Volume 9 Week 45

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Next phase of LRT construction to impact OC Transpo riders, motorists alike
LOCAL NEWS 2: LRT extension to Trim Road could cost an additional $160M
LOCAL NEWS 3: Community leader receives Mayor's City Builder Award
VIEW POINT: Mindboggling
LOCAL SPORTS: NCAFA wraps up touch football season with final playoff games
LOCAL SPORTS 2: U13 girls win Cobras Snakebite Tournament in penalty shootout
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Panthers sweep weekend series with Oshawa Hawkeyes
ARTSCETERA: Local playwrite reprises avian production for Fringe Festival


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LOCAL NEWS
Mike Kosowan plays the co-lead in John Cook's production of 'Crackers' at this year's Fringe Festival. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 9:30 a.m., June 28)
Next phase of LRT construction to impact OC Transpo riders, motorists alike
Now that the widening of the eastern portion of the Queensway is completed, the second phase of the LRT construction can now begin along with a new round of frustration for OC Transpo riders and motorists.

LRT extension to Trim Road could cost an additional $160M
Proponents of extending the second phase of Ottawa's light rail system to Trim Road are hoping common sense will win out over frugality after the release of a staff report showing that it will cost an extra $160 million. (Posted June 24)

Community leader receives Mayor's City Builder Award

Navan marks 75th anniversary of OPP officer's tragic death

Local youngster living with Type-1 Diabetes, truly an inspiration

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LOCAL SPORTS
NCAFA wraps up touch football season with final playoff games
The National Capital Amateur Football Association's touch football season came to a close ,ast Sunday, as champions were declared at four different levels in four separate divisions. (Posted June 26)

U13 girls win Cobras Snakebite Tournament in penalty shootout
The Cumberland Cobras U13 girls Academy team won their first real test of the season on Sunday, defeating a U14 squad from Pierrefonds to claim the U13/U14 Tier 1 title at the CUSC Snakebite Tournament. (Posted June 22)

Varsity Football
Panthers sweep weekend series with Oshawa Hawkeyes
The Cumberland Panthers added to their impressive home record on the weekend, winning all three of their games against the visiting Oshawa Hawkeyes. (Posted June 14)

ARTCETERA
Local playwrite reprises avian production for Fringe Festival
This year's Fringe Festival received over 70 submissions from local playwrites and theatre companies this year to fill just 22 spots in its program. Among them, was Orléans' playwrite John Cook's production of "Crackers". (Posted June 27)

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