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Woman who stole from charity avoids jail sentence

SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Paulette Pokonzie has had a hard life, yet she always found time to help others out in the community. On Jan.

Sweat lodge at jail aimed to help native inmates

BY LAURA STEVENS The Sudbury District JailÂ?s yard is now a place for spritual healing for native inmates. Once used as a recreational ground for inmates, the yard is now the home of a full-sized teepee, or sweat lodge. Ontario Lt.- Gov. James K.

Hit and run

On May 31, 2004, at approximately 9:40 pm a motor vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Highway 69 North at main street in Val Caron. As a result of the collision, an older model black Cavalier fled the scene east on Main Street.

Fatal Collision

Members of the Sudbury Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are continuing to investigate following a fatal motor vehicle collision that occurred Thursday morning on Highway 144 in Ulster Township.

Youths go on rampage

Wednesday evening three males entered the Belanger Construction site on Silver lake Road, near the Highlands Golf Course.

Chelmsford man killed

A Chelmsford man was killed in the fatal collision that took place Thursday morning on Highway 144 near the Onaping Lake turnoff.

Boating accident

Members of the Ontario Provincial Police in Noelville continue the search for one missing fisherman from Southern Ontario. The body of a second man, Gary Makey, 50, of Selkirk, Ont. was recovered Sunday.

?Polite? repeat robber given penitentiary term

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca A ?polite robber? who robbed a gas station and a pharmacy was sentenced to 27 months in a penitentiary Thursday.

Fatal crash

The Ontario Provincial Police are conducting an investigation into a fatal motor vehicle collision which occurred on the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Territory that resulted in a Sudbury teenager being killed.

Drug bust

A Sudbury man is facing numerous charges after Greater Sudbury Police say they found 6.5 ounces of cocaine, with a street value of $11,050, in his apartment.