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Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel is the weekend editor and reporter for KitchenerToday. She is happy to be a part of team and has previous online journalism experience as an intern at Today's Parent magazine. She is a graduate of the media studies program at the University of Guelph-Humber.

Recent Work by Ariel

New sidewalk theatre group brings entertainment to residents during COVID-19 (4 photos)

New sidewalk theatre group brings entertainment to residents during COVID-19 (4 photos)

Sidewalk Scenes is hoping to perform in neighbourhoods across the region
Eastwood student in the running for 10K scholarship with duct tape prom dress (3 photos)

Eastwood student in the running for 10K scholarship with duct tape prom dress (3 photos)

Lena Hart is the only Canadian who is a finalist in the 'Stuck At Prom Scholarship Contest,' which is hosted by Duck Brand
Regional police looking for prowler in Waterloo

Regional police looking for prowler in Waterloo

It happened on Hickory Street West
New UW study looks at how technology can connect kids with nature

New UW study looks at how technology can connect kids with nature

Activities like geocaching and species identification apps can help kids enjoy their time spent outside
Amber Alert ends for missing Niagara Region boy (update)

Amber Alert ends for missing Niagara Region boy (update)

The alert was issued Sunday afternoon
New art exhibit in Kitchener explores decolonization through Indigenous work

New art exhibit in Kitchener explores decolonization through Indigenous work

Soundings: An Exhibit in Five Parts will be at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery until August 9
Elmira Maple Syrup Festival donates $35,000 to community programs

Elmira Maple Syrup Festival donates $35,000 to community programs

The money will go to 18 local initiatives, agencies and organizations
Waterloo Fire Rescue shares fire safety tips for summer

Waterloo Fire Rescue shares fire safety tips for summer

Tips include how to prevent fires while using a BBQ and stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic
City of Cambridge to honour its high school graduates with light display

City of Cambridge to honour its high school graduates with light display

The CAMBRIDGE sign and pedestrian bridge along Jacob's Landing will feature the colours of both school boards
Police looking for suspects in Cambridge robbery

Police looking for suspects in Cambridge robbery

Two men allegedly approached the victim in a parking lot before pulling out a weapon