While he had many criticisms of the 2018 federal budget, Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock MP Jamie Schmale acknowledged it does contain some worthwhile spending, including on items that could prove useful in Haliburton County.
Algonquin Highlands Trails staff, Ski Friends of the Frost Centre and family of Ted Koehler gathered at the cross-country ski trailhead on Saturday, March 10 to honour Ted s years of volunteer work at the Leslie Frost Centre ski trails with a memorial pla
Despite the fuss being made for her, with a room full of friends and family gathered and activity in the kitchen ensuring all off those well-wishers are being fed, June Branning is taking her 103rd birthday in stride.
Algonquin Highlands council is signing a contract with internet provider, Xplornet allowing the company to install equipment on the Dorset tower during a 10-year lease period.
There has been negotiation between the township and the company over what tha
Even though each year millions of tourists from around the world visit Algonquin Park, few of these individuals return home from their travels with any more than a fragmented view of the park s rich cultural history.
Haliburton Highlands Secondary School alumnus and current Humber College badminton player Darcy Schmidt has the chance to showcase his skills at the national collegiate level after he won a gold medal at the Ontario College Athletic Association finals wit
Minden s Jordyn Greer will be joining dozens of young women aged 13 to 26 gathering in Sudbury this May, to compete in the 13th annual Miss North Ontario pageant. The 18-year-old high school graduate was recently chosen to represent the Haliburton Highlan
Angie Steckle grips a great horned owl around its small feathered body, its injured talon in the hands of retired veterinarian Jennifer Coates. The nursery ICU at Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary is busy with humans and animals, but the bird is calm. Its wide
Let s go Red Hawks! This was the chant, shouted in unison from the crowd watching the Hawks senior basketball team in the last minutes of the Kawartha Championship final on Wednesday, Feb. 14 in Haliburton.
With a 50-47 lead, the Hawks faithful were prov
There s nothing like the real thing. Forget about any of the incarnations of the popular video game Gran Turismo or any driving simulators. Forget even about virtual reality. Driving at the Minden Fairgrounds this past weekend, I didn t need any high tech
Following a request from minor hockey organizers, Minden Hills staff decided to provide matching rates for hall rentals to those provided by Dysart et al. Director of community services Mark Coleman presented councillors with details on the situation and
And so on Feb. 8, 55 girls from Grades 4 to 6 left their classrooms and joined together in the library in a safe space with 12 intermediate students, Austin, and FearlesslyGiRL founder, Kate Whitfield.
The HHSS Wrestling Team returned to the mat on Feb. 8 to compete at the Uxbridge Secondary School Wrestling Tournament. More than 250 athletes from the COSSA and Durham regions attended the event. This competition was intense.