The Sears stores in Haliburton County the appliance and furniture store in Haliburton and the catalogue pickup company in Minden are not affected by the widespead closures and layoffs that Sears Canada announced last week.
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Minden Hills Reeve Brent Devolin said during a committee-of-the-whole meeting on June 8 that residents affected by the flood this spring will have an opportunity to express their concerns at a public meeting.
Minden Hills councillors are on the brink of passing numerous amendments to the township s zoning bylaw, but a group of seasonal residents told council last week they believe the process has been rushed and that there has not been sufficient time for resi
A new ice cream parlour in Norland is ready to serve up deliciousness just in time for summer.
What s the Scoop? Ice Cream and Desserts opened on the weekend of May 24, in the former home of Café Dieme, along Highway 35 at the village s main intersection
Algonquin Highlands council is supporting a resolution from neighbouring Lake of Bays council that a request go to the Ministry of Transportation to rename the stretch of Highway 60 from Highway 11 to the west gate of Algonquin Park as the Tom Thomson Par
Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock MPP Laurie Scott is glad that victims of human trafficking in Ontario will have greater recourse after the government passed Bill 96, the Anti-Human Trafficking Act, into law in Queen s Park last week.
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