Volume 15 Week 45

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Myers Orléans unveils first all-electric Chevy Bolt in Ottawa
LOCAL NEWS 2: Orléans newest dining establishment a Portuguese delight
LOCAL NEWS 3: Crazy weather a major challenge for outdoor rink volunteers
VIEW POINT: Bemoaning the demise of interpersonal communication
LOCAL SPORTS: Homan off to strong start at Scotties Tournament of Hearts
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Host Wolverines win Major Midget tournament title
LOCAL SPORTS 3: Homan returning to Scotties after winning provincial title

ARTSCETERA: Orléans Older Players tackle Sweddish Berries in latest production

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LOCAL NEWS

Orléans Ward Coun. Bob Monette (left) is presented with a birthday cake during the Canada 150 Family Fun Fest in Cardinal Creek today. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 1:30 p.m., Feb. 19)
Myers Orléans unveils first all-electric Chevy Bolt in Ottawa
The next generation of electric cars was unveiled at the Myers Orléans Chevrolet Buick GMC dealership on St. Joseph Blvd. on Friday with the official unveiling of the Chevrolet Bolt.

Orléans newest dining establishment a Portuguese delight
I must admit that I’ve never been to Portugal. In fact, before I visited Restaurante Caravela on Innes Road last week, all I knew about Portuguese cuisine is that it is big on seafood and my knowledge of Portuguese wine began and ended with Mateus. Was I ever in for an education, and a delicious one at that. (Posted Feb. 18)

Just Food Farm receives $248K grant to renovate heritage barn

Crazy weather a major challenge for outdoor rink volunteers

Quebec City mosque attack brings local youth together

The history of the Orléans Star pt. 2; the Brewerton years

ARTCETERA
Orléans Older Players tackle Sweddish Berries in latest production
In a play touted as "not a fake production, but entirely based on alternative facts," the Orléans Young Players recreational adult drama class, also known as OOPS, takes to the Shenkman's Richcraft Theatre stage for two performances on Saturday, Feb. 25. (Posted Feb. 23)

Previous arts stories

LOCAL SPORTS
Homan off to strong start at Scotties Tournament of Hearts
Orléans native Rachel Homan is off to a strong start at the 2017 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in St. Catharines, leading her team to a win over the defending champion Chelsea Carey rink in Saturday's opening draw. (Posted Feb. 13)

Host Wolverines win Major Midget tournament title
The Gloucester Cumberland Basketball Association held its annual Mike O’Connor Memorial Tournament on the weekend and heading into the final day of action on Sunday, no fewer than four Wolverine teams were in contention for a gold medal. (Posted Feb. 13)

Homan returning to Scotties after winning provincial title
Orléans native Rachel Homan is returning to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts after defeating Jacqueline Harrison 7-4 earlier today to win the Ontario Scotties championship in Coburg. (Posted Feb. 5)

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