Volume 15 Week 45

Monday, July 25


 

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Today's headlines

COMMENTARY: The good news and bad news about your 2016 MPAC assessment
LOCAL NEWS 2: Bearbrook Game Meats caters to backyard BBQers and gourmet grillers alike
LOCAL NEWS 3: Carslbad Springs bracing for Hells Angels gathering this weekend
VIEW POINT: Father, son dup comes to the rescue of yours truly
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Bantam Panthers dominant in conference semifinal win over Durham Dolphins
TRACK & FIELD: Orléans native named to Canadian Olympic teamL
TRACK & FIELD; ocal high school hurdler earns berth on World Junior team
ARTSCETERA: OOPS production an homage to the golden age of television


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LOCAL NEWS
The Cumberland Panthers bantam varsity team has advanced to the Ontario Varsity Football League conference finals. Photo courtesy of Lynn Guilbeault

(Updated 2:30 p.m., July 25)
The good news and bad news about your 2016 MPAC assessment
There's been a lot of misinformation and confusion out there about the latest round of property reassessment and the impact it has on local property taxes.

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 July 23)

Carslbad Springs bracing for Hells Angels gathering this weekend

Motorcyclist, passenger die in multi-vehicle accident on Montreal Rd.

Commentary: In celebration of being Canadian

2nd accident on Viseneau in less than 6 weeks sends man to hospital

 

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Varsity Football
Bantam Panthers dominant in conference semifinal win over Durham Dolphins
The Cumberland Panthers bantam varsity football team is one win away from a return trip to the OVFL championship game after downing the Durham Dolphins in dominating fashion in Saturday's Wettges Conference semi-final contest at Millennium Park. (Posted July 24)

Track & Field
Orléans native named to Canadian Olympic team
Orléans native Oluwasegun Makinde will be heading to his second Olympic games in Rio next month after being selected by Athletics Canada as a member of the 4x100 metre relay team. (Posted July 16)

Track & Field
Local high school hurdler earns berth on World Junior team
Orléans high schooler Keira Christie-Galloway is heading to the World Junior Championships in Poland next month after finishing second in the junior women's 100-metre hurdles at the Canadian Track and Field Championships in Edmonton on Sunday. (Posted July 11)

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ARTCETERA
OOPS production an homage to the golden age of television
The Orleans Older Players play homage to the golden age of television in their latest production “My Mother the... OOPS” based on the 60’s sitcom “My Mother the Car”. (Posted June 25)

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