One hundred years ago, it might have been commonplace to see women, dressed in period clothing, walking down Bobcaygeon Road toward the Village Green to join together, rally and fight for equality.
That same scene was re-enacted in downtown Minden on the
A species-at-risk-biologist says he has concerns about potential groundwater contamination stemming from the Irondale landfill and its implications for wildlife, and is requesting that Minden Hills council close and cap the site, transforming it into a t
At the beginning of the year, Terry Fox Run organizer Diane Peacock attended an annual organizers workshop where she had the opportunity to hear the nurse who looked after Terry speak.
She s 83 years old and made the trip from Vancouver, said Peacock.
Algonquin Highlands council candidates were asked about the future of the Dorset library branch during an all-candidates meeting on Sept. 13, and all seem in favour of maintaining library services in one way or another.
Early into the annual TD Tree Days planting event in Minden last Saturday, volunteers were dripping with sweat and swatting away pesky bugs along the shoreline of Rotary Park in Minden, but nobody was complaining.
When Teo O Malley was six years old, he went for the first time on a week-long camping program at Camp Medeba, a summer camp and outdoor education centre in West Guilford.
It was scary, I was freaked out, said O Malley, now 14 years old.
The Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario is taking legal action against the provincial government, seeking a court injunction against the repeal of the 2015 physical and health education curriculum, as well as the creation of a hotline where parents
Minden Hills councillors will let members of the next council decide how they want to deal with the end of a tax exemption that has traditionally given elected officials a third of their income tax-free.
As part of its 2017 budget, the federal government
After hearing a presentation about the transit partnership between the Town of Innisfil and ride sharing company Uber, Haliburton County council passed a resolution to make contact with Uber and Innisfil for more information.
A cell gap analysis and a mobile broadband internet expansion project being undertaken by the Eastern Ontario Regional Network remain the No. 1 priority of the Eastern Ontario Wardens Caucus.
Minden Hills Mayor Brent Devolin, past warden of Haliburton C
Designer and decorator Sinclair Russell says it was ultimately his sexuality that led to a career that would eventually take him around the world, crossing paths with celebrities and members of high society along the way.
For the past four years, Bethan McCutcheon has planned crafts and science experiments, organized schedules and sleeping arrangements and offered an unforgettable, unique camp experience to more than two dozen people annually from across Canada and the Uni
Under a blazing summer sun, Brandy Wilson of Haliburton gave thanks to the record crowd of 375 registered participants about to start the 47th annual Highland Yard running event this past Sunday morning in Minden that would go on to fundraise more than $2
Over the winter holidays at Michael Bainbridge and Brigitte Gall s house in Minden, something magical was happening. Like in many other homes, friends and family were gathered and good times were being had. But at the Bainbridge-Gall house, a new idea wa
While sipping a beverage of choice while taking a lazy-river meander on an inflatable raft or tube during a sunny, summer afternoon may be a preferred activity for some, residents may want to be aware that consuming alcohol on a floatie of any kind is tec
Minden residents are recovering from the effects of a severe thunderstorm that dumped rain and golfball-sized hailstones on the area, damaging property and causing some nervewracking moments for those waiting it out last Thursday.