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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Throat slash victim Michael Wassill died over $100, court hears
LOCAL NEWS 2: Remains found in Orléans group home fire identified as teenage girl
LOCAL NEWS 3: Women’s retreat seeks to rejuvenate, with a philanthropic twist
VIEW POINT: Wassill murder trial: Accused killer’s defence tough to swallow
LOCAL SPORTS: Kevin Frost adds two more medals to his collection
LOCAL SPORTS 2: Gloucester Rangers win four Hockey East Ontario playoff banners
LOCAL SPORTS 3: Minor hockey season wraps up with House League championships

ARTSCETERA: Orléans Older Players tackle Sweddish Berries in latest production

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LOCAL NEWS
Michael Wassill was 20 years old when he was killed while trying to protect a female friend from the man responsible for his death. FACEBOOK Photo

(Updated 1:30 p.m., April 25)
Throat slash victim Michael Wassill died over $100, court hears
Queenswood Heights resident Michael Wassill died while trying to protect a female friend from a self-styled pimp who needed $100 to pay his rent. That is the takeaway from Carson Morin’s fourth day of testimony at the Provincial Courthouse on Elgin Street.

Remains found in Orléans group home fire identified as teenage girl
The body found in the aftermath of a residential house fire on Old Montreal Road on Friday have been identified as those of a teenage girl. (Posted April 22)

Women’s retreat seeks to rejuvenate, with a philanthropic twist

Popular Orléans coffee shop a latte above the crowd

Fallingbrook Park named as site of Canada 150 Maple Grove

Honouring Navan and Cumberland's Vimy Ridge vets

LOCAL SPORTS
Kevin Frost adds two more medals to his collection
Kevin Frost is at it again. The blind-deaf athlete continues to fight through his disability by perfecting his skills in different sports throughout the year. (Posted April 28)

HEO Minor Hockey
Gloucester Rangers win four Hockey East Ontario playoff banners
The Gloucester Rangers Minor Hockey Association have four more banners to hang from the rafters after four GMHA teams won their respective playoff championship finals to wrap up their season. (Posted April 12)

Minor Hockey
Minor hockey season wraps up with House League championships
When the Cumberland Dukes Atom A hockey team started the season, their coach, Kirk Als, handed them each a link to a chain and told them that if they joined their links together they would form an unbreakable bond that would last the entire season. (Posted April 11)

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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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