Council will apply for a grant from the federal Enabling Accessibility Fund to construct a new, accessible playground at the Stanhope Park, near the Algonquin Highlands township office along North Shore Road.
Each new Minden Rotary Club president is asked for three goals.
My first goal was to have fun, my second goal was to have fun and my third goal was to have fun with new members, says new president Lynda Litwin, seated in the picnic shelter at Rotary P
Love fueled grandmothers Mickey Bonham and Sue Reid to start the local chapter in the Highlands for the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign 10 years ago to help grandmothers in Africa raise a generation of babies orphaned by the AIDS crisis in the 1990
The amount of snow, temperature, rainfall, frozen and saturated ground.
These are the factors that can contribute to high levels and flooding along the Gull River each spring.
Colin Clarke, a water management technician with Parks Canada and Jewel Cunn
In the wake of disturbing new statistics, police throughout Ontario are gathering forces to spread a new message: Leave the Phone Alone. Distracted driving, which includes the use of handheld devices while driving and the use of in-vehicle entertainment
Never underestimate the power of a fish.
There s a 23-pound trout in my office, Miners Bay Lodge owner Russ Wunker says. That s why we are here. He pauses for effect, surveying the members of the Haliburton County Historical Society sitting in the d
With unanimous approval of the Haliburton Highlands Health Services board of directors, Carolyn Plummer has been appointed president and chief executive officer of the HHHS. The announcement came on the evening of July 7 after several months of reviewing
The Pinestone Resort and Conference Centre will host a music festival later this summer, with tickets on sale now.
It s similar to what the Haliburton Forest did last year, general manager John Teljeur said in reference to the Forest Festival. That