Volume 9 Week 45

Thursday, May 21


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Navan country store returns to its roots
LOCAL NEWS 2: Have a beach party right in your own backyard
LOCAL NEWS 3: Cairine Wilson students outdo themselves yet again
VIEW POINT: Who will pay for Hydro One customers and how much will they pay
TRACK & FIELD: East end athletes step up their game at city track & field championships
TRACK & FIELD: East end athletes win 14 events on day one of city track & field championships
SR BOYS RUGBY: Lancers win second close game over Gloucester Gators
ARTSCETERA: OYP production of Mary Poppins a worthy tribute to Disney classic


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LOCAL NEWS
Louis-Riel's Jonathan Rioux wins the midget boys 3000 metres by a substantial margin at the National Capital secondary school track and field championships on Wednesday. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7:30 a.m., May 21)
Navan country store returns to its roots
Back in the day, or to be accurate, way back in the day, J.T. Bradley's Country Convenience Store in Navan used to sell animal feed to local farmers from miles around.

Bearbrook Game Meats caters to backyard BBQers and gourmet grillers alike
Turn your summer barbeque from ordinary to extraordinary with exotic burgers, sausages and steaks from Bearbrook Game Meats in Cumberland. (Posted May 15)

Cairine Wilson students outdo themselves yet again

Have a beach party right in your own backyard

Cairine Wilson students outdo themselves yet again

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LOCAL SPORTS
Track & Field
East end athletes step up their game at city track & field championships
Several area athletes went into the first day of the National Capital secondary school track and field championships on Wednesday knowing they needed to step up their game if they wanted to get one step closer to provincials, and most of them succeeded with flying colours. (Posted May 21)

Track & Field
East end athletes win 14 events on day one of city track & field championships
A number of area high school athletes put their best feet forward at the National Capital secondary school track and field championships on Wednesday and in the process earned a ticket to next week's OFSAA East Region qualifying meet in Brockville. (Posted May 21)

Senior Boys Rugby
Lancers win second close game over Gloucester Gators
The Sir Wilfrid Laurier Lancers senior boys rugby team ended their regular season schedule with a second close win over the Gloucester Gators on Tuesday, and in doing so improved their record to a perfect 4-0. (Posted May 20)

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ARTSCETERA
OYP production of Mary Poppins a worthy tribute to Disney classic
The Orleans Young Players Theatre School has pulled out all the stops in staging their annual fundraising showcase this year, bringing back some familiar faces for the production of Mary Poppins. (Posted May 16)

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