In Haliburton County, top concerns of respondents to a community survey about substance use and the harm associated with drug and alcohol use were impaired driving, lack of resources and access to services, children and youth and crime and community safet
Minden Hills residents near the Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park are getting fed up with park visitors causing congestion by parking along roadways, and in at least one case, trespassing on private property.
Grant and Jan Hutchinson, standing in the driveway of their Minden home, hesitate before they talk about how they met in 1993. They look at each other in that moment of hesitation, and Grant starts quietly laughing.
Members of the City of Kawartha Lakes Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police were on patrol on Sunday, Oct. 14 in the Village of Bobcaygeon. Shortly before 11:30 a.m. an officer observed a black, mid-2000s GMC Sierra extended cab stepside pickup truc
It s October, which means it s that time of year that Bill and Natasha Moshenko start planning, gathering, cutting, sewing, glueing and creating magic in the form of costumes for their family. It s a fun passion project for them, a way to encourage spirit
Minden Hills township will install more vending machines at the S.G. Nesbitt Memorial Arena for the winter after a request for proposals for the operation of the concession stand at the facility failed to garner any interest.
Haliburton Highlands Health Services is working to return to a balanced budget following news of a year-to-date deficit of $250,000 as of the end of July 2018, finance committee chairman David Gray said during a board meeting on Thursday, Sept. 27.
Archie Stouffer Elementary School staff and students, wearing stickers noting they were walking for their grandpa, their friend, their aunt or Terry himself, participated in the Terry Fox School Run on Sept. 27.
During an update of Haliburton County s civic addressing bylaw at a Sept. 26 council meeting, councillors said they d like to include in the resolution encouragement for private road owners to use names that pay tribute to the heritage of the community.
A group of county residents is criticizing the Ford government s decision to end the province s basic income pilot project, calling it a devastating experience for those affected, and a lost opportunity for Ontario to distinguish itself as a leader on the
Not long after Bernie Nicholson retired two years ago from her job in the employment centre at Fleming College, she set up a 50-by-25-foot studio 10 feet away from her house in the woods, hunkered down and immersed her hands in clay.
One hundred years ago, it might have been commonplace to see women, dressed in period clothing, walking down Bobcaygeon Road toward the Village Green to join together, rally and fight for equality.
That same scene was re-enacted in downtown Minden on the
A species-at-risk-biologist says he has concerns about potential groundwater contamination stemming from the Irondale landfill and its implications for wildlife, and is requesting that Minden Hills council close and cap the site, transforming it into a t
At the beginning of the year, Terry Fox Run organizer Diane Peacock attended an annual organizers workshop where she had the opportunity to hear the nurse who looked after Terry speak.
She s 83 years old and made the trip from Vancouver, said Peacock.
Algonquin Highlands council candidates were asked about the future of the Dorset library branch during an all-candidates meeting on Sept. 13, and all seem in favour of maintaining library services in one way or another.
Early into the annual TD Tree Days planting event in Minden last Saturday, volunteers were dripping with sweat and swatting away pesky bugs along the shoreline of Rotary Park in Minden, but nobody was complaining.
When Teo O Malley was six years old, he went for the first time on a week-long camping program at Camp Medeba, a summer camp and outdoor education centre in West Guilford.
It was scary, I was freaked out, said O Malley, now 14 years old.