Volume 15 Week 45

Thursday, April 26


 

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Bob Monette

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Local runner conquers the elements to complete Boston Marathon
LOCAL NEWS 2: Stage is set for provincial race in Glengarry-Prescott-Russell
LOCAL NEWS 3: Newly formed task force to go after federal government jobs
VIEW POINT: Canadians are from planet Earth, Americans are from outer space
LOCAL SPORTS: Gloucester Hockey Association wraps up House League season
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Bradley Cup hockey tournament raises over $15K for charity
LOCAL SPORTS 3: Former Jr. Grad signs Division 1 scholarship with RIT
ARTSCETERA: O-Town goes Motown at the Shenkman Arts Centre


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LOCAL NEWS
Orléans native Vanessa De Hoog took part in this year's Boston Marathon and managed to finish the race under the worst weather conditions in recent memory. FACEBOOK PHOTO

(Updated 7:30 a.m., April 26)
Local runner conquers the elements to complete Boston Marathon
The Boston Marathon is widely regarded in the running world as one of the most grueling marathons in the world largely because of the course, which is extremely hilly.

Stage is set for provincial race in Glengarry-Prescott-Russell
All eyes will be on Glengarry-Prescott-Russell this spring as the Progressive Conservatives try to wrestle the riding from the ruling Liberals. (Posted April 25)

Newly formed task force to go after federal government jobs

Doug Ford pays pre-election visit to Orléans eatery

Queenswood Heights pioneer will be deeply missed

Fire closes St. Joseph strip mall indefinitely

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Gloucester Hockey Association wraps up House League season
The Navan Memorial Arena was a beehive of activity on Saturday, March 24 as six senior menís hockey teams from Cumberland, Vars, Sarsfield, Hammond, Orléans and Navan competed in the third annual Bradley Cup hockey tournament while raising over $15,000 for charity. (Posted April 10)

Bradley Cup hockey tournament raises over $15K for charity
The Navan Memorial Arena was a beehive of activity on Saturday, March 24 as six senior menís hockey teams from Cumberland, Vars, Sarsfield, Hammond, Orléans and Navan competed in the third annual Bradley Cup hockey tournament while raising over $15,000 for charity. (Posted March 29)

Previous sports stories

ARTCETERA
O-Town goes Motown at the Shenkman Arts Centre
If you love the sweet soulful sounds of Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight and the Pips, and Marvin Gaye, or the in-your-face soul of Jackie Wilson, James Brown, and Aretha Franklin then the Shenkman Arts Centre was the place to be Thursday night. (Posted March 23)

Zach Stevenson brings Buddy Holly to life on Shenkman Centre stage
Fans of the late Buddy Holly got to rave on to his many hits on Friday, March 16, performed by Vancouver native and award-winning tribute artist Zachary Stevenson who delivered a memorable performance at the Shenkman Arts Centre. (Posted March 16)

St. Peter production of Sister Act hits all the right notes
During my 30-year career as a local journalist in Orlťans, Iíve had the good fortune to attend a number of high school theatre productions that I might not otherwise have attended. (Posted March 15)

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