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Katie Nicholls, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Katie Nicholls, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Katie's career in media started 15 years ago as she worked at many radio stations across Simcoe County. Coming to NWO was an adventure for her and her family. Katie has extensive on-air experience and is very interested in what's going on across the region. She also enjoys delving into stories that involve the criminal justice system

Email
knicholls@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Katie

Injury, PTSD top reasons for police officer WSIB claims

Injury, PTSD top reasons for police officer WSIB claims

Police board hears about top reported health and safety claims.
City is now accepting applications for housing grants

City is now accepting applications for housing grants

Housing grants will be available to homeowners and builders from the Housing Accelerator Fund through the city.
Coalition hears concerns over the state of public health care

Coalition hears concerns over the state of public health care

Ontarians had a chance to voice their opinions on the state of health care in the province through a travelling panel by the Ontario Health Coalition.
New city manager arrives in Thunder Bay

New city manager arrives in Thunder Bay

"He impresses me so far as an affable, intelligent and hardworking kind of person. With those attributes, he's going to be fine," Norm Gale said.
Education, awareness key when discussing elder abuse

Education, awareness key when discussing elder abuse

Education and awareness are key when talking about the growing problem of elder abuse, says committee co-chair Rebecca Johnson
Understaffing at district EMS stations critical: local union president

Understaffing at district EMS stations critical: local union president

Understaffing at EMS stations across the district has been an ongoing challenge.
The city's revenue division is moving to the north core

The city's revenue division is moving to the north core

The city's revenue division is moving to a new location.
College looking to expand paramedic program to three years

College looking to expand paramedic program to three years

Colleges in Ontario are looking to expand paramedic programs from two years to three.
NDP MPP saddened by "horrific and traumatic" testimonies

NDP MPP saddened by "horrific and traumatic" testimonies

While church representatives acknowledged the need for change and action, no specific examples or actions were detailed during a recent meeting with victims.
Treasure Exchange Days are happening soon

Treasure Exchange Days are happening soon

Treasure hunters will be on the lookout for "in good condition' used items curbside starting Friday evening.
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