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Sudbury hockey player exported to U.S.

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW For years minerals have been mined out of the ground in the Sudbury region and now universities from the United States are mining athletes out of the Nickel City at a wild pace.

Fastball squad bringing Pride to the north

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW A group of dedicated local fastball players have gotten together to restore the pride of Northern Ontario fastball.

Nick Tomiuk: A league of his own

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Hockey is Nick Tomiuk?s great love. He played the game long after retirement age and his adventures took him across North America and beyond.

Model aircraft show get enthusiasts high

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Look up in the sky it's a bird? a plane? name="valign" top > Don Huntington, director of public relations and engineering - special projects with the Sudbury Model Aircraft Club is hoping for clear skies this weekend, Ju

Hockey challenge helps promote hiring students

SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW It wasnÂ?t the Stanley Cup final or the Memorial Cup championship game, but the second annual hockey challenge put on by the Human Resource Centre of Canada for Students was still a great event to be part of.

Swimmer thrilled to compete in first Greek Games

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Matthew Coutsos enjoys challenges and has always dove in head first to meet them.

Bears crowned NOSSA champs

St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School Bears left for Timmins today to represent Sudbury in the Ontario Federation of Secondary Schools? Association (OFSSA) Championship. name="valign" top > St.

Coaches crucial to success of new league

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW In the 70s, Gary Petrin used to play in the Sudbury lacrosse league. He played six or seven seasons until the league folded due to lack of interest and volunteer support was minimal.

Walk for fitness

The Neighbourhood Walk Working Group wants to get older adults on the streets.

Fish ?father? passionate about his babies

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW This week, Rolly Frappier became the proud father of more than 700,000 babies. To say he is a busy man would be an understatement.