Volume 15 Week 45

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Suspected arsonist(s) torching cars east of Tenth Line Road
LOCAL NEWS 2: Orléans Ribfest set to go this weekend
LOCAL NEWS 3: Fundraiser for Cumberland flood victims a huge success
VIEW POINT: Hurricanes Harvey, Irma further proof climate change is real
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Orleans Bengals get the better of east end rivals
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Cumberland tykes beat Kanata Knights in seesaw battle
LOCAL SPORTS: Local blind-deaf athlete keeps up busy summer schedule

ARTSCETERA: Double Trouble Elvis tribute pure magic

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LOCAL NEWS
Marc Plante, Gen Benay and Justin MacNeill celebrate the opening of their micro-brewery and retail store on Lacolle Way in the Taylor Creek Business Park on Saturday. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7:30 a.m., Sept. 20)
Suspected arsonist(s) torching cars east of Tenth Line Road
Police are warning residents living east of Tenth Line Road to be on the lookouf for a suspected arsonist, or arsonists, responsible for a series of six car fires in the area.

Orléans Ribfest set to go this weekend
Still facing an uncertain future and astronomical repair expenses six months after their homes were damaged by the rising water, victims of last spring’s flood received some much needed support on Sunday in the form of a hugely successful fundraising event. (Posted Sept. 15)

Fundraiser for Cumberland flood victims a huge success

Flood baby gets special visit from Premier Wynne

Commentary: Pop-up Overdose Prevention initiative sadly needed

OutCare Golf Classic raises $55K for palliative care

 

LOCAL SPORTS
NCAFA Minor Football
Orleans Bengals get the better of east end rivals
For years the Orleans Bengals have played second fiddle to the Cumberland Panthers. It’s been a very long time since the Bengals had the type of success they enjoyed against their east end rivals on Saturday, beginning with their mosquito team which narrowly beat their Cumberland counterparts in a game that ended in controversy. (Posted Sept. 132)

NCAFA Minor Football
Cumberland tykes beat Kanata Knights in seesaw battle
The Cumberland Panthers and the Kanata Knights tyke teams put on a tremendous offensive display at Millennium Park on Sunday, exchanging touchdowns throughout most of the game. (Posted Sept. 13)

Local blind-deaf athlete keeps up busy summer schedule
No matter the season, there’s no stopping Kevin Frost in his pursuit of sporting excellence. The deaf-blind athlete from Orléans still competes in tandem bike racing during the summer, but the warm weather gives this incredible athlete the opportunity to compete on the golf course. (Posted Aug. 18)

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ARTCETERA
'Double Trouble' Elvis tribute pure magic
Let me first say that I've never been to an Elvis tribute concert. And though I am a fan of some of his music, I am not a mega-fan like my old friend Earl McRae, who had the privilege of playing squash with the King back in the day, used to be. (Posted Aug. 31)

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