Volume 15 Week 45

Wednesday, July 11


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Vandal woodpecker returns to Blackburn Hamlet street
LOCAL NEWS 2: Searing temperature limit Canada Day crowd on Petrie Island
LOCAL NEWS 3: Little Turkish Village set to reopen three months after strip mall fire
VIEW POINT: Under-appreciated plant given elevated status in Navan
LOCAL SPORTS: JV Panthers pull off playoff upset over crosstown rivals
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Struggling JV Panthers suffer back-to-back losses
LOCAL SPORTS 3: East end athletes win six medals at OFSAA track and field championships
ARTSCETERA: O-Town goes Motown at the Shenkman Arts Centre


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LOCAL NEWS
Volunteer Jacob Pollack has a little fun with a super spoaker while sitting on the dunk tank during the Orléans Canada Day celebration on Petrie Island. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 9:30 a.m., July 11)
Vandal woodpecker returns to Blackburn Hamlet street
Peck, peck, peck, Woody or Winnie is back in Blackburn Hamlet. The mischievous woodpecker that wreaked havoc last summer with vehicle mirrors on Beechmont Crescent has been spotted once again.

Searing temperature limit Canada Day crowd on Petrie Island
Sometimes you can’t win for trying. That’s how the organizers of the annual Canada Day celebration on Petrie Island must feel after Mother Nature once again wreaked havoc on their best laid plans. (Posted July 2)

Little Turkish Village set to reopen three months after strip mall fire

Habitat families given keys to new homes

Bob Monette announces retirement, will not seek reelection afterall

City presents Brian Coburn extension options at open house

 

LOCAL SPORTS
JV Panthers pull off playoff upset over crosstown rivals
The Cumberland Panthers Premier JV team is off to the OPFL Eastern Conference Championship after disposing of their crosstown rivals in dramatic fashion on Saturday. (Posted July 9)

Struggling JV Panthers suffer back-to-back losses
After starting the season 3-1, the Cumberland Panthers Junior Varsity football team has fallen on hard times of late, losing their last two games to fall to 3-3 and third place in the Ontario Provincial Football League east division standings.. (Posted June 18)

Previous sports stories

ARTCETERA
O-Town goes Motown at the Shenkman Arts Centre
If you love the sweet soulful sounds of Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight and the Pips, and Marvin Gaye, or the in-your-face soul of Jackie Wilson, James Brown, and Aretha Franklin then the Shenkman Arts Centre was the place to be Thursday night. (Posted March 23)

Zach Stevenson brings Buddy Holly to life on Shenkman Centre stage
Fans of the late Buddy Holly got to rave on to his many hits on Friday, March 16, performed by Vancouver native and award-winning tribute artist Zachary Stevenson who delivered a memorable performance at the Shenkman Arts Centre. (Posted March 16)

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