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Blue Devil wrestlers end regular season on high note

Blue Devil wrestlers end regular season on high note

Sault Area High School team goes undefeated at Pellston Invitational, sets sights on Regionals
BEYOND LOCAL: Big Tech is firing employees by the thousands. Why?

BEYOND LOCAL: Big Tech is firing employees by the thousands. Why?

In the last year, more than 70,000 people globally have been laid off by Big Tech companies – what does it mean for the industry, and you?
Winner takes I-500 checkered flag by .0001 of a second

Winner takes I-500 checkered flag by .0001 of a second

'One of the most exciting finishes in I-500 history,' snowmobile race announcer Matt Prieur says
Good morning, Sault Ste Marie!

Good morning, Sault Ste Marie!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
54th I-500 dedicated to original board member – Frank Talentino

54th I-500 dedicated to original board member – Frank Talentino

'I don't want to take all the credit,' 91-year-old Frank Talentio said, recognizing everyone who has ever volunteered or donated to the 500 mile high-powered endurance race
Snowy opening hour greets fans and racers at I-500 - Photo Gallery

Snowy opening hour greets fans and racers at I-500 - Photo Gallery

Racing fans were treated to some great action on Saturday
Officer involved shooting on NB I-75

Officer involved shooting on NB I-75

State trooper fires 'service weapon,' striking and killing 48-year-old David Alan Stockton of Tawas
BEYOND LOCAL: Jackie Robinson and Republican history

BEYOND LOCAL: Jackie Robinson and Republican history

Robinson endorsed Richard Nixon, the Republican candidate for president, in 1960
Michigan revs up for first-ever 'free weekend' for snowmobiling

Michigan revs up for first-ever 'free weekend' for snowmobiling

Free Snowmobiling Weekend debuts Feb. 11 and 12 with goal of getting newbies 'hooked on experience for a lifetime'
OPINION: The government has limited power to stop police violence

OPINION: The government has limited power to stop police violence

A professor at Rutgers University says that President Biden's George Floyd Justice in Policing Act would aim to assert more federal government influence over policing practices at the state and local levels