Hydro One meeting offers transformer station expansion details
A community open house on Tuesday, April 9 at the Minden Legion hosted by Hydro One provided the public an opportunity to learn and ask questions about the upcoming Minden transformer station
Larry Hope, director of Trillium Lakelands District School Board said that no disciplinary action was taken on staff, or on students or parents participating in the #StudentsSayNo walkout on April 4 because it was not warranted.
There will be no business improvement area in Minden, at least for the time being.
The potential creation of a BIA was one of the items on economic development, destination and marketing officer Emily Stonehouse s to-do list when she stepped into the r
The County of Haliburton, along with the Township of Minden Hills and Municipality of Highlands East, will put out a joint request for proposals for the redesign of their websites.
The current website is just over five years old, it s not mobile-friendl
At precisely 1:15 p.m. on April 4, the front doors of Haliburton Highlands Secondary School opened and more than 50 students walked out of class to protest changes being made to the province s education system by the PC government that include proposed in
Haliburton Rideshare, a project of the Rural Transportation Options committee, has ended.
After running for several years, Haliburton Rideshare requires a dedicated staff and resources to properly continue its growth, reads a release from RTO. Unfortun
Steve Todd was named this year s Highlander of the Year at the Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce Business and Community Achievement Awards held on Saturday, March 30 at Pinestone Resort and Conference Centre.
Haliburton County council is supporting the creation of a climate change plan for the county and its lower tiers, after receiving a staff report on how that process will unfold during a March 27 planning committee meeting.
A hush filled Minden s community centre as a crowd of students and community members gathered insight from speakers at the U-Links Celebration of Research on March 23: Ray Letheren who spoke of the community of Bayfield s drive to eliminate single-use wat
Residents filled Minden Hills council chambers for a public meeting on March 14, many expressing opposition to an official plan and zoning bylaw amendment application for the operation of a hauled sewage spreading site off of Bobcaygeon Road.
Haliburton County youth joined worldwide action for climate change marches on March 15 in Lindsay and Barrie in solidarity with 16-year-old Swedish student and Nobel Peace Prize-nominated activist Greta Thunberg, who initiated the youth-led global school
Many more suspensions and expulsions were handed out to students in the Trillium Lakelands District School Board in the period between September and January of this school year than during the same period last year, or the year before that.
The Rural Transportation Options committee is asking Haliburton County residents to undertake a challenge that will make them think about how heavily reliant they are on their vehicles, and how difficult it would be to get around the community without one
Haliburton County stepped up to the plate to learn about homelessness, rural style, where losing the roof over your head, when couch-surfing has worn out, may well mean sleeping in a car, or some other circumstance not meant for human habitation an RV,
The Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce announced this year s nominees for the Business and Community Achievement Awards on March 1. They received 127 nominations from across Haliburton County. Winners will be revealed at the annual awards gala on Ma
The Minden Community Food Centre kitchen was bustling last week when Grade 8 students from Archie Stouffer Elementary School joined with Food Centre volunteers to roll up their sleeves and slice, dice, blend and mix with hands-on experience in the kitchen
Homelessness Registry Week might be more than a year away, but it s never too early to raise awareness, said homelessness system resource co-ordinator for the City of Kawartha Lakes and County of Haliburton Jocelyn Blazey.
When Jack Brezina was asked to talk about the history of the Minden Times for members of the Haliburton County Historical Society on Jan. 24, he was more than happy to do so, after a little research that brought out the skills honed during his time as a j
While demand for e-books and e-audiobooks is growing at library branches across Canada, library users may find they have trouble finding the materials they are looking for. This, according to the Canadian Urban Libraries Council, is due at least in part t