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Sports groups concerned about utility costs

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] A utilities recovery program approved by the city has local community organizations in an uproar.

Rayside Balfour supports Walk for a Cure for cancer

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] When the Rayside Balfour Youth Action Network (RBYAN) calls on its community for support, the whole town answers back with authority.

Wrestling phenom takes no prisoners

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Teeanager Marissa Brown will never be accused of not being a warrior.

Pitcher has challenging curve

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] At six-foot-four and tipping the scales at about 210 pounds, Matthew Braumberger has an imposing big frame, but he?s also big on potential.

Couple share love and grace of archery

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] One day about 10 years ago, a co-worker gave Andy Bourgeois a used crossbow. He had no idea how this would have change his life.

Wolves coach to participate in Heart and Stroke Golf Tournament

The 12th annual Heart and Stroke Golf Tournament is set to take place Saturday, Aug. 24 at Sudbury Highlands Golf and Country Club. Mike Foligno, the new coach of the Sudbury Wolves, will be a special guest at the mixed best ball tournament.

Bare foot water skier thrives under pressure

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] To many people, water skiing and bare feet don?t necessarily fit in the same sentence.

Wolves camp set to open

The largest training camp in Sudbury Wolves history is set to open Wednesday. A total of 60 hopefuls, including 16 returning players, will participate in the training camp as the Wolves open their 32nd season in the Ontario Hockey League.

Golf legends test their skills at Timberwolf

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Two of Canada?s all time legends of golf were in town this week to test their skills at the Timberwolf Golf Club during the Canadian PGA Seniors? Championships.

On the right track

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] It?s been a tough haul, but Cathy Inch stands by her decision to stay in Northern Ontario. name="valign" top > ?As long as I can remember, I?ve always loved horses,? say Cathy Inch.