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Bishop challenges women to boost church
  membership

Bishop challenges women to boost church membership

BY TAMARA BELKOV Bishop Jean-Louis Plouffe of the diocese of Sault Ste. Marie welcomed 27 new members to the Catholic Women's League of Canada (CWL) on the weekend.
More organ donors needed in Ontario

More organ donors needed in Ontario

BY KEITH LACEY Many mothers consider their children heroic, but Susan Clarke has more reasons than most to call her son a hero.
Lively man wins $50,000 lotto prize

Lively man wins $50,000 lotto prize

A Lively man and his co-worker for New Liskeard are each $50,000 wealthier after winning the $100,000 second prize on a March 10 Encore draw.
Victim determined to teach senseless prank can
  kill

Victim determined to teach senseless prank can kill

An Oshawa area woman who was severely injured after a large piece of concrete was thrown onto her moving car is determined to spread the word this type of prank can kill.
A nickel-equipped brewery for Nickel Belt

A nickel-equipped brewery for Nickel Belt

In the 1940s the Northern Brewery building on Lorne St. was considered one of the "showplaces of the north." The brewery, which dates back 1903, was rebuilt and re-equipped for the Sudbury Brewery and Malting Company's 37th anniversary.

Beta Sigma Phi to celebrate anniversary

The members of eight Beta Sigma Phi chapters in the Greater Sudbury area will attend a high tea to celebrate the organization's 75th anniversary  Sunday, April 30, at the Howard Johnson Hotel.

Hospital foundation wants your junk

The Sudbury Regional Hospital Foundation and NIM Disposals Ltd. wants your junk. "We are turning your scrap metal into medical equipment to help save lives" says Erica Greenspoon, president of NIM Disposals Ltd.

Catholic women to meet in Sudbury

CWL diocesan convention will be held in Greater Sudbury this weekend. An opening mass will be celebrated by Bishop Jean-Louis Plouffe at  Christ the King Church this evening.

Walden student designs logo

Kelsey Scarfone, a 12-year-old student at George Vanier Public School, with some help from her aunt Tracey, designed the winning logo for the Walden Citizens' Action Committee.
Theatre announces 2006-07 season

Theatre announces 2006-07 season

BY APRIL ANTONIAZZI for northern life Patsy Cline, the chief justice for the Nuremburg trials, a 52-year-old widow, two brothers brought together by the death of their father, and boys with dreams of becoming famous pianists will grace the stage of t