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Police investigating Loon Lake death

Police are investigating the death of a 63-year-old woman in Dysart et al. On May 12, at around 3 p.m., Haliburton Highlands OPP was called to Loon Lake in response to a person in the…

Police investigating Loon Lake death

By Staff Police are investigating the death of a 63-year-old woman in Dysart et al. Yesterday [May 12] afternoon, at around 3 p.m., Haliburton Highlands OPP was called to Loon Lake in response to a…

Haliburton County Huskies to join OJHL for 2021/22…

By Mike Baker The Huskies are coming home to Haliburton County.Rumours of a Jr. A hockey franchise finding a home in the Highlands was confirmed last week, when the Ontario Junior Hockey League [OJHL] announced…

Landfill changes pose problems for construction industry

By Mike Baker Widespread changes recently introduced at five landfill sites in Dysart et al are going to have far-reaching negative impacts on the local construction industry, says the president of the Haliburton County Home…

Debate over Sam Slick Park continuing

By Darren Lum What’s in a name?Everything and nothing, apparently, when it comes to opinions about what to do about Sam Slick Park, following the last Cultural Resource Committee virtual meeting via Zoom on Friday,…

HSAD near full registration for summer

By Darren Lum The following are briefs from the last Cultural Resource Committee virtual meeting via Zoom on Friday, April 23. The next meeting is in June. Strong numbers for summer registration at the Haliburton…

Farmers’ Market essential, going ahead with season

By Darren Lum Whatever the Ontario government decides regarding the current stay-at-home order, set to run until May 20 as of press time, the Haliburton County Farmers’ Market, which is considered an “essential service,” is…

Residents disappointed by ‘newsletter’ delivery

By Darren Lum When Halbiem Crescent resident David Blodgett looked at the Druthers newsletter with the main headline, Pandemic of Fraud he was left in disbelief.“I look at it and I think how unfortunate that…

Highlands East woman charged with impaired driving

By Mike Baker Haliburton Highlands OPP has charged a 46-year-old Highlands East woman with impaired driving after she drove her vehicle into a ditch on May 2.While investigating an unrelated incident on Mountain St. in…

Up to 40 new internet towers to be…

By Chad Ingram The Eastern Ontario Regional Network’s cell gap project will see between 30 and 40 new communication towers constructed throughout Haliburton County and the entire project, which includes the construction of 300 new…