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Police museum opens soon

The grand opening of the Sudbury region police museum has been tentatively scheduled for April 25. The museum will be located in a large room on the third floor of police headquarters at Tom Davies Square.

Winners of NLFB Meltdown announced

Jim Harney and Peter Cliché from North Bay, Jesus Murphy and the Son of a Guns from Sudbury were winners of the Northern Lights Festival Boreal band competition at last weekend's Meltdown event.

OPSEU strike could affect moose hunt

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) is giving moose hunters the heads up on a potential problem with the 2002 season.

Local student wins National Deans' scholarship

Michel Montpellier , a top student at Collège Notre-Dame, has won a Laurentian University National Deans' Entrance Scholarships for Excellence. He will receive a scholarship, valued at $5,000. It is renewable for four years.

Celebrate Women features author Susan Coyne

Celebrate Women is being held Wednesday, April 3, at the Fraser Auditorium at Laurentian University at 7:30 pm.

Rabies serious problem; 36 people treated for exposure

By Rick Pusiak The number of confirmed rabies cases in the Sudbury area this year now stands at 25, and at least 36 people have now undergone treatment for rabies exposure.

What's open this weekend

Easter is the second-busiest time of the year for retailers. Saturday promises to be an exceptionally busy shopping, as virtually everything shuts down Good Friday and Easter Sunday, the most sacred religious holidays of the Christian calendar.

JoeMac committee looking for national support

By Rick Pusiak The Greater Sudbury Police Services Board has become the first board in Canada to pass a resolution backing the goals and directives of the Justice Over Everything: Making Appropriate Choices (JoeMac) committee. bottom Const.

LU partners with Mexico

Two universities vastly separated by geography but sharing a common neighbour will form a partnership allowing faculty and student exchanges.

Minnow Lakers concerned about new neighbour

By Rick Pusiak Parents and children in Minnow Lake are frightened following word that convicted child killer Daryl Cowles has relocated to their neighbourhood.