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Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen is the associate content editor at Sudbury.com. She also covers education and the arts scene for Northern Life and Sudbury.com. Follow her on Twitter @HeidiUlrichsen. She can be reached by email at hulrichsen@sudbury.com.

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Camp for children with cancer scrambling after flood causes $15K in damages

Camp for children with cancer scrambling after flood causes $15K in damages

Set to open in a matter of weeks, Camp Quality seeks donations to help it replace dozens of life jackets, tents, and air conditioners
Camp for children with cancer scrambling after flood causes $15K in damages

Camp for children with cancer scrambling after flood causes $15K in damages

Set to open in a matter of weeks, Camp Quality seeks donations to help it replace dozens of life jackets, tents, and air conditioners
Camp for children with cancer scrambling after flood causes $15K in damages

Camp for children with cancer scrambling after flood causes $15K in damages

Set to open in a matter of weeks, Camp Quality seeks donations to help it replace dozens of life jackets, tents, and air conditioners
Man posing as Sudbury murder victim's 'relative' tried to steal donations

Man posing as Sudbury murder victim's 'relative' tried to steal donations

Kim Sweeney, the sister of Renée Sweeney, says of the attempted theft: 'I’m just sick someone would do this!'
Coniston school unveils 21st century library: Books, but also a 3D printer

Coniston school unveils 21st century library: Books, but also a 3D printer

And don't worry, École Notre-Dame de la Merci's library still has its beloved castle
<updated>Video: </updated>Old friend releases touching lament for murder victim Renée Sweeney

Video: Old friend releases touching lament for murder victim Renée Sweeney

Brent Byrne, who now lives in Japan, drew upon 'darkness' he felt in the wake of friend's murder
Are you ready? The question you should ask yourself during Emergency Preparedness Week

Are you ready? The question you should ask yourself during Emergency Preparedness Week

Nesbitt students get a lesson on what to pack in an emergency kit
Anderson Farm pavilion gets $17K in city HCI funds, but project still $42K short

Anderson Farm pavilion gets $17K in city HCI funds, but project still $42K short

Anderson Farm heritage group needs more sponsors to build $70K structure
46 North Brewing: Sudbury's 3rd craft brewery opened last month

46 North Brewing: Sudbury's 3rd craft brewery opened last month

Owners say they're trying to foster a craft brew culture in the city
<b>ONTARIO:</b> 'Outrageously slow reader' returns library book 49 years late

ONTARIO: 'Outrageously slow reader' returns library book 49 years late

Library had put out a Twitter call to find the man