Volume 15 Week 45

Friday, Feb. 12


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Maverick entrepreneur left his mark on the community
LOCAL NEWS 2: Orléans accused to stand trial for 2007 triple murder
LOCAL NEWS 3: Popular Jamaican eatery undergoes transformation
VIEW POINT: Cosby and Ghomeshi are two sides of the same coin
SPEED SKATING: Weidemann finishes an impressive 5th at WSDC
SPEED SKATING Isabelle Weidemann cracks top 10 at World Championships
LOCAL SPORTS: Former Sir Wil Lancer signs free agent deal with Redblacks
ARTSCETERA: St. Peter production of 'Annie' hits all the right notes


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LOCAL NEWS
Gabrielle Banville plays the lead role in the St. Peter Players production of 'Annie' on this week at the Shenkman Arts Centre . Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 4:30 p.m., Feb. 12)
Maverick entrepreneur left his mark on the community
Self-made man, one of a kind, maverick entrpreneur, devoted family man -- all would describe Walter Henn, who passed away last Friday at the age of 76.

Orléans accused to stand trial for 2007 triple murder
Former Orléans resident Ian Bush will stand trial for the 2007 slayings of retired Ottawa federal tax court judge Alban Garon, his wife Raymonde Garon, and their neighbour Marie-Claire Beniskos. (Posted Feb. 12)

City hires former deputy manager to replace Kent Kirkpatrick

Popular Jamaican eatery undergoes transformation

Orléans bard pens western-themed novel

Couple in their 60s recovering after early morning rollover on 174

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ARTCETERA
St. Peter production of 'Annie' hits all the right notes
When it comes to producing high school musicals, the St. Peter Musical Theatre Class and director/instructor Bernard Leger have set the gold standard, coming through year after year with some of the most professionally staged musical productions anywhere. (Posted Feb. 12)

Previous arts stories

LOCAL SPORTS
Speed Skating
Weidemann finishes an impressive 5th at WSDC
Orléans native and Gloucester Concordes member Isabelle Weidemann has cracked the top 10 skating in her first ever World Single Distance Speed Skating Championship. (Posted Feb. 12)

Speed Skating
Isabelle Weidemann cracks top 10 at World Championships
Orléans native and Gloucester Concordes member Isabelle Weidemann has cracked the top 10 skating in her first ever World Single Distance Speed Skating Championship. (Posted Feb. 12)

Former Sir Wil Lancer signs free agent deal with Redblacks
Former Sir Wilfrid Laurier Lancer and Cumberland Panther, Brendan Gillanders, is coming home. (Posted Feb. 10)

Mike O'Connor Tournament
U12 Wolverines win Major Atom AAA bronze on a shot and a prayer
The Gloucester-Cumberland Wolverines U12 AAA girls team went into the GCBA Mike O'Connor Tournament on the weekend hoping to compete for a gold medal, instead the very nearly left empty-handed. (Posted Feb. 8)

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