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Lloyd Reed honoured by university community

Lloyd Reed has been awarded Laurentian University?s Angus Gilbert Distinguished Colleague Award for 2001-02. This award, created in 1993 in honour of the late Dr.

Molson donates $5000 to local playground

By James Hopkin People attending the rink at the Robinson community playground will have an improved rink to skate on next winter.

Improper water testing results in $4,000 fine

By Keith Lacey A company that manages a private communal waterworks project servicing a 100-unit subdivision on Radar Road in Capreol Township has been fined $4,000 for failing to properly carry out water testing.

Happy Birthday LCBO

The LCBO is celebrating 75 years of serving Ontario citizens Saturday. Participating stores are hosting special in-store events that will feature food and/or product sampling.

Teacher recognized for loving her job

A teacher at Northeastern Secondary School has been awarded the Prime MinisterÂ?s Award for Teaching Excellence certificate of achievement. Pat Binnersley was recognized for her dedication to students.

Boréal teams with Centennial

Collège Boréal will soon be offering French-language career education and training programs at Centennial College?s Centre for Creative Communications in Toronto.

Second-hand shoes needed

By James Hopkin Let someone in need fill your shoes this summer. The staff at the DeSimone Foot and Ankle Centre are collecting shoes for the second annual Shoe Drive next week during Foot Health Week.

Women?s self-defence

The Sudbury Sexual Assault Crisis Centre is hosting a Wen-Do, women?s self defence training program.

Kids at Risk

By Rick Pusiak There?s no shortage of stories about young people who had lots of potential but ended up in trouble with the law. Fortunately there are also many caring people determined to keep youth on track and out of jail.

Mine Mill makes donation

Local 598 of the Mine Mill/CAW has donated $500 to Sudbury Rainbow Crimestoppers after vandals caused serious damage to the Sudbury Mining Heritage sculpture/ ?Mine Mill 598/CAW has, from the beginning, been one of the organizations that worked in de