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LU recruitment poster wins award Laurentian University’s public affairs office will be presented a prestigious award by the Canadian Council for Advancement of Education during its annual conference to be held in Saskatoon next month.

Northerners need break on airfares: Diane Marleau

By Rick Pusiak Sudbury MP Diane Marleau put quite a bit of pep into what was supposed to be a happy news conference announcing $1.12 million in federal funding for Sudbury Airport.

The evolution of Dynamic Earth

ItÂ?s full speed ahead on the fundraising and construction of SudburyÂ?s newest tourist attraction. Dynamic Earth, an earth sciences centre, is targeted to open in the spring of 2003. The centre is expected to generate $12.

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Greyhound helps students Greyhound Canada is offering students the chance to take home prizes and scholarships for their academic achievements.

Valley man rolls up the rim and wins beautiful SUV

By Rick Pusiak Denis Lessard of Val Caron saw more than Â?please play againÂ? when he rolled up the side of his coffee cup Feb. 25 on the first day of this yearÂ?s Tim Hortons Â?Roll Up the Rim to WinÂ? contest.

Valley councillors hatch plan for medical centre

By Rick Pusiak It?s next to impossible for someone moving to Sudbury to get a family doctor. The answering machine for the medical society gives callers the bad news: no local physician is accepting new patients.

Feeling lucky?

Check your Lotto 6/49 tickets for the Wednesday, April 17 draw if you havenÂ?t already. According to the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, some lucky person in the northeastern region of Ontario is $5 million richer.

Bell Mansion subject of gallery show

By Andrew Scherban The current show at the Art Gallery of Sudbury is about, well, the Art Gallery of Sudbury. Actually the new exhibit highlights the history of Bell Rock, the lumber baron?s mansion on John Street, which is the gallery?s home.

Get the hip waders out

It promises to be an anxious next few days for property owners who live alongside or near the Vermilion and Onaping River systems.

Rabid foxes still problem in area

The concern about rabies is not over yet. Since late last month at least eight cases have been reported in the Sudbury District. Incidents include a dead fox found in a Wahnapitae barn.