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Nelson Kaluza celebrates his goal with one second left in the second period in the Osgoode Rideau Minor Atom Romans’ 4-1 win over Cumberland in Osgoode Sunday.  
Jeff Morris photo
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Remains found near Prince of Wales belong to student who went missing in 1994
Shafiq Visram was “a good kid” whose grades had recently slipped.
See page 2,3

Quiz night winners
The Mill Tavern hosted another successful quiz night fund raiser, with the September event raising funds for BDO-Drive Away Hunger. First place winners were, left to right, Lorne Downey, Julia McNeill, Craig McNeill and Stephen Burns.
Gary Coulombe photo
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Pennies for vets
Proceeds from a silent auction held at Orchard View On The Rideau has been donated to assist homeless vets in the area.  Barbara Calnan, left, an Orchard View resident, spearheaded this initiative. Joyce LeBeau, second from the right, has been raising funds for Homeless Vets since pennies ceased to be minted. Joyce's total prior to the donation was $13,256.35. Her total now sits at $14,256.35 From left to right are Barbara Calnan, Florine Milne, Cathie Moore, Gary White, Joyce LeBeau and Karen Ashton, Activities Director at Orchard View On the Rideau.
Gary Coulombe photo
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In the News

Habitat for Humanity a great experience for OTHS student

Kyra Tessier is a student-athlete at OTHS who likes to give back to her school and the community.
Phill Potter photo
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OSU adds Traian Mateas to Club Technical Staff
Traian Mateas has joined the Ottawa South United coaching staff.
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