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Renowned local figure skater tells his story to Storytelling Orillia group

Renowned local figure skater tells his story to Storytelling Orillia group

Neil Carpenter competed at the Olympics in 1964 before teaching many future Olympians the sport
OSS tuning up for annual Sweet Spring Fling

OSS tuning up for annual Sweet Spring Fling

Evening of music, dance, refreshments and silent auction is key fundraiser for OSS music program
Why did the weasel cross the path?

Why did the weasel cross the path?

Myths, legends and facts about weasels, an interesting family of animals
Nature and hashtag activism keys to sustainability: Lakehead educators

Nature and hashtag activism keys to sustainability: Lakehead educators

Hashtag activism can help 'marginalized communities get their voices out'
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

Temperatures rise to a high of plus 4C under sunny skies
Poets to get a turn in the spotlight

Poets to get a turn in the spotlight

Submissions being accepted for annual memorial poetry celebration
Repair Café serves up much-needed fix for many Orillians

Repair Café serves up much-needed fix for many Orillians

Organizers say event aimed to refute notion of 'throwaway society' and help people learn skills not often taught any more
Would you like to learn more about prostate cancer?

Would you like to learn more about prostate cancer?

Orillia Prostate Cancer Awareness Group presents free forum Wednesday
Check out which local government employees made more than $100,000 in 2017

Check out which local government employees made more than $100,000 in 2017

Hundreds of local employees on 2017 Sunshine List which includes municipal workers, hospital/health-care staff, school board employees and post-secondary education officials
Old-fashioned Quilt Turning on the menu at Shopaganza

Old-fashioned Quilt Turning on the menu at Shopaganza

April 7 event features lots of vendors and a display of quilts and rugs