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Retired educator continues good work by lending name to Alzheimer awareness

By Kelly Louiseize The first president of Cambrian College, John T. Koski, is one of the 1,800 Sudburians who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer?s disease. bottom John Koski Koski opened Cambrian, Sault and Canadore College in 1967.

Express News

CN helps Heart and Soul Canadian National has donated $250,000 to Sudbury?s Heart & Soul Campaign. In recognition of this gift, the Northeastern Ontario Regional Cancer Centre will name its new chemotherapy suite in CN?s honour.

Falconbridge rescue team?s #1

By Keith Lacey The Falconbridge Craig/Lockerby mine rescue team claimed the prestigious provincial championship at the recent 2002 Ontario Mine Rescue Competition in Timmins.

Sudbury dad needs help

Charlie Murphy of Chelmsford has run out of options. His teenager daughter has cystic fibrosis and was diagnosed with diabetes two years ago.

Bear facts

The city has issued a release on how to go about reporting nuisance black bears following recent sightings around Valley East and outlying areas. Individuals with concerns can contact the Ministry of Natural Resources nuisance bear line at 524-4696.

Filmmaker coming home to shoot movie

Amateur filmmaker Ian Pitblado has choosen Sudbury as the location to shoot his next film. The film is a short comedy called Love Is Blind, and is scheduled for shooting from June 22 to the 23. All the actors and crew are also from the Sudbury area.

Centre starts support group for residential school survivors

By James Hopkin For some, the term ?residential school,? is something they read in a history book, or the subject of a CBC made-for-TV movie.

St. Anthony?s getting new priest

By Rick Pusiak ThereÂ?s a feeling of relief at St. AnthonyÂ?s Roman Catholic Church in SudburyÂ?s Gatchell neighbourhood following word the parish will soon have its own priest. Rev.

High school yearbooks provide social history - James Fortin

bottom James Fortin TREASURES It is the time of year that our secondary school students both love and hate. Exams and the prospect of graduation are close upon them.

People?s advocate made others enthusiastic about her causes

By Mick Lowe Jennifer Keck, professor of social work, community activist, mother and friend, who died from complications resulting from breast cancer on Wednesday (June 12) morning, left this life pretty much the way she lived it: with grace, passion