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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor has been in the news business for 20 years, 10 of which were spent at Orillia’s former daily newspaper, the Packet & Times. He was a reporter before being promoted to city editor and, later, regional editor for five newspapers in Simcoe County. Nathan is also president of the Leacock Associates and is a member of United Way Simcoe Muskoka’s board of directors.

Recent Work by Nathan

Students' presentation earns $5,000 for Lighthouse (6 photos)

Students' presentation earns $5,000 for Lighthouse (6 photos)

Youth in Philanthropy Initiative competition took place Wednesday at Orillia Secondary School; 'It becomes very personal,' teacher says
Illegal dumping, safety issues lead to closure of Swift Rapids Road

Illegal dumping, safety issues lead to closure of Swift Rapids Road

Swift Rapids Road has become a dumping ground, and a playground for off-road drivers; Access from Carlyon Line will be shut down
Cat dies in Fittons Road house fire

Cat dies in Fittons Road house fire

One resident was home at the time of the fire and escaped without injury
Golf tourney helps keep the bills paid at local shelters

Golf tourney helps keep the bills paid at local shelters

All 'Fore' the Animals Golf Tournament taking place June 21 in Coldwater
Family, forced to leave Simcoe County, feels 'betrayed, deflated'

Family, forced to leave Simcoe County, feels 'betrayed, deflated'

Man, who came to Canada from Ireland in 2015 and married local woman, denied permanent residency; They plan to fight and return to this 'wonderful place'
Family, forced to leave Orillia, feels 'betrayed, deflated'

Family, forced to leave Orillia, feels 'betrayed, deflated'

Man, who came to Canada from Ireland in 2015 and married local woman, denied permanent residency; They plan to fight and return to this 'wonderful place'
Family, forced to leave Simcoe County, feels 'betrayed, deflated'

Family, forced to leave Simcoe County, feels 'betrayed, deflated'

Man, who came to Canada from Ireland in 2015 and married local woman, denied permanent residency; They plan to fight and return to this 'wonderful place'
Nursing school grads to be recognized 50 years later

Nursing school grads to be recognized 50 years later

Annual OSMH Nurses Alumnae dinner will honour class of 1969
Family, forced to leave Simcoe County, feels 'betrayed, deflated'

Family, forced to leave Simcoe County, feels 'betrayed, deflated'

Man, who came to Canada from Ireland in 2015 and married local woman, denied permanent residency; They plan to fight and return to this 'wonderful place'
Maude Barlow to headline lecture series in Orillia

Maude Barlow to headline lecture series in Orillia

Lakehead's Third Age Learning series starts May 22 with focus on climate change