The concept of a selfie has been around for hundreds of years.
While the word just made its way into the Oxford dictionary in recent years, selfies have existed in other forms, most notably the self portrait.
Wildlife photographer Ron Goodlin is bringing the Arctic to the Highlands with his multimedia presentation Da Bears on May 13 at 7 p.m. at the Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association Fish Hatchery, located on Gelert Road in Haliburton.
Darren Gilmour, the newest doctor at the Haliburton Highlands Family Health Team, is excited to be embarking on a new career and welcomes the opportunity that life in the Highlands offers him and his young family.
Following months of an ongoing battle between the Trilliums Lakelands District School Board and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation District 15, the school board has now gone to the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
Whether you knew it or not, for the last 40 years, Brad Sales has put his name behind his company, Cordell Carpet. The alliterative mainstay of home improvement in Haliburton is actually Sales s middle name, Cordell.
Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB) has launched a community engagement campaign called Your Voice Matters to help gain a better understanding of what is important to parents, staff, students, and community members
When given the chance Sir Richard of Rotary stood tall among the other gallant robots competing at the 2016 FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Stronghold robotics competition.
Butterflies and beautiful music shared the stage at the Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion last week as young and not so young music students from across the county performed in the 19th annual Haliburton Highlands Music Festival.
Haliburton artist Shelley Beach was awarded the Toronto Watercolour Society s Gold Level of Distinction for being juried into 35 shows, and was awarded a gold medal for Juror s Choice for Best in Show.
A retired fish and wildlife specialist with the Ministry of Natural Resources, Gillespie has taken home dozens of ribbons from Canadian and international woodcarving competitions and he is hoping for a similar result next week, when he heads to Maryland