Volume 15 Week 45

Wednesday, May 25


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Local batsmith has big dreams
LOCAL NEWS 2: Orléans flower and nursery centre braces for busiest weekend of the year
COMMENTARY: Student philanthropy alive and well in Orléans
VIEW POINT: Council drops the ball on photo radar
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Bantam Panthers win season opener; Jr. Varsity, Varsity teams not so fortunate
TRACK & FIELD: Louis-Riel dominates at high school track and field championships
SR BOYS RUGBY: St. Peter senior boys rugby team remains undefeated
ARTSCETERA: Coro Vivo concert to have world music theme

FEEDBACK: Grade 11 Civics class not impressed with MPs' behaviour #elbowgate

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LOCAL NEWS
St. Matthew High School's Keira Christie-Galloway won three events at the recent National Capital High School Track and Field Championships at the Terry Fox Athletic Facility. File photo

(Updated 2 p.m., May 24)
Local batsmith has big dreams
In a small garage in a single-detached home on the eastern edge of Orléans, Eric Brisson is pursuing his passion for baseball one bat at a time.

Orléans flower and nursery centre braces for busiest weekend of the year
Perfect weather on a Victoria Day weekend, combined with a not-so-perfect spring, has local garden centres bracing for an onslaught of green thumbs eager to get started on their flower beds and vegetable gardens. (Posted May 21)

Commentary: Student philanthropy alive and well in Orléans

CW Relay for Life raises over $83K for Cancer Society

Orléans doctor faces sexual misconduct charges

St. Peter students rise to the challenge yet again

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LOCAL SPORTS
Ontario Varsity Football
Bantam Panthers win season opener; Jr. Varsity, Varsity teams not so fortunate
The Cumberland Panthers kicked off the 2016 Ontario Varsity Football season with limited success on the weekend, winning just one of three games. (Posted May 23)

HS Track & Field
Louis-Riel dominates at high school track and field championships
The track and field rivalry between École secondaire Louis-Riel and Colonel By Secondary School played out decidely in Louis-Riel's favour last week as the Rebelles won 13 events to only four by the Cougars, even though both schools had 24 athletes finish among the top three in their respective events. (Posted May 21)

Senior Boys Rugby
St. Peter senior boys rugby team remains undefeated
The St. Peter Knights mission to avenge their heartbreaking loss in last year’s senior boys high school rugby champion-ship continued on track this week with wins over the Nepean and Glebe Collegiate. (Posted May15)

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ARTCETERA
Coro Vivo concert to have world music theme
Coro Vivo Ottawa will be presenting the third in a series of “commented” performances at Orléans United Church next month celebrating the rich tapestry of world music. (Posted April 9)

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FEEDBACK
Grade 11 Civics class not impressed with MPs' behaviour #elbowgate
To the editor:
As a civics teacher in Orléans, I frequently plan trips for my students to see democracy in action. Ironically, I was initially planning one of these trips on May 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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