Cottager Molly Ferguson has been known for much of her life for the work she and her late husband Bob did on their Little Glamor Lake property. Their groundbreaking log cottage, complete with what is believed to be the first green roof in Canada, caught t
Even though there are signs at public boat launches warning of invasive species including the spiny water flea, it is hard to appreciate the damage this tiny organism can do until you comprehend its impact on the ecosystems of our lakes. Anyone who apprec
Lea Kitler is incredibly thankful for the magnificent life she has on her hilltop organic farm near Highland Grove, which is not surprisingly called Magnificent Hill. She is also a local real estate agent for Royal Lepage Frank Real Estate in Bancroft.
Optimism is still high with the Red Hawks senior girls soccer team despite a 2-0 loss to the visiting Fenelon Falls Secondary School Falcons on Wednesday, May 11 at the Gary G. Brohman Athletic Field in Haliburton.
Haliburton County could be welcoming a refugee family from Syria as early as this summer.
Last week the Haliburton Refugee Sponsorship Committee confirmed a family of 10, consisting of two parents and eight children, would be moving to the community.
The Head Lake Grill owner and operator Diana Gomes provided a luncheon to the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School senior boys basketball team for being a second family to her and her son, Travis Carroll, who played for the team since Grade 10.
He s all of 25 years old and has already played for Canada more times than many of his teammates.
Haliburton s Matt Duchene and centre for the NHL s Colorado Avalanche is once again wearing the maple leaf and the red and white, representing Canada at the