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Sara Eisinger

Sara Eisinger

An award-winning journalist, Sara has worked for various television, radio and print news outlets. As your hometown journalist, Sara promises to tell the stories that matter most to the people of Sault Ste. Marie.

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Recent Work by Sara

Fifth graders organize 'Help for Hospice' to wrap up school year

Fifth graders organize 'Help for Hospice' to wrap up school year

Sault Area Middle School teacher Jodie Jacobson's 5th grade class recognizes Hospice of the EUP by raising $545 in donations, delivering household essentials to its doorstep
Historic 1906 Elim Lutheran Church gets Airbnb makeover

Historic 1906 Elim Lutheran Church gets Airbnb makeover

'We didn't actually change very much about the structure of the building, and only removed one wall during the entire renovation,' Danna Sanderson said. 'Mostly, we just worked with what was already there, and kept the architectural integrity of the space as much as possible. We tried to keep the existing elements intact wherever possible'
Carbide Dock $2 million closer to major tourism, shipping port

Carbide Dock $2 million closer to major tourism, shipping port

City approves internal $2 million loan at a rate of 5.10 per cent to fund Carbide Dock Easterday Project with $1,090,000 from Augusta Hursley Seal Trust, $910,000 from Governor Chase Osborn Trust
Three 'exceptional officers' save lives

Three 'exceptional officers' save lives

Sault Ste. Marie Police Officer Trevor Adkins, Sgt. Jerome Gapczynski, Sgt. Christopher Stempky receive Lifesaving Commendation Awards for going above and beyond the call of duty
Angeline Boulley's motivation behind 'Warrior Girl Unearthed'

Angeline Boulley's motivation behind 'Warrior Girl Unearthed'

'Warrior Girl Unearthed' returns to Sugar Island to unveil the true ending to the lives of more than '8K' Native American ancestors, artifacts, still displayed in American museums today — 33 years after Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act was signed in 1990
A message from American Legion memorial service

A message from American Legion memorial service

'Today, as we stand here on the lawn of the courthouse — we are gathered — not just as individuals, but as a community united under the banner of freedom and remembrance,' retired USCG Commander Master Chief Robert Linn said
Foxhole Bike and Ski: family business owner

Foxhole Bike and Ski: family business owner

A hobby became a way of life for Levi Cron and his whole family when he made friends with bike shop owner Dave Bourgeault. Now the family shares that way of life with other outdoor recreation enthusiasts in the area
Former hockey pro Dr. Gordon addresses Sault High Class of 2023

Former hockey pro Dr. Gordon addresses Sault High Class of 2023

Once a professional hockey player, JKL educator Dr. Chris Gordon defeated several obstacles to find his Ojibwe identity, life's purpose — 'For all of you 2.4 GPAs and shop guys... that was me'
144 graduate from Sault High Class of 2023, slideshow

144 graduate from Sault High Class of 2023, slideshow

'I know we have been through a lot," Valedictorian Claire Erickson said. 'I have seen everybody, top to bottom, persevere. I know that this class will go out into the world to do great things. I am just excited to see what they all can do'
Julie Buhholtz wins Own Voices, Own Stories Award for 'Who Am I?'

Julie Buhholtz wins Own Voices, Own Stories Award for 'Who Am I?'

'Brown skinned girl' asked her 'big brown mama' who exactly she was, learning: 'You are the wind that scatters, moving seeds across the field, providing nourishment for our people' and so much more...