Volume 9 Week 45

Monday, Aug. 31


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Province reaches tenative deal with Catholic board teachers
LOCAL NEWS 2: Community Fun Day honours legacy of murdered teen
LOCAL NEWS 3: Maintenance worker killed on Hwy. 174 identified
VIEW POINT: The power of love
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Peewee Panthers down east end rivals for second straight win
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Mosquito Bengals post impressive win over Panthers
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Panther tykes come from behind to win second straight
ARTSCETERA: Murder mystery dinner production a real brain-teaser
FEEDBACK: Anti-bullying program originator/graduate salutes initiative

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LOCAL NEWS
Cumberland Panthers running back Johnathan Charles runs through a would be tackler on his way to sccoring a fouchdown against the Orleans Bengals on Saturday. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 6:30 a.m., Aug. 31)
Province reaches tenative deal with Catholic board teachers
The province has reached a tentative deal with the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association which has lifted their work to rule campaign as a result.

Community Fun Day honours legacy of murdered teen
It's been 13 years since Oladapo Agoro was stabbed to death while trying to break up a fight in a downtown dance club. (Posted Aug. 22)

Maintenance worker killed on Hwy. 174 identified

Ottawa man charged for slew of Orléans-area break-ins

Maintenance worker struck and killed on Hwy. 174

Previous local news stories

 

 

LOCAL SPORTS
NCAFA Football
Peewee Panthers down east end rivals for second straight win
The Cumberland Panthers peewee team got past a tough Orleans Bengals squad on Saturday to post their second straight win of the season. (Posted Aug.30)

NCAFA Football
Mosquito Bengals post impressive win over Panthers
A week after suffering a disappointing opening season loss to the Myers Riders, the Orleans Bengals managed to bounce back in a big way on Saturday, posting an impressive 30-14 win over the Cumberland Panthers. (Posted Aug.30)

NCAFA Football
Panther tykes come from behind to win second straight
The comeback kids from Cumberland have done it again. A week after coming back from a four-point deficit with 72 seconds left againt the North Gloucester Giants, the Cumberland Panthers tyke team rebounded from a 13-point deficit against the Orleans Bengals on Saturday to win by a single point. (Posted Aug. 30)

ARTCETERA
Anti-bullying program originator/graduate salutes initiative
Vintage Stock Theatre's latest murder mystery production will have the audience doing mental cartwheels as they try to figure out whodunit. (Posted Aug. 8)

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