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Fond memories at war brides reunion

By Rick Pusiak The war brides are coming to Sudbury and they?re bringing some pretty high-profile company with them.

Building booming

For the first time in a long time, the residential building industry in Sudbury is booming.

Home prices take dip

The average residential sale price for a home in Sudbury for June 2002 was $100,498 as compared to $118, 274 12 months ago.

Sudbury author relocating

bottom Pauline Cormier Children?s author Pauline Cormier of Levack is moving to London, Ont. Both she and her husband will be heading south at the end of this week.

Last minute talks could avoid strike at University of Sudbury

BY DIANE GILHULA Negotiations will resume this weekend to avoid a possible strike by teaching faculty at the University of Sudbury. SIMPSON The strike lockout deadline is Nov.

Shareholders can listen to Inco live

Inco will webcast on a live, listen only basis, its next regularly scheduled conference call covering its second quarter 2002 financial and operating results.

Citizens want bylaw for moral community

BY RICK PUSIAK A public meeting at Tom Davies Square regarding a new business licencing policy wasn?t well attended Wednesday night. But many of those who did attend had one thing on their minds. Sex.

Protecting pets from heat stroke and death

With warm weather now here, the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals wants to remind the public that keeping a pet in a vehicle or outdoors without protection from the sun and heat can literally be a killer.

Sudbury leads push to save planet

Globe and Mail reporter Alanna Mitchell writes in the Aug. 27 edition, that, Sudbury leads push to save planet.

Writer?s conference scheduled for July

BY DIANE GILHULA Still hiding that unfinished novel in the desk drawer? A conference being held in Sudbury July 3-8 may provide the inspiration needed to complete it.