Volume 15 Week 45

Tuesday, Jan. 21


 

Posted Jan. 10

Posted Jan. 9

People's Choice
Award winner

Posted Jan. 7

polls

Orléans Ward
Matt Luloff

Beacon Hill,
Cyrville Ward
Tim Tierney



 

 



Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: 2018 was a year of change and new faces
LOCAL NEWS 2: Celebrating one of the last traditional British pubs in Orléans
LOCAL NEWS 3: Orléans pair devoted to Christmas illumination
VIEW POINT: Presenting the 26th annual Fredzee Awards
LOCAL SPORTS: Major Peewee Rangers capture Bell Capital Cup
LOCAL SPORTS: Wrastlin’ makes triumphant return to Navan Memorial Arena
HS B-BALL: Knights fail to rebound after slow start against St. Pat's
ARTSCETERA: Stripped down Shrek production a musical theatre master class


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LOCAL NEWS
The St. Peter High School production of Shrek the Musical stars Sydney Maloney as Fiona and Jason Kokkovas in the lead role as Shrek. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 8:30 a.m., Jan. 19)
2018 was a year of change and new faces
If 2018 could be summed up in one word it would be “change”. In the year that was, we saw the Progressive Conservatives come to power under their newly elected leader Doug Ford after spending the last 13 years in opposition. The Liberals, meanwhile, were reduced to third party status.

Celebrating one of the last traditional British pubs in Orléans
In an age when life seems to be speed-ing up at an ever-increasing pace, it’s nice to be able to step out of the fast lane and into a place where everything slows down and you can seek comfort and refuge as well as a perfectly poured pint of ale and the best fish and chips in town. For me, that place is the Royal Oak on St. Joseph Boulevard. (Posted Jan. 9)

Orléans pair devoted to Christmas illumination

Local gym owner survives harrowing experience on NY mountain

City council sets three per cent tax increase target

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Bell Capital Cup
Major Peewee Rangers capture Bell Capital Cup
The Gloucester Rangers Major Peewee AA team are Bell Capital Cup champions after beating the Ottawa Valley Silver Seven in the tournament final on Dec. 30. (Posted Jan. 1)

Wrastlin’ makes triumphant return to Navan Memorial Arena
A year after staging its first professional wrestling card, the Orléans Wrestling Alliance, or OWA, returned to the Navan Memorial Arena on Sunday to crown its inaugural heavyweight champion. (Posted Dec. 20)

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ARTCETERA
Stripped down Shrek production a musical theatre master class
One of the local theatre highlights of the year has always been the St. Peter High School musical theatre production, which in the past have included such memorable performances as Shrek the Musical in 2014, Tarzan the Musical in 2015 and last year's Sister Act. (Posted Jan. 12)

Vintage Stock production a nostalgic look at the homefront during WWII
You have to hand it to the folks at Vintage Stock Theatre for staging a play that is both nostalgic and tremendously entertaining at the same time. (Posted Dec. 12)

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