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Bujold chasing Olympic berth in China
Kitchener’s Mandy Bujold is in China for the next two weeks, competing for a spot at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England.
Vargas leaving Western University
Kitchener native Tyler Varga is leaving Western University after one season with the Mustangs football program.

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Thursday, April, 10, 2014 - 5:05:53 AM
Making K’nexions "[...] March 27 – Kitchener: Making K’nexions [...]"
Comment by NEM Newsroom | National Engineering Month Ontario
Sunday, April, 06, 2014 - 8:08:53 PM
Travelling the same old road "Explain to me again why we couldn't just widen the existing highway 7? Make it 5 lanes, with safe access to the greenhouse businesses, and a new entrance by way of Wellington St and Bingeman Centre Rd. Then a new hwy wouldn't be needed for a genera"
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Sunday, April, 06, 2014 - 1:01:22 PM
Big Music Fest creates council division "[...] I saw some of it first hand via Rogers TV and read about it in this morning’s Waterloo Region Record and on CBC’s local station. And this week’s Kitchener Post. [...]"
Comment by Why all the fuss at City Council about Big Music Fest? | James Howe
Rangers sign Schmalz to OHL contract
Matt Schmalz is one step closer to donning a Kitchener Rangers jersey next season.
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Gerber making the grade
Matt Gerber has got it going on. But with a promising golf career, a steady volunteer schedule and a strong academic resumé, scheduling everything in can be a bit hectic for the Kitchener native.
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Renegades enjoying youthful rejuvenation
As one of the few veterans left from Grand River’s run toward an OFSAA medal, Laura Scholtz was nervous.
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Lekkas gets lift from competing
Jimmy Lekkas wanted to buff up his B Boy stance. So one day, the 17-year-old St. Mary’s High School student decided to pick up some weights.
Panthers open IBL season next week
The Kitchener Panthers start their Intercounty Baseball League season on May 13 when the Ottawa Fat Cats visit town on Mother’s Day.
Devereaux back for ball hockey tourney
Former Kitchener Ranger Boyd Devereaux will again be in attendance on May 12 at the seventh annual Atlas-Apex Hot Shots Street Hockey Tournament for the Family and Children Services Foundation.
Kitchener teams at OFSAA badminton
Kitchener will have a pair of representatives at the OFSAA badminton championships this week in Stratford.
Rangers captain inks pro deal in Germany
Michael Catenacci is going pro.
Gibson named Rangers playoff MVP
The Kitchener Rangers had a few good candidates to choose from, but John Gibson is the Charles Chalkin Memorial Trophy winner as the team’s playoff MVP.
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Longetivity a team effort
Longtime Cameron Heights football coach Ron Bell was honoured amongst his peers on Thursday night.
Maple Leaf tour making stops in K-W
The Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour opens next week and will including four stops in the Tri City area, including the tour-opening tournament May 5 and 6 at Rebel Creek Golf Club in Petersburg.
National team spots for Jagas, MacDonald
Waterloo Region Matmen Wrestling Club athletes came home with 16 medals last week at the national championships in Fredericton, N.B.
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Rangers run is done
The run is done, but the Kitchener Rangers youngsters could be better off because of it.
Twin Cities football meeting Saturday
Twin Cities Minor Tackle Football Association is holding its annual general meeting on Saturday at St. George’s Hall on King Street in Waterloo, beginning at 10 a.m.
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Kitchener Post team of the week — April 27
The Kitchener Post Team of the Week is the 17-and-under OVA champion K-W Predators Genesis.
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OBA provincials in K-W
The KW Lightning will play for a Division 3 title this weekend when the Ontario Basketball Association hosts its major midget 2012 Ontario Cup provincial championship tournament in Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge.
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