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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor has been in the news business for more than 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.

Recent Work by Nathan

Man found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Man found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Dwayne Palomaki found guilty of assault causing bodily harm during tournament in June of 2019; judge dismisses claims he acted in self-defence
Man found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Man found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Dwayne Palomaki found guilty of assault causing bodily harm during tournament in June of 2019; judge dismisses claims he acted in self-defence
Innisfil lacrosse trainer found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Innisfil lacrosse trainer found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Dwayne Palomaki found guilty of assault causing bodily harm during tournament in June of 2019; judge dismisses claims he acted in self-defence
Man found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Man found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Dwayne Palomaki found guilty of assault causing bodily harm during tournament in June 2019; Judge dismisses claims he acted in self-defence
Man found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Man found guilty of assaulting referee at Orillia lacrosse tourney

Dwayne Palomaki found guilty of assault causing bodily harm during tournament in June of 2019; judge dismisses claims he acted in self-defence
Orillia business hosting safe trick-or-treating alternative

Orillia business hosting safe trick-or-treating alternative

It Happens CellTek invites families to Quarantine-O-Ween; 'A lot of people are just not going to want to send their kids out,' says organizer
Business owner decries city's 'ridiculous' decision to deny video shoot

Business owner decries city's 'ridiculous' decision to deny video shoot

Patrick Kehoe had planned shoot to showcase Aquacide device; city turned it down due to concerns about environmental damage
Rama chief confident casino will rebound

Rama chief confident casino will rebound

In response to concerns about Casino Rama closing permanently, Ted Williams says, 'that's not going to happen'
Rama chief confident casino will rebound

Rama chief confident casino will rebound

In response to concerns about Casino Rama closing permanently, Ted Williams says, 'that's not going to happen'
Rama chief confident casino will rebound

Rama chief confident casino will rebound

In response to concerns about Casino Rama closing permanently, Ted Williams says, 'that's not going to happen'