Volume 15 Week 45

Saturday, March 25


 

Posted March 17

Posted Feb. 16

People's Choice
Award winner

Posted Feb. 17

polls

Orléans Ward
Bob Monette

Beacon Hill,
Cyrville Ward
Tim Tierney



 

 


Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: The history of the Orléans Star pt. 4 — Evolution
LOCAL NEWS 2: Chamber launches multiple platform marketing campaign
LOCAL NEWS 3: Four more red light cameras coming to Orléans
VIEW POINT: Looking back at the good old days at the Orléans Star
LOCAL SPORTS: Homan wins historic gold medal at World Curling Championships
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Second annual Bradley Cup set to go this weekend in Navan
LOCAL SPORTS 3: Team Homan advances to World Championship gold medal game

ARTSCETERA: Orléans Older Players tackle Sweddish Berries in latest production

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LOCAL NEWS
Orléans native and Team Canada skip Rachel Homan gives lead Lisa Weagke a giant hug after winning the World Women's Curling Championship in Beijing, China on Sunday. Photo: Céline Stucki/WCF

(Updated 10:30 a.m., March 26)
Second annual Bradley Cup set to go this weekend in Navan
Six east end hockey teams will be lacing up their skates this Saturday to compete for a trophy that dates back to the mid-1920s and raise a few dollars for a good cause.

The history of the Orléans Star pt. 4 — Evolution
This is the last in a four-part series on the history of the Orléans Star from its inception in 1986 to the present day. Part three looked at the years from 1993, when Michael Curran was appointed editor, to 1997 when the paper’s new owner Transcontinental, purchased the Weekly Journal. (Posted March 17)

Chamber launches multiple platform marketing campaign

Four more red light cameras coming to Orléans

Man arrested after stabbing in Fallingbrook home

New owner sticks to successful formula at Little Turkish Village

LOCAL SPORTS
Homan wins historic gold medal at World Curling Championships
After failing to get to the top of the medal podium at three previous World Championship events, Orléans native and Cairine Wilson grad Rachel Homan is a bridesmaid no more, skipping Team Canada to an 8-3 win over Russia in the final of the World Women’s Curling Championships in Biejing, China on Sunday. (Posted March 25)

Team Homan advances to World Championship gold medal game
Orléans native Rachel Homan and her Ottawa foursome will be attempting to become the first women's team to ever win the World Curling Championship with an unbeaten record when she plays for the title on Sunday. (Posted March 24)

Team Homan finishes round robin with perfect 11-0 record
Orléans native Rachel Homan, along with teammates Emma Miskew, Joanne Courtney and Lisa Weagle, became only the third foursome to finish the round robin portion of the World Women's Curling Championships with a perfect record after they swept past Italy and Denmark on Thursday. (Posted March 23)

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ARTCETERA
St. Peter HS production of animated Disney classic a real beauty
When it comes to high school musical theatre, the St. Peter High School musical theatre program is the gold standard. Further proof of this was their production of Beauty and the Beast which recently wrapped up a four-night run at the Shenkman Arts Centre. (Posted March 10)

Orléans Older Players tackle Sweddish Berries in latest production
In a play touted as "not a fake production, but entirely based on alternative facts," the Orléans Young Players recreational adult drama class, also known as OOPS, takes to the Shenkman's Richcraft Theatre stage for two performances on Saturday, Feb. 22. (Posted Feb. 23)

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