Former South African president and anti-Apartheid leader Nelson Mandela has died, South African President Jacob Zuma announced.
The 2013 hunger report from the Ontario Association of Food Banks is a grim glimpse
Amy Deagle has had many different careers, and she’s only 29.The former nurse, midwife, business owner and consultant shared her story and insight to entrepreneurs in Haliburton.
There’s room to grow said the senior Red Hawks basketball coach following a season opening 43-15 loss to the Lindsay Collegiate Vocational Institute Spartans in Haliburton on Wednesday, Nov. 27.
The Red Hawks hockey team found the win column against the visiting I.E. Weldon Secondary School Wildcats after two straight ties to start the season.
Finding the silver lining in a home opener loss is easy with this season’s junior basketball team.
From spicy to sweet, there was a gamut of musical flavours served up at the launch of Homemade Stew, a compilation CD from the Haliburton County Folk Society.
To the Editor, I do believe in shopping locally as it keeps money in our town and keeps local people employed.
To the Editor, “Let them eat cake!” the queen of France replied when the poverty of the French peasants was revealed to her before the French Revolution.
To the Editor, Recently we had B&B guests visiting from Bracebridge for a minor hockey tournament.
IT’S DECEMBER AND time for me to get going - going to shop local.
I WALKED INTO THE shed with my hat in hand and snow down the back of my collar.
LAST WEEK HALIBURTON County won the lottery.
The long awaited premiere of There’s Something In The Water is being screened at the Canadian National Pond Hockey Championships in Head Lake Park.
Last week Haliburton County received more than $700,000 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation through seven grants for local organizations.
A total of $4,090 was raised for the Haliburton Highlands Health Services Foundation through an art fundraiser initiated by Highlands cottager Don Ross.