Standing in front of the red Second World War era Canadian flag, history buff Jimmy Chapman spoke passionately to students at Archie Stouffer Elementary School on Nov. 1 about the tragedy of war on all sides.
The award-winning author and motivational speaker, Cyndi Desjardins-Wilkens will be signing and selling copies of her book, Shine On, at this year s Wintergreen Christmas Market in Minden Hills on Saturday, Nov. 11. Shine On tells the compelling true sto
Stronger oversight of police officers and stricter penalties for officers who fail to comply with probes are some of the changes being proposed in the Safer Ontario Act, a bill tabled by the government in Queen s Park on Nov. 2.
It was throwing the traditional war script out the proverbial window that allowed Canadian troops their time-honoured victory at Vimy Ridge during the First World War, says journalist and historian Ted Barris.
Crisis services in Haliburton County and surrounding areas are in need of improvements to address gaps in coverage, according to two reports recently released by the Central East Local Health Integration Network.
A dozen years of stewardship were marked on Sunday evening when the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust held its annual fundraising banquet, thanking those who had donated land, money and volunteer hours to preserve 700 acres of forests and wetlands.
Paul MacInnes had a bit of a dilemma on his hands.
After the four-year Love Your Lakes program organized through the Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners Associations (CHA) ended, he was left with some decent laptops from the project that had been
The Scotch Line landfill in Minden Hills will have a deficit of approximately $110,000 for 2017.
According to a staff report, the overrun is due to various factors, including lower-than-anticipated tipping fees and recycling revenue, and unbudgeted remed
Dozens of Haliburton businesses (and hundreds of employees) continue to benefit from the loans and grants provided through Haliburton County Development Corporation, members at the annual general meeting heard last week.
Oct. 16 to 22 is Waste Reduction Week across Canada, a national environmental campaign acknowledged by municipalities, businesses and schools to recognize and build awareness of sustainability, responsible consumption, natural resource conservation and ov
Haliburton County has its second mayor.
During a Sept. 28 meeting, councillors for Minden Hills township voted to change the title of head of council from reeve to mayor, and its deputy-reeve to deputy mayor.