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Jeanne Warwick to be honoured

The Rotary Club of Sudbury Sunrisers will honour businesswoman Jeanne Warwick at a luncheon this Friday at the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel. Warwick will be presented with the prestigious Paul Harris Award.

Police investigating malnourished Flour Mill infant

A joint investigation between Greater Sudbury Police and the Children's Aid Society is underway after a malnourished eight-month-old child was brought to hospital Thursday.

Printer loved boating

A well known printer in Sudbury, Herbert ?Bert? Haring, 83, died at his Manitoulin Island home Friday. Bert Haring, pictured with family and the mayor, received a Queen?s Golden Jubilee Medal earlier this year.

$38.9 million expansion secures future of SNO

BY CRAIG GILBERT craig@northernlife.ca Dozens of dignitaries, members of the media and at least one sitting member of parliament got a look at how far researchers have to go to get to the frontier of knowledge Monday morning.

Valley brothers up for same CCMA

What could pit two Valley brothers against each other in a high noon musical shootout? A Canadian Country Music Award.

Azilda senior wins $250,000

Fernande Poulin, 70, of Azilda, is in shock after winning a quarter of a million dollars in the Sept. 24 Encore jackpot. Poulin and her husband, Aime, have four children, one grandchild and one great-grandchild.

Professor finalist for governor general?s award

Robert Dickson, a French studies and translation professor at Laurentian University, is among the finalists for Governor General?s Literary Awards, in French, in the category of poetry.

Business promoters to study city?s control of store hours

The controversial issue of city council regulating retail store hours may surface again in the not too distant future.

College Deal

With a tentative deal reached with the province around dinner time Tuesday, full-time faculty at Cambrian College can take the rest of the Spring break off, away from a picket line.

?Sudbury needs to open up some more?

BY TRACEY DUGUAY tracey@northernlife.ca Whether it?s going on tour with one band, appearing in the music video of another or organizing his latest emo/punk show in Sudbury, life is a little hectic, but a lot of fun, for Shawn Parsons.