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Pot farmer spared jail time

By Keith Lacey A St.

Teen gets second chance

By Keith Lacey A veteran judge told a teenager Friday his crimes were very serious, but he?d done enough time behind bars with hardened criminals, and he was giving him a chance to conquer his alcohol problems and turn his life around.

Sault police officer?s trial being held in Sudbury

BY KEITH LACEY A police officer from Sault Ste. Marie has pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault following a party more than six years ago. Const.

Skead man wins lottery

William Rice of Skead scratched three Life symbols on his Cash for Life lottery ticket last week. He purchased the ticket at the Country Corner Store in Skead.

?Karla? book available at library

Sudbury Public Library has copies of a controversial new book about Karla Homolka, the woman serving time for her role in the murder of two southern Ontario high school girls.

50 days in jail for abusive man

A man whose serious drinking problems escalated into violence against two women in his life within the last few weeks was sentenced to 50 days in jail Friday.

OPP rescue woman

Two members of the Sudbury detachment of the OPP received a heartfelt "thank you" from a local woman Wednesday after she received some much needed assistance.

Police seek public's help in identifying man

The Kapuskasing detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police is asking for help identifying and locating this man in connection with a criminal harassment investigation.

Montpellier has May 27 court date

A preliminary hearing against a former financial adviser accused of bilking millions from clients will proceed in late May whether or not Pierre Montpellier is represented by legal counsel or not.

Accident serious

Highway 634 in Rayside-Balfour was the scene of a serious two vehicle collision late Monday morning. A car heading westbound on the highway collided with an eastbound pickup truck near Montee Principale around 10 am.