Volume 15 Week 45

Sunday, Dec.10


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Pot-bellied pigs accidentally shot in case of mistaken identity
LOCAL NEWS 2: Lions' Magical Village enchants young and old alike
LOCAL NEWS 3: Local MP Andrew Leslie marks second year in office
VIEW POINT: Rumours of our demise have been greatly exaggerated
SPEED SKATING: Speed skating duo wins five medals at opening World Cup meet
HS BASKETBALL: Cairine Wilson successfully defends as 'AA' hoops crown
HS SOCCER: St. Peter claims Tier 1 soccer championship on penalty kicks

ARTSCETERA: Jörgen Nutcracker production has distinctive local flavour

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LOCAL NEWS
Mrs. Claus gets set to read the first of three bedtime stories to a group of elves in the Ottawa School of Theatre's Christmas production of "The Mrs. and the Elves". Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7:30 a.m., Dec. 8)
Pot-bellied pigs accidentally shot in case of mistaken identity
Two east-end hunters need to give their heads a good shake and have their eyes checked to make sure they can see right after shooting and killing two harmless pot-bellied pigs.

Lions' Magical Village enchants young and old alike
There’s something about model trains, miniature houses and twinkling lights that captures the imagination of young and old alike. (Posted Dec. 6)

Local MP Andrew Leslie marks second year in office

City unveils draft operating, capital budgets for 2018

Orléans Health Hub still on target for 2020

Local war veteran among those in attendance at Navan Remembrance ceremony

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Speed Skating
Speed skating duo wins five medals at opening World Cup meet
Orléans native Ivanie Blondin and Cumberland's own Vincent de Haître took an important first step in their quest for Olympic qualification on the weekend, combining for five medals at a World Cup meet in rhe Netherlands. (Posted Nov. 13)

HS Basketball
Cairine Wilson successfully defends as 'AA' hoops crown
The Cairine Wilson Wildcats will be moving on to the OFSAA 'AA' provincial girls basketball championships after successfully defending their NCSSAA title last week. (Posted Nov. 10)

HS Soccer
St. Peter claims Tier 1 soccer championship on penalty kicks
The St. Peter Knights are the NCSSAA Tier 1 high school soccer champions after beating the Colonel By Cougars 5-4 on penalty kicks. (Posted Nov. 10)

Previous sports stories

ARTCETERA
Jörgen Nutcracker production has distinctive local flavour
Ballerina Heather Lumsden-Ruegg can empathize with local dancers chosen to perform next week in the Canada’s Ballet Jörgen production of The Nutcracker: A Canadian Tradition. (Posted Dec. 8)

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