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Spartans want blood

The Sudbury branch of the Canadian Blood Services (CBS) and the Sudbury Spartans are teaming up to host an awareness event during Saturday?s home game at Queen?s Athletic Field against Mega City. CBS will be recruiting new donors during the game.

Good Samaritan wins award

A Good Samaritan who tried to resuscitate an injured man near Sudbury last November was recognized for his effort at an OPP awards ceremony in Cochrane. Dan Dunstan received the St.

Unemployment at 8.3 per cent

Although the number of unemployed in Sudbury fell in October, the local economy experienced declines in the employment level and the labour force. Cause for concern? No, says Laurentian University?s Claude Vincent, who is a professor of economics.

Scully was city?s first TV ?star?

BY RICK PUSIAK Sudbury has lost a broadcasting pioneer. Basil Scully Basil Scully died on Monday. He was 85. The native of Little Current was first heard on the radio in Sudbury.

Odd job squad

All this week, the Sudbury Human Resource Centre of Canada for Students is joining other centres across Ontario to participate in Regional Odd Job Squad Week.

United Way sets $1.3M campaign goal

By Darcy MacRae With a little help from their hundreds of friends and supporters, organizers of the Sudbury United Way/Centraide have set another record fundraising goal for the 2003 campaign.

Boil water advisory issues for Warren

All residents of Warren who draw their water from the municipal supply need to start boiling it as of tomorrow morning. Dr.

From the Archives

This photograph of Sudbury at night was taken in the late 1950s from Ste. AnneÂ?s Road. It shows Christ the King Church and the old Ste. Anne des Pins Church.

Tenacious picket captain has no regrets about 16-month strike

By Rick Pusiak The former picket captain on the Marona strike line has no regrets over the almost 16-month strike at the Val Caron kitchen manufacturing plant.

Three projects get funding

Three Youth Internship Canada projects have received federal funding so Sudbury young people can get work experience. The Ministry of Human Resources Development Canada is providing $200,000 for three projects.