In his first book The Lost 10 Point Night – Searching for my Hockey Hero–Jim Harrison, David Ward will take you back to his childhood when the NHL had few billboard-like advertisements and its players (with helmet-less heads) had long hair and bushy moustaches.
There are many SIRCH programs you can help during the upcoming holiday season.
On Nov. 29 Lorraine McNeil will join Mike Jaycock, in character as Dame Beatrice, for the inaugural Highlands Christmas Shindig at the Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion.
It’s shaping up to be a sidesplitting season at the Highlands Summer Festival.
At one time, bullying could only be done in person, now with the Internet and cellphone apps, students can be reached anywhere at any time by cruel messages.
While 44 per cent of eligible voters in Dysart et al turned out to cast their ballots on Oct. 27, engagement by ward was vastly different.
Deciding what a network for the performing arts in rural communities might look like was the goal at the SPARC Network Summit, held Nov. 14 and 15 at the Bonnie View Inn.
On Nov. 1 Jeff Pinkney’s debut fictional novel, Soapstone Signs, was published and is available at the Haliburton County Public Library.
Free food, fun games, Christmas music and a visit with Santa are in store for anyone visiting the Haliburton Rotary Club’s Community Christmas and Skating Party on Friday, Dec. 5.
Haliburton’s Jack Bush and Elaine Bell enjoyed a once-in-a-lifetime thrill when they and Jack’s children met in Ottawa to visit a spectacular retrospective of his father’s artwork at the National Gallery of Canada.
The success of making a robot for the FIRST Robotics Challenge (FRC) depends upon the support of the community, the original members of the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School Red Hawks Robotics Team say.
Very little is left of the Great Haliburton Feed Company at 175 Industrial Park Road, which burned to the ground Nov. 13.
Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock MPP Laurie Scott is asking the province to create an all-party committee to review and improve legislation dealing with sexual harassment in Ontario workplaces.
The following are Highland Storm hockey games from the past week.
About the only thing not shaking from the frigid temperatures at the Halloween Kawartha tier II semi-final game was the resolve of the Red Hawks junior football team, who were focused and manhandled the visiting Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School Hurricanes to the tune of a 40-7 win during cold and wet conditions at the Gary G. Brohman Athletic Field last Friday.
The undefeated Red Hawks varsity A field hockey team made short work of the second place Crestwood Secondary School Mustangs beating them 4-nil on Wednesday, Oct. 8 in Haliburton.
Hawks busy on the pitch.
The best thing to do when you play the top team in the Kawartha Soccer League is to take note, said Red Hawks senior soccer team coach Rob Gervais.
By Janet Trull No birds, no bees, no leaves on trees. You must remember, this is November. During my years as a teacher, I taught ...
I knew nothing about zombies except that a couple of really great moms that I know are zombies and go to events with their sons.
I know that you know Halloween is Oct. 31 but did you also know that Hali-ween is Nov. 1?
I screamed so loud you would have thought there was an intruder in my place. And in a way, there was.
By Chad Ingram An interesting point was raised during the Highlands East all-candidates debate last week. Well, several interesting points were raised – like whether ...
By Jenn Watt For most people, even those who are interested in politics and governance, there are other things to do besides vote in a ...
By Angelica Blenich It wasn’t long before I could see the pride in Diane’s eyes. Born and raised in Haliburton County, Diane had thought about ...
It has been 100 years since the beginning of the First World War. No veterans remain from that conflict, which is estimated to have killed 16 million soldiers and civilians and scarred a generation.