By Chad Ingram Minden Hills township is seeking to lower the speed limit on the Gull River. The current limit on the water body that ...
Leaving the arena wearing sandals, shorts and a tank top is something Owen Smith and Owen Patterson Smith could get used to if given the chance.
This month marks the ten-year anniversary of the MNR shutting down the Leslie Frost Centre, which still stands vacant in Haliburton County to this day.
The investigation into a suspected arson south of Minden is continuing as the affected family looks for answers.
By Chad Ingram A new trial for the 2011 murder of Haliburton County resident Ryan Kennedy will begin in March. The Ministry of the Attorney ...
By Chad Ingram Construction will begin on Haliburton County’s new EMS base in Minden after county council gave the project the go-ahead at a July ...
Wes Lytle and Ian Tingey aren’t related, but they are bound by blood.
Minden Hills resident Richard Bradley says he plans to sue Reeve Barb Reid for libel and slander.
Have a potato with too many eyes? Or perhaps a carrot that looks like a pair of legs? Then you just might have a winner on your hands.
Algonquin Highlands’s new airport manager is scheduled to land in the township this week.
John Beattie says he just wants the same opportunities as other candidates in the Oct. 27 Minden Hills election.
It was an opportunity they couldn’t pass up to keep a Minden summer institution going.
One of the county’s most hands-on family festivals is just around the corner.
A local Pan Am Games volunteer is excited for the community to welcome the world when the Minden Wild Water Preserve hosts the white water canoe/kayak slalom event next summer.
It might just be two rounds into the Canadian Motorsport Racing Corporation ATV series pro championship, but Minden’s Cody Withey is excited about his prospects to win the overall title.
Perennial gold medal threat Charlene Hicks led the Red Hawks with a gold in the senior triple jump at the Central Ontario Secondary School Athletics track and field meet Thursday at Bruce Faulds Track and Field Complex in Belleville.
Sixteen-year-old Owen MacKeigan is still excited about his Scottish experience and has the purple plaid pants to prove it. MacKeigan is looking forward to a strong future in karate after winning a bronze medal at the Scottish International Open Karate Championships from April 26 to 27 at the Meadowbank Sports Centre in Edinburgh.
It all came together for the Highland Storm Bantam A team in what became a historic year and an incredible end with golden proportions.
By Neil Campbell The last time I saw the Reeve of Minden Hills must have been on Canada Day, just before or after her ...
By Chad Ingram Municipal elections are just more than three months away and the race is on. Well, sort of. Thus far, on the western ...
How small would a sum of money have to be before you declared it not big? How about more than three hundred dollars? Is that little enough?