What are missing are two of Bateman’s paintings, stolen from the family cottage on Lake Boshkung during a break and enter in 2003.
The Haliburton County Paramedic Service will be getting a new electronic patient care record system.
Haliburton County’s roads could gradually become more bicycle-friendly, with the municipality planning to include shoulder treatment in its ongoing roads projects.
The County Swimming Pool Initiative is looking for leadership and vision from the municipality and they are looking for it now.
When Pat Hemphill met Gerry Hogaboam at the Rails End Gallery during the members show the two artists struck up a conversation that eventually led to a partnership. Two different types of artists, the pair will be sharing space in the upcoming Tour De Forest taking place Aug. 2 and 3.
From Monday, July 21 to Saturday, July 26, the Fleming College Haliburton School of the Arts held the iron and glass collaboration course as one of the summer class offerings.
It was more than a perfect day for the Matt Duchene Gold Medal Golf Classic, as it helped raise $65,000 for the Haliburton Highlands Health Services Palliative Centre on Thursday at the Pinestone Resort and Conference Centre.
First and foremost, I have to begin by wishing this wonderful community a very happy 150th birthday – there can be no doubt it looks amazing for its years!
Officers from the Haliburton Highlands detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police continue in their efforts to get impaired drivers off the roads and lakes.
More than 30 fire rangers from the Haliburton area have been deployed to Western Canada and the Northwest Territories to help contain wild fires.
The Sir Sam’s Ski and Bike resort is fostering a love for mountain biking with its Skills Camps this summer.
Local wakeboarders Jacob Bishop and Gavin Hicks are getting anxious to showcase their skills for family, friends and the public when the Sharpley Source for Sports Provincial Championships is held in Haliburton for July 12.
Matt Duchene Day is for the community and the children of Haliburton, said the man of the hour.
From the rookie to the veteran, the Red Hawks were represented well at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations Track and Field Championship at Mississauga’s St. Marcellinus Secondary School from June 5 to 7.
Perennial gold medal threat Charlene Hicks led the Red Hawks with a gold in the senior triple jump at the Central Ontario Secondary School Athletics track and field meet Thursday at Bruce Faulds Track and Field Complex in Belleville.
Haliburton’s Kai-Shin North Branch Karate Club has been a fixture of the village’s downtown core for 14 years.
The following are HHSS sports briefs for the week of May 5 to 9.
Haliburton’s Matt Duchene needs votes to make the cover for the upcoming EA Sports NHL15 video game.
The storm might have held off, but Brock struck for six goals against the Red Hawks senior girls’ soccer team this past Thursday at the Gary G. Brohman Athletic Field in Haliburton.
In less than a year, more than 1,000 people will flock to the Highlands to participate in the 2015 Ontario 55+ Winter Games from Feb. 17 to 19, and this time organizers have prepared a decidedly Haliburton County experience for them.
I recently attended a yoga workshop about yoga and having a good night’s sleep.
By Gail Stelter Come to Town Tuesdays. Come to Haliburton Village. Come for the farmers’ market from noon to 4 p.m. Come for the Haliburton ...
My friend and I are “bug widows.” This term was coined by another friend last weekend as we headed off to attend Mariposa Folk Festival in Orillia.
Another provincial election has come and gone and Ontarians are looking at four years of rule by a very unexpected Liberal majority government.
I recently walked the Sculpture Forest over the at the college in the early morning and found myself contemplating our capacity as human beings for being creative.
On Aug. 9, the town of Haliburton will be celebrating 150 years since its founding in 1864.
On the list of political requests for the Oct. 27 municipal election, one of the easiest to fulfill and cheapest to enact would be enhanced recreation opportunities in Dysart et al.
Over the past few months, the Echo and Times have been running profile pieces about the lives of seniors in Hyland Crest and Highland Wood.