Volume 12 Week 5

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Motorcyclist killed in collision near Bathgate and Montreal Road
LOCAL NEWS 2: Symbol of Orléans' agriculture past to become focal point of new park
LOCAL NEWS 3: Sir Wil grad earns near perfect marks, board award for highest average
VIEW POINT: Bradley Estates group pushing for Brian Coburn Boulevard extension
MINOR FOOTBALL: Panthers overcome early mistakes to rout Toronto in OVFL playoff opener
MINOR FOOTBALL: Varsity Panthers head into playoffs riding 8-game winning streak
ERSL SOCCER: Hornets U14 regional team tops Premier Division clubmates in ERSL Cup match
ARTSCETERA: Local artist a success story in the making for over 30 years

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LOCAL NEWS
Cumberland Panther running back AK Ismail picks up some hard-earned yardage in the team's 54-6 win over the Toronto Thunder on Saturday. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7 a.m., Aug. 1)
Motorcyclist killed in collision near Bathgate and Montreal Road
A motorcyslist in his 40s is dead after his vehicle collided with a car on Bathgate Drive near Montreal Road at around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Symbol of Orléans' agriculture past to become focal point of new park
Most people drive by 3227 St-Joseph Blvd. without even knowing that behind the nondescript bungalow is one of the last symbols of Orléans' agriculture past. (Posted July 20)

Sir Wil grad earns near perfect marks, board award for highest average

Miracle League project up for $100K Kraft Celebration grand prize

Bradley Estates group pushing for Brian Coburn Boulevard extension

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LOCAL SPORTS
Panthers overcome early mistakes to rout Toronto in OVFL playoff opener
For the first five minutes of the Ontario Varsity Football League bantam conference semi-final between the Cumberland Panthers and the Toronto Thunder, it looked as though the Panthers would be their own worst enemy. (Posted July 28)

Junior Varsity Panthers head into playoffs riding 8-game winning streak
The Cumberland Panthers junior varsity football team won their eighth straight game on Saturday, but it is win number 11 they have their sights set on as they prepare for the start of the playoffs with aspirations of winning the club's first ever OVFL championship. (Posted July 21)

Hornets U14 regional team tops Premier Division clubmates in ERSL Cup match
The Gloucester Hornets U14 regional girls team will advance to the third round of the ERSL Cup later this month thanks to a 4-0 win over their Premier Division clubmates on Wednesday. (Posted July 17)

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ARTSCETERA
Local artist a success story in the making for over 30 years
Orléans artist Patrick Fraser can still remember the moment that would change his life forever. He was 16 and was immersed in the hip hop culture that had just come out of New York City and was spreading across North America like wild fire. (Posted July 13)

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