Skate park needs your votes

By Jenn Watt Haliburton Junction Skate Park needs onlinecommunity support if it is to win the grand prize in the Aviva Community Fundcompetition. Dysart et al has already been actively fundraisingto improve the skate park…

Teacher ensures Meet runs

By Darren Lum A local teacher was smiling speaking about how she ensured the 15 year tradition of the J. Douglas Hodgson Elementary School Cross-Country Meet last week was kept alive despite complications because of…

Martial arts tournament honours Chapman

By Sarah Vance Kai-Shin North Branch Haliburton’s Chito-Ryu Karate Club hosted its annual tournament on Sunday Oct. 4 at the A.J. LaRue Arena. It was a poignant meeting of martial artists from across the province…

More locals join GMHL Wolves

By Darren Lum The expansion Haliburton Wolves are adding to their pack with a few more locals that many will recognize from watching the Red Hawks and following the Highland Storm. Former Red Hawks forward…

Red Hawks get their ruck on

The Red Hawks varsity girls' rugby team faced stiff competition during the Haliburton home opener against the Lindsay Collegiate Vocational Institute Spartans on Thursday Oct. 1 at the Gary G. Brohman Athletic Field in Haliburton.…

Wolves maul visiting Blues

By Elijah Shark On Thursday night the Haliburton Wolves hit the ice at the A.J.LaRue Arena to face the Bracebridge Blues. Coming off a devastating loss to the Bradford bulls the night before (11-3) and…

Hawks score quickly beating Spartans 22 – 0

By Darren Lum There was more than enough bluster for everybody at the senior Red Hawksfootball game on Friday Oct. 2 as gale-like winds with bone-chillingeffects left everyone a little wanting of a long game…

Soccer not just about wins and losses

By Darren Lum No one likes a loss but the Red Hawks varsity soccer coach Bob Schmidt liked what he saw in his players in their game against the Cobourg Collegiate Institute Wolves this past…

Bantam A team crushes Muskoka Rock

The Pepper Mill Highland Storm Bantam A travelled to Port Carling Sunday afternoon to meet with the Muskoka Rock. The Storm walked away with a 6-0 win a nice confidence boost for the team. The…

Surfer sets goal for shortboard success

By Darren Lum Eagle Lake resident Pablo Bonilla is looking to a promising future after winning the long board event at the Canadian Surfing Championship from May 30 to 31 in Tofino, British Columbia. Bonilla…

Striking at team goals for success

The Red Hawks junior soccer players run for a loose ball in a throw-in drill during a practice on Wednesday April 29 at the Gary G. Brohman Athletic Field in Haliburton. The juniors and seniors…