Day: September 9, 2019

Neo Geo Arcade Stick Pro puts a retro console inside a controller

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links SNK Last month SNK promised some “next gen” Neo Geo hardware on the way and it might be here. The company just unveiled details on its Neo Geo Arcade Stick Pro which is actually a combination device. It’s design is based on the Neo Geo CD controller, but expanded to […]

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Sudbury letters: The reality of climate change; build university here

Sudbury Star Ignore those who ignore the reality of climate change Once again, Steve May has written a thoughtful column (‘May: Sea levels are rising — and so are the youth of the world,’ Sept. 8). It’s embarrassing to think that a man who is in charge of a ‘sort of’ national party would verbally […]

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These women help keep Sudburians warm

Sudbury Star From the left are Mary Blasutti, Jeanne Pitre, Armande Joubert, Gisele Guitar, Levina Carriere, Colombe Rochon, Jeannette Rivard and Jacqueline Lecuyer are members of the knitting club at Red Oak Villa. Supplied photo Members of the knitting club at Red Oak Villa like to knit and crochet a lot. Every Saturday, these ladies […]

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Starship’s delivery robots now serve Purdue University

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Starship Technologies Starship’s delivery robots have reached their largest school campus yet. Purdue students at the university’s West Lafayette campus now have the option of ordering robot-delivered food that should arrive in “minutes.” As at other schools, deliveries carry a flat $2 fee and work in tandem with your student […]

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Pan American expresses its commitment to Timmins operations

Timmins Daily Press Pan American Silver closed a deal to acquire Lake Shore Gold’s property assets earlier this year Company delegates and distinguished visitors head into the headframe at Bell Creek Mine in February 2019. RON GRECH/THE DAILY PRESS Ron Grech / Ron Grech/The Daily Press The new owner of Lake Shore Gold offered its […]

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Focus on agricultural education a hit with fall fair attendees

Timmins Daily Press Aria Hamilton, 5, tried junior farmer Olympic activity at a kid corral station on Saturday during the Timmins Fall Fair held at the Mountjoy Arena. RICHA BHOSALE/The Daily Press jpg, TD Education and activities were a big part of this year’s Timmins Fall Fair. Based on the strong turnout and public response, […]

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OPP lay 40th impaired charge in North Bay detachment area

North Bay Nugget An East Ferris resident was the 40th driver to be charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle this year Saturday. Ontario Provincial Police from the North Bay detachment were on patrol on Astorville Road at about 12:40 a.m. Saturday when officers saw a vehicle parked on the side of the road […]

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Silver bullets may stave off recession

North Bay Nugget Silver bullets and wooden stakes to use on the recession vampire? With the U.S. election roughly a year away and U.S. President Donald Trump having claimed ownership of the U.S. economic engine and, by default, the U.S. stock market as a result of his policies, it is becoming increasingly clear in order […]

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Road closure at Algonquin Boulevard and Pine Street

Timmins Daily Press Timmins Police Service headquarters on Spruce Street South. The Daily Press file photo jpg, TD The intersection of Algonquin Boulevard and Pine Street will be closed for an hour Tuesday morning, beginning at 6:30 a.m. Police say the intersection will be closed for traffic officers to conduct an investigative testing procedure. The […]

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‘A woman of incredible strength’

Sudbury Star Lily Fielding, 103, was one of Sudbury most generous philanthropists Lily Fielding and her family were recognized at a ceremony for a $3 million investment at the opening of Laurentian University’s Cliff Fielding Research, Innovation and Engineering Building at the campus in Sudbury, Ont. on Monday September 10, 2018. Mrs. Fielding died Sunday. […]

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