Off-road vehicles, including side-by-side ATVs, will be permitted on Haliburton County roads as council amends the municipality’s bylaws in the wake of regulation changes by the province.
A sustainable two-family dwelling to be exact. Far from any ordinary house, the new units meant for housing forest workers, are being designed and built as the practical project for Fleming College’s Sustainable Building program.
Cpl. Jarrett Donaldson, 24, who grew up in Harcourt reflects on sentry duty at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Haliburton County will borrow approximately $3.6 million from Crown corporation Infrastructure Ontario (IO) to pay for some large projects.
Tony Clement, president of the Treasury Board and MP for Parry Sound-Muskoka, was at Haliburton School of the Arts on Monday to make a funding announcement for Fleming College.
It may be months or years before Scott Rae is back on his feet, but the lifelong Haliburton resident and Hydro One employee is determined to get there.
The Haliburton Highlands Land Trust is pleased to announce that effective immediately, Patrick Kennedy will assume the management of the Land Trust operations as its executive director, as well as responsibility for implementing the organization’s strategic plan.
As renovations continue for the Lloyd Watson Centre, council approved a budget of more than $20,000 to have a new hood fan designed and installed in the kitchen of the community centre June 22.
Kicking off the Highlands Summer Festival this summer is Lend Me A Tenor, the award-winning farce by Ken Ludwig.
Vice-principal David Waito contemplated the use of the word commencement – to begin or start something – as the name for the ceremony recognizing the end of high school at the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School graduation ceremonies June 24.
The Haliburton Highlands Land Trust is pleased to announce that effective immediately, Patrick Kennedy will assume the management of the land trust operations as its executive director, as well as responsibility for implementing the organization’s strategic plan.
A steady all day rain did little to stop the young participants of Bike Fest 2 from having an unforgettable experience riding the trails on Friday, June 12 at the Buckwallow Cycling Centre in Gravenhurst.
A large contingency of the student population of Wilberforce Elementary School said goodbye to their classmates and teachers at the Grade 8 graduation ceremony on June 23.
By Darren Lum For first time Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations championship competitor Kenndal Marsden it was all a little daunting. The Red Hawks ...
By Darren Lum Hello and goodbye: these were the prevailing themes of the night at the 37 annual Haliburton Highlands Secondary School Athletic Banquet on ...
By Darren Lum It was far from Ryan Hill’s personal best, but he was still smiling days after his 24th placing in the senior javelin ...
A bronze medal performance in the senior boys’ javelin event at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) East Regional competition is sending Red Hawks javelin thrower Ryan Hill to Toronto this week to compete against the best in the province.
Submitted by Brian Daoust As we prepare for the upcoming Ontario Senior Games Association (OSGA) 55+ regional games to be held in Midland this Aug. ...
One of my favourite songs, by Dave Gunning, is called These Hands. In the song he asks over and over again “what shall I do with these hands of mine… the world could use a hero of the human kind…so tell me what shall I do with these hands of mine?”
June and summer are coming our way in this paradise that we call home in the Highlands.
Highlands East recently created a new advisory committee, one that would look at “developing and enhancing the fire department,” according to the township’s chief administrative officer; its meetings will not be open to the public.
I recently returned from a three-day silent meditation retreat. There were no books, journals or technology for the duration.
For anyone to suggest the Haliburton Highlands is doing poorly when it comes to culinary tourism is untrue and unfair.
By Jenn Watt Local upper and lower tier municipalities have been passing bylaws one-by-one allowing side-by-side all-terrain vehicles on their roads. Following provincial legislation changes ...
Local OPP are warning residents about a new threat: the tax scam.
By Angelica Blenich Growing up in southern Ontario, some of my favourite weeks of the summer were those spent at camp. From a young age ...