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A $20 raffle ticket could score you free gas for a year!

A $20 raffle ticket could score you free gas for a year!

Only 500 Gas for a Year tickets have been printed for the Simcoe-Dufferin-Muskoka Crime Stoppers fundraiser
Council OKs $80,000 to replace wonky doors at Rotary Place

Council OKs $80,000 to replace wonky doors at Rotary Place

One door came crashing down in April, creating near-miss; Flawed design has led to lost revenue and thousands of dollars in repairs
LETTER: MP urged to champion bill to stop companies from drawing water

LETTER: MP urged to champion bill to stop companies from drawing water

Clean water is not available to all Canadians; Economic well-being of corporate shareholders taking precedence over public's well being
Proposed new hotel room tax gets preliminary stamp of approval

Proposed new hotel room tax gets preliminary stamp of approval

City would partner with Ontario's Lake Country on new municipal accommodation tax; 'This will help us in promoting Orillia to ... the rest of the world'
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

Sunny skies today
Man faces drunk driving charges after striking two trees and a house

Man faces drunk driving charges after striking two trees and a house

After losing control of vehicle and striking one tree, driver crossed road, struck another tree and collided with the porch of a house
Twin Lakes students run past obstacles, host Diva Run

Twin Lakes students run past obstacles, host Diva Run

When students learned Toronto race was postponed, they stepped up and organized their own event, complete with tiaras, tutus, balloon arch and big smiles
Lady Kings conclude regular season with a pair of decisive wins

Lady Kings conclude regular season with a pair of decisive wins

Orillia finished another strong season with 8-1-1 record; Defending provincial champs among the favourites heading into playoffs
School board expected to pass $591M budget this week

School board expected to pass $591M budget this week

'We have made cuts in areas that don't directly affect student,' board chair says
Free Taekwondo lessons offered for Recreation and Parks Month

Free Taekwondo lessons offered for Recreation and Parks Month

Fifth-degree blackbelt Mike Larose will be leading the free sessions at Rotary Place; First session is Tuesday evening