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Anne Kuinka was dancer

Anne Kuinka of Sudbury, died Jan. 3, less than a year after her husband of 60 years. KUINKA Kuinka grew up in Timmins but spent most of her adult life in this city. She died in Vancouver.

Sturgeon Falls student wins scholarship

The winner of Cambrian College?s Grand Tuition Break draw is Marc Pellerin, a graduate of École Secondaire Franco-Cité in Sturgeon Falls. The first-year student is in the business administration program.

Dream wedding will happen thanks to Sudbury businesses

BY TRACEY DUGUAY It may sound like a line from a Tennessee Williams play, but Keisha Andrews is becoming accustomed to Â?relying on the kindness of strangers.

City collects $340,000 in unpaid parking fines

A City of Greater Sudbury program to collect unpaid provincial fines has been extended for an additional year.

Sudbury?s dreaming of ?green? Christmas

Sudbury will soon have a new environmentally friendly green Christmas present in the form of two Ballard Power hydrogen fuel cells.

Merchant provides cash for class

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Matthew Jefkins, a Grade 11 chemistry and biology student at Lockerby Composite School, holds a beaker of solution in a lab class. His eyes light up as he discovers the wonders contained inside.

Sudbury getting student friendly

Greater SudburyÂ?s four post-secondary institutions, Downtown Sudbury and New Economy Sudbury are supporting a plan to promote the city, and in particular the downtown, as a student-friendly community.

Construction Launch

Dan Newman (far right), Associate Minister of Health and Long-Term Care for Ontario and Greater Sudbury Mayor Jim Gordonare joined by management committee chair and city councillor Louise Portelance and Rita Paquette, president of the Pioneer Manor R

Fundraiser to offset massive rent increase

BY MICHAEL JAMES For years the Sudbury Basin Pottery Club has paid about $500 a year in rent for their studio space in the old Lansing Field House on Lamothe Street.

Family mourns lost of son

While the search for Sudbury man and his partner, missing since early August in a remote, mountainous area near the Quebec-Labrador border, has not officially been cancelled, the man?s mother has finally come to accept he may be dead.