Minden s Jordyn Greer will be joining dozens of young women aged 13 to 26 gathering in Sudbury this May, to compete in the 13th annual Miss North Ontario pageant. The 18-year-old high school graduate was recently chosen to represent the Haliburton Highlan
Angie Steckle grips a great horned owl around its small feathered body, its injured talon in the hands of retired veterinarian Jennifer Coates. The nursery ICU at Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary is busy with humans and animals, but the bird is calm. Its wide
Let s go Red Hawks! This was the chant, shouted in unison from the crowd watching the Hawks senior basketball team in the last minutes of the Kawartha Championship final on Wednesday, Feb. 14 in Haliburton.
With a 50-47 lead, the Hawks faithful were prov
Following a request from minor hockey organizers, Minden Hills staff decided to provide matching rates for hall rentals to those provided by Dysart et al. Director of community services Mark Coleman presented councillors with details on the situation and
And so on Feb. 8, 55 girls from Grades 4 to 6 left their classrooms and joined together in the library in a safe space with 12 intermediate students, Austin, and FearlesslyGiRL founder, Kate Whitfield.
The HHSS Wrestling Team returned to the mat on Feb. 8 to compete at the Uxbridge Secondary School Wrestling Tournament. More than 250 athletes from the COSSA and Durham regions attended the event. This competition was intense.
There s nothing like the real thing. Forget about any of the incarnations of the popular video game Gran Turismo or any driving simulators. Forget even about virtual reality. Driving at the Minden Fairgrounds this past weekend, I didn t need any high tech
Ed and Grace Schuurmans, who said they moved to the Blairhampton Triangle, three years ago from the Kitchener area, have been renovating their house. While on one of their frequent visits to Cottage Country Building Supplies, just five minutes up the r
It s a unique opportunity not to be missed the chance to hear from three emerging artists living in Haliburton County who shine a light on their thought processes, methods and the challenges of becoming professional artists in today s world.
Chamber of Commerce members met over breakfast to discuss recommendations that affect their small businesses to bring to Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock political candidates ahead of this year s election.
Over the week of Jan. 29 to Feb. 4, Haliburton Highlands OPP responded to 87 calls with issues including traffic complaints, neighbour disputes, domestic disputes and animal complaints. There were 23 vehicle collisions and three of those involved deer. O
On Jan. 26 to 27 the Minden Curling Club held its annual Winter Mixed Bonspiel. Sixteen teams from Minden, Haliburton and several Ontario clubs attended. The A Division winner was skipped by Evan Roitz (Minden), B winner by Kris Corbett (Collingwood), C w
On Feb.2 at approximately 9:20 p.m., officers from the Haliburton Highlands detachment of the OPP, with the assistance of the Algonquin Highlands fire department and Haliburton County Paramedic Services responded to a call pertaining to a side-by-side ve
Haliburton County council will stick with its plan of commissioning an implementation plan for a transportation service in the community, forgoing a grant opportunity from the Ministry of Transportation.
Both the boys and the girls Red Hawks curling teams advanced to the Gore Mutual Provincial High School Curling Championship finals by winning the double knock-out format regionals on Saturday, Feb. 3 at St. George s Golf and Country Club in Toronto.