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Cameraman loving his shot at Olympic experience

By Rick Pusiak Two weeks ago Northern Life ran a story about veteran teacher and politician Sterling Campbell and his retirement after years in the classroom.

Young athletes sing praises of their favourite coach

Editor's note: Ingrid Mackin, 19, is Coach of the Year for 2001,( Wednesday. Feb. 6 issue.) We thought you would enjoy reading about some of the nominees: *** Hi my name is Hazel Cole. I would like to nominate Dale Beausoleil for coach of the year.

Wrapping up another great Coach of the Year contest

Editor's note: Ingrid Mackin, 19, is Coach of the Year for 2001,( Wednesday. Feb. 6 issue.

Phillips returns to Brier

name="valign" bottom > Paul Sauve HOT ROCKS Tim Phillips and his Sudbury Curling Club team of Ron Collins Jr., Drew Eloranta and Doug Hong will represent Northern Ontario at the Calgary Nokia Brier March 9-17.

Museum tells story of sports legacy- James Fortin

name="valign" bottom > James Fortin TREASURES With the Winter Olympics in full swing I was moved to take a look at the material related to sports in the museum collection. There is a lot of sports material in the collection.

Nickel Loppet goes Sunday

The inaugural event for the annual Sudbury Fitness Challenge is set for Sunday. The Nickel Loppet begins Sunday morning at the Laurentian University cross-country ski trails and there?s still plenty of time to sign up.

Spartans alumni night

The Sudbury Spartans football organization is starting off 2002 with a bang. Spartans alumni invites current and former players to Alumni Night, Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Beef 'N Bird Tavern For more information phone 705-673-8074.

How much does it cost to look like an Olympian?

Roots is the official uniform supplier to the Canadian and American teams at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. name="valign" bottom > Cecile Bobby, who works at the New Sudbury Roots store, models some "Canada" merchandise.

Wolves 'seize the moment'

By Keith Lacey By the time the Sudbury Wolves finish their current homestand next weekend, they could be a hockey team with a winning record.

Coniston curling pioneer leaves legacy

By Paul Sauve Thomas "Tom" Hoare, 84, passed away recently. If you are a native Conistonian you will know Hoare as he was postmaster for many years.