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Area cattle farmers find it hard to break even

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN [email protected] Times have been tough for Chelmsfor cattle farmer Gerard Lavigne since the American border was closed to Canadian beef 19 months ago. MIKE OBOMSAWIN subsidizes his farm with his Inco pension.

Grinch steals Christmas from Chelmsford family

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] Tears running down her face, Chantal Paquin says neighbourhood thieves have gone a long way to ruin Christmas for her 10-year-old son.

Keeping it clean with Sudbury Vacuum

Tired of lugging a heavy and bulky vacuum up and down the stairs as you battle endlessly against the onslaught of pet hair, cookie crumbs and the never seen, but always present, army of dust mites? Managers Richard Desmarais and Remi Desmarais (right

BPW Sudbury celebrating 60 years of success in the community

A local organization which celebrates the accomplishments and successes of women in the business world is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2005.

Greater Sudbury's population grows for first time in long time

A new report released by Statistics Canada shows the population of the City of Greater Sudbury has increased for the first time since 1993. The report, Migration 2002/03, reviews migration in Canadian cities.

Sudbury magazine promotes careers in mining

Twenty ambassadors of the mining industry will provide Ontario secondary students with an intimate, first-hand account of a world most young people know very little about through a bilingual mining careers magazine published in Sudbury called RockON.

Brunt survives another elimination round

Sudbury?s own Daryl Brunt has survived another week on the hit TV program Canadian Idol as the group of idol finalists was trimmed to seven.

Daphne Kochar funeral set for Saturday

A funeral service for 42-year-old Daphne (Davinder) Kochar is being held Saturday between 12 and 2 pm at the Lougheed Funeral Home on Regent St. The woman's body was found by hunters in Burwash in late December after she went missing on Nov. 6.

CD sales will help good cause

MAP Enterprises is selling special music CDs door-to-door to raise awareness of the great music talent in this area, as well as to raise cash for charities.

Grinch steals Christmas from Chelmsford family

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] Tears running down her face, Chantal Paquin says neighbourhood thieves have gone a long way to ruin Christmas for her 10-year-old son.