Volume 15 Week 45

Tuesday, May 30


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: When it comes to visiting Cuba, donít believe everything you read
LOCAL NEWS 2: Sens playoff run a boom for local bars, restaurants
LOCAL NEWS 3: Flood victims left to repair water damaged homes
VIEW POINT: The more you travel the smaller the world becomes
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Struggling Panther defence fails to stop Burlington Stampeders
TRACK & FIELD: Bevy of east end athletes qualify for OFSAA track and field championships
HS RUGBY: St. Peter wins high school rugby championship in dramatic fashion

ARTSCETERA: Orléans Young Players to bring Kipling’s Jungle Book to life

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LOCAL NEWS
The Cumberland Panthers' Kevin Victome hurdles over two Burlington Stampeder defenders during their junior varsity game on Saturday. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 5 a.m., May 30)
When it comes to visiting Cuba, donít believe everything you read
Let me first start this article by saying that anyone who thinks the food in Cuba is horrible has obviously never left the confines of their all-inclusive resort.

Sens playoff run a boom for local bars, restaurants
It’s a great time of year to be an Ottawa Senators fan. Underdogs heading into the playoffs, the Sen have managed to amass series victories over the Boston Bruins and the New York Rangers, before taking on the defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins in the East Conference final. (Posted May 22)

Flood victims left to repair water damaged homes

Cairine Wilson alum living life large as sports talk radio host

Cairine Wilson students raise $90,000 for Canadian Cancer Society

LOCAL SPORTS
Varsitty football
Struggling Panther defence fails to stop Burlington Stampeders
It's a good thing the Ontario Provincial Football League season is eight weeks long because it could take that long for the Cumberland Panthers junior varsity team to whip themselves into shape after losing their first two games of the season. (Posted May 29)

Bevy of east end athletes qualify for OFSAA track and field championships
The east end will be well represented at the upcoming OFSAA provincial high school track and field championships in Belleville with no fewer than 24 athletes from eight different schools expected to make the trip after qualifying at the East Region meet in Ottawa this week. (Posted May 27)

St. Peter wins high school rugby championship in dramatic fashion
The St. Peter Knights senior boys rugby team ended a three year drought on Wednesday, downing their namesakes from Nepean High School to win the NCSSAA 'AAA' championship. (Posted May 24)

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ARTCETERA
Orléans Young Players to bring Kipling’s Jungle Book to life
More than 80 cast and crew from the Orléans Young Players Theatre School will soon bring Rudyard Kipling’s classic stories from The Jungle Book to life through words, song and dance on stage at the Shenkman Art Centre. (Posted May 26)

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