The traditional Canadian winter that hit the Highlands early and has persisted with nose-stickingly cold temperatures for much of January has kept demand steady at the county s two heat-based charities, Heat Bank Haliburton County and Fuel for Warmth.
Lochlin s community centre was filled with warmth, live music, homemade soup and chili, storytelling, a fascination with horseradish and a shared love of the Haliburton County Rail Trail (HCRT) when a gathering of 40 guests hurried out of the freezing rai
Visitors to this year s Bluegrass in the Highlands Winter Festival will be met with the warm glow of a campfire, complete with lawn chairs, as they walk in the front lobby of Pinestone Resort and Conference Centre.
It is a great start to the new year for Minden teen Ryan Prentice and his family, who received some welcome news during a procedure several days ago to treat his undetected arterial venous malformation (AVM).
Council approved a sole-source contract to Tulloch Engineering for approximately $75,000 for engineering and consulting for the rehabilitation of the Sunnybrook Bridge, which is the formal name of the bridge along Bobcaygeon Road spanning the Gull River i
Just how LIDAR mapping would be used to mitigate flooding throughout the Trent watershed was the central point of discussion during a meeting of the Upper Trent Watershed Management Partnership (UTWMP) in Peterborough on Dec. 19.
Mikaela Gordon spent her first Christmas away from home on the other side of the world from snow and holiday tradition and family in Minden. Instead, she and friend Jessica Bishop were on Fraser Island, Australia s largest sand island on the south end of
Haliburton County has a long way to go on housing, from increasing the number of units of affordable housing to creating incentives for private builders to expanding options for seniors, says Minden Hills Mayor Brent Devolin.