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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor has been in the news business for almost 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 helping students at Nighthawks Closet

Students helping students at Nighthawks Closet

Store at Orillia Secondary School offers affordable winter wear, benefits women's shelter
Fire engulfs home in Oro-Medonte; woman sent to hospital

Fire engulfs home in Oro-Medonte; woman sent to hospital

Holiday season marches into Orillia <b>(18 photos)</b>

Holiday season marches into Orillia (18 photos)

Hundreds take in Santa Claus parade in downtown Orillia
Lightfoot wows the crowd on 80th birthday

Lightfoot wows the crowd on 80th birthday

Hometown folk legend marks milestone birthday with concert at Opera House
Local ski hills coming alive early

Local ski hills coming alive early

Horseshoe Resort to open Saturday, marking earliest start in 23 years; Hardwood also open for business
Area ski hills coming alive early

Area ski hills coming alive early

Horseshoe Resort to open Saturday, marking earliest start in 23 years; Hardwood also open for business
Township agrees to foot legal bill for resident

Township agrees to foot legal bill for resident

Clementino Ferreira argued he shouldn't have to pay Ramara's legal costs for tribunal hearing
Have fun, and give back, at Sunday's Santa Claus parade

Have fun, and give back, at Sunday's Santa Claus parade

Groups will be collecting money, food and toys during parade in downtown Orillia
Vigil in Orillia marks 'heartbreaking' losses at Lighthouse

Vigil in Orillia marks 'heartbreaking' losses at Lighthouse

Candlelight vigil held to remember clients of shelter, soup kitchen; 'We will not forget you,' executive director says
Vigil marks 'heartbreaking' losses at Lighthouse

Vigil marks 'heartbreaking' losses at Lighthouse

Candlelight vigil held to remember clients of shelter, soup kitchen; 'We will not forget you,' executive director says