QMI PHOTO An OPP cruiser.

Gun locker found in field

ESSA TWP. - Nottawasaga OPP are investigating after a gun locker filled with rifles was found in a field near County Road 90.

OPP probing traffic stop

Huronia West OPP are investigating after a woman told police she was pulled over on Highway 26 by a man she thought was an officer.

Cristiano DiGiancinto of the Windsor Spitfires receives a love tap from Rasmus Anderson of the Barrie Colts during first period OHL action Saturday at the Barrie Molson Centre. The Colts won 7-4. Mark Wanzel photo

Colts take down Spitfires

There was never much room to get comfortable in this game. But the Barrie Colts were still able to hold off the oncoming attack and pick up two points.

CCI's senior golf team member Cody Cudmore is seen putting a green while preparing for the OFSSA golf tournament. CCI's senior golf team includes, from left, Erik Lehmann, coach, Andrew Liauba, Geoff Berriault, Justin Campbell, Cody Cudmore Andrew Boucher and Ryley Plewes. Submitted photo

CCI student places sixth

Putting over aeration plugs on the greens and puddles over the fairways, Collingwood's Cody Cudmore still managed to place sixth out of 120 golfers at

Barrie Colts forward Andrew Mangiapane battles Windsor Spitfires forward Josh Ho-Sang in this file photo from last season at the WFCU Centre. The Spitfires are in Barrie to take on the Colts on Saturday night at the Barrie Molson Centre. The Spitfires are coming off an 8-5 win over the Saginaw Spirit on Thursday night in which Ho-Sang — a first-round pick of the New York Islanders in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft — had two goals and an assist, including the game-winning goal, in his first game back following a suspension dating back to last season's playoffs. DENNIS PAJOT/GETTY IMAGES/AFP FILE PHOTO

Colts go on the offence

During his brilliant 16-year National Hockey League hockey career, Dale Hawerchuk scored 518 goals and racked up 1,409 points in 1,188 games.

At least 29 people were killed after unseasonal blizzards and avalanches triggered by cyclone Hudhud hit Nepal. More than 100 people are still missing. QMI AGENCY PHOTO

'It was a long night'

ESSA TWP. – A very relieved father said he heard from his daughter who was feared buried in an avalanche while hiking in Nepal, Wednesday.

Simcoe County paramedics were honoured at an Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs event last week. From left are county paramedics director and Chief Andrew Robert, medal recipients Kevin Morrish, Stuart Hunter and Jeff LeClair, Deputy Chief Jeff McWilliam and Deputy Chief Peter Tozer.  Recipient Merideth Morrison was absent. SUBMITTED

Paramedics honoured

Four Simcoe County paramedics were recognized with honours at the Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs Awards Gala held in London on Sept. 25.

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