The Wildcats LEGO team sits around a school table, speaking about their lifelong love for LEGO.
Grade 6 students Collin Thorpe and Broden Boisvert along with Grade 5 student Taylor Sharpless won silver at the Skills Ontario Competition LEGO Mechanics Cha
Keeping the mind healthy is just as important as the rest of the body, says Alzheimer Society public education co-ordinator Carolyn Hemminger, and there are tangible things that can be done to improve memory and stay sharp.
Standing with several volunteers, under a cloudy sky on the shore of Halls Lake, the Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association (HHOA) manager Randy Charter watched with pride as the boat with Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) representativ
When Gladys Fowler was growing up, her father grew vegetable gardens on their two-acre property. He arranged different crops in long rows, beans in one, peas in another, on and on. She remembers helping out with the garden and the hours spent doing one ta
Since March 31, 2016 just fewer than 6,000 acres of forest have been harvested in Haliburton County, an annual report from forestry officer and weed inspector James Rogers showed. Rogers said most of the cutting was done within regulations, and that only
Haliburton County will make a request to the provincial government that the municipality become the ultimate approval authority on official plan amendments, a change that could save residents thousands of dollars in fees.
Spending Saturday night with a bunch of cops may not necessarily sound like a good time, but that will be the case when The Cruisers bring some 50s and 60s rock n roll to the Minden Curling Club on May 13.
For Masons, a visit from the Grand Master is a rare occurrence. Representing all Masonic lodges in Ontario, Grand Master John C. Green isn t able to make appearances at all of the locations he oversees.