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Ford announces $1M for Lopes Ltd. during Greater Sudbury visit

Ford announces $1M for Lopes Ltd. during Greater Sudbury visit

Premier also confirmed Hwy. 69 funding announcement in the works; about two dozen protesters greeted Ford's arrival
<updated>Updated: </updated>Power restored to Coniston after brief power outage

Updated: Power restored to Coniston after brief power outage

Outage was caused by loss of transmission supply from Hydro One
Transport runs into utility pole on Skead Rd., knocking hydro lines onto roadway

Transport runs into utility pole on Skead Rd., knocking hydro lines onto roadway

Traffic flowing normally on the road once again
Flood Watch issued for residents along Wanapitei River

Flood Watch issued for residents along Wanapitei River

Recent rain adds to already river that was already flowing high
Coniston school unveils 21st century library: Books, but also a 3D printer

Coniston school unveils 21st century library: Books, but also a 3D printer

And don't worry, École Notre-Dame de la Merci's library still has its beloved castle
Backhoe hits pole, knocking out power for some Coniston customers

Backhoe hits pole, knocking out power for some Coniston customers

Power was quickly restored for most customers, Coniston Industrial Park power should be back by 9 a.m.
Confed students start petition against Ford gov't education reforms

Confed students start petition against Ford gov't education reforms

Change.org petition has been signed by more than 3,000 people
Poet laureate Chloe LaDuchesse's work now on display at Sudbury airport

Poet laureate Chloe LaDuchesse's work now on display at Sudbury airport

Airport poem project started by Kim Fahner, LaDuchesse's predecessor as poet laureate
<updated>Updated: </updated>Skead and Radar Rd. reopened after 'serious' crash Monday evening

Updated: Skead and Radar Rd. reopened after 'serious' crash Monday evening

Road was closed for around seven hours
<updated>68 years ago:</updated> Remembering the deadly Coniston bus crash

68 years ago: Remembering the deadly Coniston bus crash

On Feb. 9, 1951, a bus carrying Inco workers home from the Coniston smelter and a CPR train collided in dense fog, killing nine people and sending 21 to hospital