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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Area home-based craft brewers produce award-winning beer
LOCAL NEWS 2: Galipeau to seek fourth mandate as the local member of parliament
COMMENTARY: Miracle League of Ottawa gets $271K boost from Jays Care Foundation
VIEW POINT: One rewarding step at a time
HS FOOTBALL: Knights improve to 6-0, set sights on city championship
CCHL HOCKEY: Disciplined Rangers team hands Carleton Place third loss of the season
CCHL HOCKEY: Rangers remain in the think of things despite pair of recent losses
ARTSCETERA: Organization uses laughs to raise money for a very serious cause

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LOCAL NEWS
St. Peter Knight punt return Shubham Nayyar gives a Sir Wil defender the slip as he returns the ball upfield during third quarter action on Wednesday. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7:30 a.m., Oct. 30)
Area home-based craft brewers produce award-winning beer
In the brotherhood of home-based craft brewers, a group of local braumeisters are quickly gaining a reputation for brewing some of the best beer in Canada, and they have the hardware to prove it.

Galipeau to seek fourth mandate as the local member of parliament
Ottawa-Orléans incumbent MP Royal Galipeau has been acclaimed to represent the Conservative Party of Canada in the next federal election. (Posted Sept. 3)

Miracle League of Ottawa gets $271K boost from Jays Care Foundation

Commentary: King Edward truck tunnel study proof good ideas never grow old

A year later Michael Morlang's killer still at large

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LOCAL SPORTS
High School Football
Knights improve to 6-0, set sights on city championship
The St. Peter Knights ended the regular season with another win on Wednesday, but they'll need to win two more games if they hope to be crowned city champs. (Posted Oct. 30)

CCHL Hockey
Disciplined Rangers team hands Carleton Place third loss of the season
The Gloucester Rangers played one of their best games of the season on Sunday, and in doing so handed the league-leading Carleton Place Canadians only their third loss. (Posted Sept. 23)

CCHL Hockey
Rangers remain in the think of things despite pair of recent losses
The Gloucester Rangers remain within striking distance of second place in the Yzerman Division despite a pair of recent losses which have dropped them below .500. (Posted Sept. 23)

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ARTSCETERA
Organization uses laughs to raise money for a very serious cause
Do More Canada held their third annual Do More Comedy Night on Friday and in doing so raised a couple of thousand dollars for an extremely worthy cause that is nothing to laugh about. (Posted Aug. 25)

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