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Jane Goodall visited in 2002

?People can make a difference if they try and if they are supported along the way.? Goodall That was the Northern Life front page headline May 8 and a quote from Jane Goodall, world renowned conservationist, and a newsmaker of 2002.

Peace troupe

On Saturday, Sept. 14, there will be a peace troupe workshop at the Kinsmen Hall in Lively. This will be a participatory workshop dealing with non-violent ways of dealing with various types of conflict.

Food distribution company known for treating customers and staff well

By Darcy MacRae The past 25 years have been very good for Flanagan Foodservice. The family-owned and operated business celebrated its 25th anniversary recently, showing that customer service and employee appreciation go a long way.

Long Lake Finnish Cemetery reopening Sunday

The Finnish Canadian Historical Society will be re-opening the Long Lake Finnish Cemetery this Sunday. Pastor Hannu Savinainen from the St. Matthews Lutheran Church will officiate proceedings.

Garson?s J. P. Krücker flying high in ultralight plane

BY KATHERINE THOMPSON NELSON J.P. Krücker is carving a successful business out of his love of flying by manufacturing ultralight planes and aircraft floats.

City to host young history buffs in 2003

During the opening ceremony of the 8th National Heritage Fair in Newfoundland this month, Sudbury was named the site for the July 2003 event.

Eye in the Sky catches people high

The Lions Eye in the Sky caught a great deal of public intoxication during the month of December.

Dissent not dead: Judy Rebick

BY DIANE GILHULA Reports about the left?s demise have been greatly exaggerated.

Mall having renaissance

BY KEITH LACEY The Rainbow Outlet Centre?known as the City Centre Mall for three decades until new ownership came on board less than two years ago?is experiencing a rebirth with many new tenants on board and many more very close to signing long-term

Big race Saturday

Sudbury Downs is hosting one of its biggest races of the year Saturday evening. The top three-year-old trotting colts in the province will compete for $94,000 in the Grassroots wild card.