There’s room to grow said the senior Red Hawks basketball coach following a season opening 43-15 loss to the Lindsay Collegiate Vocational Institute Spartans in Haliburton on Wednesday, Nov. 27.
Minden is moving towards a pedestrian friendly community as revealed through the walkability audit by the Communities in Action Committee on Thursday,
The county will be sending a letter to federal environment minister Leona Agglukaq regarding water levels management and the Trent-Severn Waterway.
To the Editor,
At a county council meeting last week, Minden Hills Reeve Barb Reid said it might be time to re-examine how local townships handle contracting
I am writing to you in response to Chad Ingram’s article regarding his opinion on OPP policing costs.
While county council won’t start budget talks until late January, it seems that councillors are eyeing a two per cent tax increase for 2014.
The premiums Minden Hills is paying for short-term disability claims is beginning to fall.
The Red Hawks hockey team found the win column against the visiting I.E. Weldon Secondary School Wildcats after two straight ties to start the season.
Finding the silver lining in a home opener loss is easy with this season’s junior basketball team.
The long awaited premiere of There’s Something In The Water is being screened at the Canadian National Pond Hockey Championships in Head Lake Park.
A total of $4,090 was raised for the Haliburton Highlands Health Services Foundation through an art fundraiser initiated by Highlands cottager Don Ross.
The county's politicians are putting their heads together to deal with the staggering increases in policing costs