Volume 15 Week 45

Tuesday, Oct. 23


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Luloff emerges from crowded field to capture Orléans Ward 1
LOCAL NEWS 2: Time to make up your mind as municipal election enters homestretch
LOCAL NEWS 3: Cumberland incumbent facing pair of challengers
VIEW POINT: Two hit-and-runs in two weeks has scribe on the war path
HS FOOTBALL: Knights manage to beat Tigers in mistake-filled contest
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Difficult X-country course fails to deter local high-schoolers
LOCAL SPORTS 3: Peewee Panthers post dominating win over rival Myers Riders
ARTSCETERA: Shenkman ‘Summer Afternoons of Music’ series wraps up


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LOCAL NEWS
Councillor-elect Matthew Luloff is all smiles as he arrives for his victory party on Tenth Line Road after being declared the winner in Orléans Ward 1 on Monday night. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 8:30 a.m., Oct. 22)
Luloff emerges from crowded field to capture Orléans Ward 1
The residents of Orléans Ward 1 have a new city councillor and his name is Matthew Luloff.

Dudas proves second time’s the charm in winning Innes Ward race
It’s been four long years since Laura Dudas finished a heart-breaking second to outgoing Innes Ward councillor Jody Mitic in the 2014 municipal election. (Posted Oct. 23)

Cumberland incumbent facing pair of challengers

Second Innes Ward ward candidate hopes second time’s the charm

Former Rainer Bloess assistant vies for Innes Ward seat

 

LOCAL SPORTS
HS Football
Knights manage to beat Tigers in mistake-filled contest
Pardon my misuse of a tired old cliché but if Thursday’s highly anticipated high school football game between the St. Peter Knights and the St. Matthew Tigers was a horse, they would have shot it midway through the third quarter. (Posted Oct. 19)

Difficult X-country course fails to deter local high-schoolers
As if high winds and muddy conditions weren`t enough to deal with at the East Conference high school cross-country championships on Wednesday, the competitors also had to cope with three sets of hay bales, each one nearly four feet high. (Posted Oct. 18)

NCAFA Minor Football
Peewee Panthers post dominating win over rival Myers Riders
It was a game that had been circled on the minor football calendar since the opening week of the season. NCAFA peewee rivals the Cumberland Panthers and the Myers Riders were co-favourites to finish the season in first place. (Posted Oct. 16)

Previous sports stories

ARTCETERA
Shenkman ‘Summer Afternoons of Music’ series wraps up
The Shenkman “Summer Afternoons of Music” series wrapped up on Sunday with a trio of performances by three of the city’s most gifted young pianists including a pair of pianists from Orléans. (Posted Aug. 31)

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