Terriers forward Jacob Beard had a great second-period chance with his club trailing 2-0, but Huntsville netminder Hunter Ferguson stood tall to keep the Otters' lead intact. Beard solved Ferguson in the third as part of five straight for the Terriers, who skated to their first win of the season, downing the Otters 5-2 at Rotary Place. JAMES EVANS/SPECIAL TO THE PACKET & TIMES

Terriers break into win column

Trailing the improved Huntsville Otters 2-0 midway through the second period and in danger of starting their season 0-3, the Jim Wilson Orillia Terrie


Catch of the day

Logan Sheppard, 6, and his big sister Kendra, 8, fish off the dock at Port of Orillia Sunday morning during the Orillia Fish and Game Conservation Clu

ROBERTA BELL/THE PACKET & TIMES - The Orillia School of Nursing’s class of 1974 is pictured out front Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Saturday morning.

Reunited after 40 years

As they neared the end of their studies at the Orillia School of Nursing in 1974, they would gather together in their tiny dorm rooms, swapping storie

Kids Fishing Day Sunday

The Orillia Fish and Game Conservation Club is hosting its annual Kids Fishing Day at the Port of Orillia Sunday.

Humphrey wants on board

A former Severn Township councillor is hoping to become the Simcoe County District School Board’s trustee for Midland, Tay and Severn.

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