Winsley celebrates history of printmaking

By Sue Tiffin Meggan Winsley has certainly made her mark on Toronto.The Haliburton-raised artist is drawing attention downtown in the city, her work being featured at the intersection of Queen Street West and Portland Street.Winsley…

Winsley celebrates history of printmaking

By Sue Tiffin Meggan Winsley has certainly made her mark on Toronto.The Haliburton-raised artist is drawing attention downtown in the city, her work being featured at the intersection of Queen Street West and Portland Street.Winsley…

Finding the threads that binds us all

By Darren Lum Earlier this month, students at the Cardiff Elementary School and Wilberforce Elementary School learned about the important role nature plays during the year for Indigenous people, particularly during the holiday season.Led by…

Province announces $350K in new tourism funding

By Sue Tiffin Much-anticipated provincial funding to support the tourism region that includes the Haliburton Highlands was announced last Monday, Dec. 7, with $350,000 awarded to Ontario’s Highlands Tourism Organization to help offer relief to…

BIA, Lions Club calling on community to help…

By Mike Baker Two local organizations are encouraging area residents to help keep the Christmas spirit alive in Haliburton this festive season.The Haliburton and District Lions Club is teaming up with the Haliburton Village Business…

Journey of 1000 Miles starts with one step

By Darren LumWinterdance Dogsled Tours’ Hank DeBruin and Tanya McCready don’t believe in failure. There are only setbacks.Ever since they quit their jobs 20 years ago, the couple have followed their passion for the outdoors…

Highlands Christmas Shindig set to warm homes

By Sue Tiffin The seventh annual Highlands Christmas Shindig is gearing up to warm the homes of residents throughout the county, both in supporting Fuel for Warmth’s efforts to alleviate heating challenges during the winter…

Fleming residence planned for Glebe Park

By Sue TiffinA long-talked-about student residence for Haliburton’s Fleming College could be making its home in Glebe Park.In a council meeting held virtually on Oct. 26, Maureen Adamson, Fleming College president; Sandra Dupret, vice-president, student…

Hike Haliburton winter edition gets goahead

By Chad IngramHaliburton County councillors are supporting going ahead with snowshoe festival Hike Haliburton: Winter Edition this February.Last February saw the inaugural winter version of the county’s popular Hike Haliburton Festival, the latter typically taking…