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Feeling lucky?

Check your Lotto 6/49 tickets for the Wednesday, April 17 draw if you havenÂ?t already. According to the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, some lucky person in the northeastern region of Ontario is $5 million richer.

Bell Mansion subject of gallery show

By Andrew Scherban The current show at the Art Gallery of Sudbury is about, well, the Art Gallery of Sudbury. Actually the new exhibit highlights the history of Bell Rock, the lumber baron?s mansion on John Street, which is the gallery?s home.

Get the hip waders out

It promises to be an anxious next few days for property owners who live alongside or near the Vermilion and Onaping River systems.

Rabid foxes still problem in area

The concern about rabies is not over yet. Since late last month at least eight cases have been reported in the Sudbury District. Incidents include a dead fox found in a Wahnapitae barn.

Brian Tobin to speak

The former premier of Newfoundland and former federal cabinet minister Brian Tobin will speak in Sudbury next month. is extremely pleased to announce Tobin is its second speaker in their Communities of Change luncheon series.

Teachers? union meeting

More than 100 elementary teachers from across Rainbow, Algoma and other districts in Ontario will be in Sudbury today.

Jail workers refuse work Ministry using 'deployable managers'

By Vicki Gilhula Correctional workers at Sudbury Jail havenÂ?t reported to work since last week. Local 617 president Marnee Campbell said the workers are refusing to work because of health and safety issues.

Heart and Soul contribution

The Sudbury Heart and Soul Campaign has reason to celebrate after the RBC Royal Bank announced it was making a donation of $175,000.

Management speaker coming

International management consultant Omar Aktouf will be the special guest speaker at a seminar set for Wednesday, April 25 in the Palladium Room of the Ramada Inn. Aktouf recently completed an 18-city tour of Quebec, Mexico and France.

Boréal appoints new VP

Collège Boréal has appointed Wesley Romulus as vice-president, central southwestern region, effective May 21.