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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Miracle League of Ottawa gets $271K boost from Jays Care Foundation
LOCAL NEWS 2: A year later, Michael Morlang's killer is still at large
COMMENTARY: King Edward truck tunnel study proof good ideas never grow old
VIEW POINT: One rewarding step at a time
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Impressive first half lifts peewee Bengals over Myers Riders
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Mosquito Panthers role to another impressive win, improve record to 2-0
ERSL SOCCER: Gloucester Hornets clinch three ERSL league titles and counting
ARTSCETERA: Latest murder mystery dinner production a tribute to the cast iron frying pan

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LOCAL NEWS
Cumberland Panthers running back Fabrice Mukendi puts his head down as he picks up yardage aganst the Cornwall Wildcats on Saturday. The Panthers won the game 48-0. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7:30 a.m., Sept. 2)
Miracle League of Ottawa gets $271K boost from Jays Care Foundation
The Miracle League of Ottawa may have missed out on the $100,000 first prize in the TSN Kraft Celebration Tour, but they are more than happy with the consolation prize they received on Thursday in the form of a $210,000 donation from the Jays Care Foundation.

Commentary: King Edward truck tunnel study proof good ideas never grow old
Well, the powers that be are finally going to take a serious look at building a tunnel under King Edward Avenue to get rid of the trucks downtown. Hallelujah. (Posted Aug. 27)

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

Navan Fair blessed with perfect weather, large crowds

Navan Fair blessed with perfect weather, large crowds

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LOCAL SPORTS
Impressive first half lifts peewee Bengals over Myers Riders
After seeing their younger clubmates post back-to-back wins over the Myers Riders earlier on Monday, the Orleans Bengals peewee team was chomping at the bit to get their shot at the perennial west end powerhouse. (Posted Sept. 1)

Mosquito Panthers role to another impressive win, improve to 2-0
Rule number one when covering the Cumberland Panthers mosquito football team -- don't show up late -- because if you do, you're liable to miss a touchown or two. (Posted Aug. 31)

Hornets U16 boys regional team miss opportunity to clinch ERSL title
As little as three weeks ago, the Gloucester Hornets U16 regional boys team looked to be a lock to win their first Eastern Region Soccer League championship. (Posted Aug. 30)

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ARTSCETERA
Latest murder mystery dinner production a tribute to the cast iron frying pan
In the hands of the wrong person, a cast iron frying pan can be a dangerous thing, and I'm not talking about burning the scrambled eggs here. I'm talking about the most heinous crime of all, murder, and how the cooking implement that was standard issue for every prospector and fortune -seeker heading to the Klondike could just as easily be used to kill someone as it could for cooking a rash of bacon. (Posted Aug. 20)

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