The junior Red Hawks basketball team surrendered a nine point lead to the visiting St. Thomas Titans in the first quarter and never recovered, losing.
The following are briefs from the Haliburton Highlands Health Services board of directors meeting at the Minden boardroom on Thursday, Dec. 5.
The Haliburton Highlands Secondary School Badminton Dance Festival for Practical Academics and Life Skills students proved there is more to sport ...
Every year brings new surprises on the annual Christmas Bird Count.
On Saturday Dec. 7, OPP officers from the Haliburton Highlands participated in the Fill-a-Cruiser food drive event in Haliburton County.
To the Editor,As members of the Coalition for Equitable Water Flow (CEWF) executive committee we are writing in response to a letter from Mr. Fox
THERE ARE PLENTY of disturbing statistics out there.
OUT ON SAPSUCKER RIDGE, once The Brown Dog Jiggs and I pay for the essentials, the two of us always have something left over to waste on food
To the Editor,The statement by Jewel Cunningham, director of Ontario Waterways, which appeared in the Dec. 4 Times was as follows:
Kinmount residents came together to light the Christmas tree on Dec. 5.
Some of the township's benevolent residents were recognized for their deeds with an awards ceremony last week.
Officers from the Haliburton Highlands detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police have been actively conducting RIDE checks throughout the county.
Algonquin Highlands’s new fire chief is no stranger to the area.
Sparks are flying over a new long-term energy plan unveiled by the provincial government last week.
The junior Red Hawks boys’ basketball team lost a close game at Brock High School on Wednesday, Dec. 4.
On Tuesday, Dec. 3, the Red Hawks Wrestling Team travelled to North Hastings High School in Bancroft to compete at the annual Huskies Invitational.
It was great to be home for the girls’ Red Hawks hockey team who rediscovered the win column after losing on the road the week before.