Dreams were big and kept coming throughout a two-hour recreation meeting at the Haliburton Highlands Museum on March 6.
The Haliburton County Farmers Market is gearing up for another season, with organizers revelling in a successful event in 2013.
Jamie Schmale, chief of staff for MP Barry Devolin, will toss his hat in the proverbial ring for the Conservative candidacy for Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock in the 2015 federal election.
There was no confusion about how residents in Harcourt feel about a military testing and research site being proposed for the area during a public planning meeting on March 3 at the Haliburton Legion.
It’s a year of firsts for the Red Hawks boys’ hockey team following their top ranking in the league.
He sports a full, thick beard, eyes like the winter blue sky, weathered skin from the blistering, whipping, winds he faced and long brown hair, wild, like the landscape of the Yukon.
Dubbed the “House that History Built” in a 2006 Echo article, time has written a new chapter for the building that stands on the corner of Maple Avenue and Mountain Street.
If huskies could smile this winter would have given them something to grin about.
Haliburton’s bid to become Hockeyville came up short.
You can now send in your best guess as to when the last chunk of ice will melt in Haliburton’s Head Lake.
Special Olympics athlete Trevor Brauer has learned much from his time on the county’s Red Wolves team.
Hockey lives in Haliburton.
The outdoors association will be cooking up a bit of everything on March 15 for their annual Wild Game Dinner at the Haliburton Legion. Buffalo, wild boar, elk, moose, deer and fish are some of the meats the association will have on offer at the fundraiser
Red Hawks wrestler Matt Pheaton is brimming with confidence going into the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations championships from March 5 to 6 in Brampton.
Hawks girls' hockey team loss doesn't stop advancement
Storm teams take shots at post-season
The Red Hawks snowboarding team was led by a bronze performance by the Red Hawks girls’ snowboarding team at the Ontario Federation of School Athletics Associations on Feb. 27 at the Mansfield Ski Club.
It might not have been a podium finish, but it didn’t have to be for success.
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HALIBURTON VILLAGE IS a happening place and it seems every week we learn of something new on the horizon. The Haliburton Village BIA executive was pleased to welcome Alex Bell to the February meeting and to learn about an upcoming exciting community Halloween event: Haliburton Apocolypse and Terror in the Highlands.
FOUR YEARS AGO, during the last municipal election, building a public pool for the people of Haliburton County was a hot topic. There were few candidates who would openly admit they didn’t like the idea.
I AM WRITING THIS ahead of Saturday night’s Business and Community Achievement awards put on by the Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce.