Volume 15 Week 45

Wednesday, July 26


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Orléans law firm a proud sponsor of Outcare Golf Classic
LOCAL NEWS 2: Early morning fire damages three boats at Petrie Island marina
LOCAL NEWS 3: Classic car enthusiasts gather at Cumberland Heritage Village Museum
VIEW POINT: Something needs to be done to address mental health crisis
VARSITY FOOTBALL: JV Panthers end regular season on a high note
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Injured Gervais leads Panthers to win over Sooners
LOCAL SPORTS: Cumberland Cobras fare well in Snakebite Tournament

ARTSCETERA: Rag & Bones offering unique summer camp experience

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LOCAL NEWS
A crane lifts the burned out hull of a boat out of the water at the Oziles Marina on Petrie Island on the weekend. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7 a.m., July 26)
Orléans law firm a proud sponsor of Outcare Golf Classic
The Orléans law firm of Grandmaitre, Virgo, Evans has a long history of support ing local organizations and projects.

Early morning fire damages three boats at Petrie Island marina
An early morning fire at the Oziles' Marina and Tackle Shop at Petrie Island on Thursday has left three boats moored at one of the marina's docks totally destroyed. (Posted July 20)

Classic car enthusiasts gather at Cumberland Heritage Village Museum

OCCO Kitchen raises the culinary bar in the east end

Innovative program allows seniors to get out and about

Wayward moose rescued from backyard in Convent Glen

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Varsity Football
JV Panthers end regular season on a high note
At the beginning of this Ontario Provincial Football League season, Cumberland Panthers Junior Varsity head coach, Jeff Koradi wanted two things from his players, be prepared to work hard in practice and compete in every single game. (Posted July 17)

Varsity Football
Injured Gervais leads Panthers to win over Sooners
It had all the makings of a classic. Two local junior varsity football teams with identical 3-3 records attempting to solidify a playoff spot in this years’ Ontario Provincial Football League (OPFL) post season. (Posted July 5)

Minor Soccer
Cumberland Cobras fare well in Snakebite Tournament
The Cumberland Cobras put on an impressive performance at the soccer club’s annual Snakebite Tournament at Millennium Park on June 23-25, both on and off the field. (Posted June 29)

Previous sports stories

ARTCETERA
Rag & Bones offering unique summer camp experience
The vision of the Shenkman Arts Centre as a place “where the arts will thrive” is abundantly clear with the benefits it has brought to the Orléans-based Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre. (Posted June 22)

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