DAVE DAWSON/THE PACKET & TIMES Aidan Cruise, of Couchiching Heights Public School, clashed with Cayden McGinnis, of Lions Oval Public School, during Simcoe County Elementary School Wrestling Championship action in the Grade 5-6 division Saturday. McGinnis prevailed in the hard-fought match, but Couchiching Heights finished second overall in the event, just two points behind county champion Monsignor Lee Catholic School.

The host with the most

Orillia schools dominated the Simcoe County Elementary School Wrestling Championship Saturday, grappling to four of the top five positions at the regi

MAT Film Night presents Boychoir

Mariposa Arts Theatre's Film Night presents Boychoir, a drama the whole family can enjoy, for two showings Wednesday -- at 4 and 7 p.m. -- at Galaxy C

Good start for midget Kings

The KRS Crane midget Kings rallied to a hard-fought win, kicking off their Ontario Minor Lacrosse Association regular season recently by beating the r

Kings crushed on home turf

Orillia's Kings, who started their new Ontario Lacrosse Association Jr. B season amid much promise, under a new coaching staff that looked to kick-sta

ROBERTA BELL/THE PACKET & TIMES – Linda Moore, whose daughter Samantha Price died last year, has used Hospice Orillia's bereavement support. She participated Sunday in the organizations annual Hike for Hospice, which began in Couchiching Beach Park, to raise funds to keep programs like it going.

Helping hospice

Linda Moore wants to give back to an organization that has given her so much.

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