot where 100 Georges once stood on Cedar Street. The event, which is being organized to raise funds and awareness for the Downtown...
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... will go to the (Ontario Review Board) and try and keep him in," Tony Monteleone said Tuesday. "The system doesn't work for the victims." Monteleone was reacting to news that Alex Klem won a bid...
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... were sitting on the couch," recalled the southern Ontario man of the short visit to the Hall home one afternoon when he was 14 or 15 years old. "He took his penis out and started fondling himself....
2014/07/30 01:48
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The intermediate boys lacrosse team will enter provincial championships next week at the A level – two divisions higher than they competed previously. They're the first Greater Sudbury team to bear...
2014/07/29 22:48
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All proceeds from the event are to support KICX for Kids, a campaign to raise money for pediatric care at Health Sciences North in Sudbury. First prize wins $5,000, second prize $2,500, third $1,500...
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2014/07/29 22:48
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Instead of playing two games, one on Monday and another on Thursday in Garson, both teams agreed to have Monday's contest count as a regular season-capping four-pointer. A four-run first inning set...
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David Munch, chief executive officer of Finlandia, said emergency medical crews were called and the resident, whom The Star had learned was an elderly woman, was transported to Health Sciences North...
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Greater Sudbury Police Service officers are on site at Lasalle Boulevard and Barrydowne Road assisting with traffic control during road construction. Traffic will be slow moving at this intersection,...
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From angry beavers to orphaned moose, from curling club jams to ice fishing hut hot tubs, here are some quirk news stories that could only have happened in Canada. 1. In May 2014, Stephan Michel...
2014/07/29 08:07
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Suffolk: Toothache, week-old sprains and a common cold - just some of the 999 calls to the ambulance serviceThe East of England Ambulance Service Toothache, week-old sprains and a common cold. These...
2014/07/29 07:26
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NEWBURYPORT — Yesterday was a total washout for the Newburyport Post 150 Senior and Junior Legion baseball teams, who had both of their state tournament games rained out as a result of the morning’s...
2014/07/29 06:36
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Cambridge News Tuesday 29 Jul 2014 7:05 AM Richard Ford hopes Worlington can get one more win on the board to make certain of their place in Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship, Division One...
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An investigation revealed two adult males and a 10-year-old child were in a canoe when the men attempted to negotiate the quick-moving water and the canoe capsized, throwing all three into the...
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