The implementation of a fill bylaw and a potential berm are among the suggestions to mitigate flooding in Minden Hills contained in a draft drainage study that was reviewed by councillors during a meeting last week.
There s more to sport than winning it all for local young Minden curlers, representing Archie Stouffer Elementary School and the Minden Curling Club, who finished 18th out of 72 teams at the Pinty s Provincial Elementary School Curling Championships held
WSP Canada, the firm Algonquin Highlands has hired to conduct mandatory septic re-inspections in the municipality, has lowered the fee it will charge to residents who ve already had an inspection completed by a third party.
Minden Hills council has voted to make some changes to operations at the township s landfills and transfer stations including, most notably, the year-round closure of the Scotch Line landfill on Wednesdays.
Three or four years ago, Moore posted his first local weather report on his social media page, which has spread to four other public group pages in the area, and he hasn t stopped. The forecasts detail quite accurate weather in this region temperatures,
An arena packed completely full of hockey fans young and old exploded with excitement and pride last Saturday night in Haliburton when the Highland Storm Midgets took the All-Ontario Championship game undefeated against the Dunnville Mudcats in overtime.
An afternoon devoted to the annual U-Links Celebration of Research became an afternoon of making connections for the students who studied the county, local community partners who helped to initiate the research, as well as for the curious guests at the ev
It s a sunny, spring-like day as the enticing sounds of a brass sectional spill out from a meeting room at the Pinestone Resort, filling the air outside with music. Inside the room, members of the Highlands Chamber Orchestra brass section are arranged aro
Remuneration reporting for members of Haliburton County council will change next year, to include expenses accrued on the municipality s corporate credit cards, expenses that are not captured under the current reporting system.
Carol Moffatt wants to flesh out the past of Algonquin Highlands. Behind the photographs, birth and death announcements are the details that bring the past to life and that s what the long-time history buff hopes comes of the new online heritage map and f
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