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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

Family, 'fearing the worst,' pleads for information about missing man

Family, 'fearing the worst,' pleads for information about missing man

Disappearance of Justin Evans, of Kilworthy, is 'criminally suspicious,' police say; 'Something bad happened,' says man's stepdad
Family, 'fearing the worst,' pleads for information about missing man

Family, 'fearing the worst,' pleads for information about missing man

Disappearance of Justin Evans, of Kilworthy, is 'criminally suspicious,' police say; 'Something bad happened,' says man's stepdad
Challenge accepted: Severn, Oro-Medonte councils taking part in snowman competition

Challenge accepted: Severn, Oro-Medonte councils taking part in snowman competition

Orillia Mayor Steve Clarke will take on role of 'supposedly neutral' judge in lighthearted competition
Man who assaulted lacrosse referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Man who assaulted lacrosse referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Dwayne Palomaki will be under house arrest for nine months; Victim hopes it will be 'deterrent to others'
Man who assaulted lacrosse referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Man who assaulted lacrosse referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Dwayne Palomaki will be under house arrest for nine months; Victim, who serves as referee in chief for Orillia Minor Lacrosse, hopes it will be 'deterrent to others'
Man who assaulted lacrosse referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Man who assaulted lacrosse referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Dwayne Palomaki will be under house arrest for nine months; victim hopes it will be 'deterrent to others'
Man who assaulted lacrosse referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Man who assaulted lacrosse referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Dwayne Palomaki will be under house arrest for nine months; Victim, who serves as referee-in-chief for Orillia Minor Lacrosse, hopes it will be 'deterrent to others'
Innisfil lacrosse trainer who assaulted referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Innisfil lacrosse trainer who assaulted referee in Orillia gets house arrest

Dwayne Palomaki will be under house arrest for nine months; Victim, who serves as referee in chief for Orillia Minor Lacrosse, hopes it will be 'deterrent to others'
Orillia city staff issued 'temporary suspensions' amid lockdown

Orillia city staff issued 'temporary suspensions' amid lockdown

Temporary suspensions of employment were issued in December and January, says city official
City staff issued 'temporary suspensions' amid lockdown

City staff issued 'temporary suspensions' amid lockdown

Temporary suspensions of employment were issued in December and January, says city official