The HHSS Wrestling Team returned to the mat on Feb. 8 to compete at the Uxbridge Secondary School Wrestling Tournament. More than 250 athletes from the COSSA and Durham regions attended the event. This competition was intense.
On the eve of Jan. 27 I finally made it to a Homemade Stew concert, the annual celebration of local musicians presented by the Haliburton County Folk Society. Held at the Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, this fifth edition was dedicated to the t
For many individuals, grieving the loss of a loved one can be a painfully lonely experience.
Starting this month, Haliburton Highlands Health Services is launching a pair of grief support groups designed to help people cope with this type of profound s
I discovered a writer last year that I really loved. Fredrik Backman lives in Sweden and he has written four novels to date, debuting in 2012 with A Man Called Ove. The Haliburton County Public Library has all four novels as well as the movie version of
A dominant performance at the Kawartha playoff qualifier on Tuesday, Feb. 8 by the Red Hawks senior girls volleyball team was nearly undone by an unorthodox offence executed by the Brock Bulldogs, said Hawks coach Dan Gimon.
A new executive compensation plan for four positions in the Haliburton Highlands Health Services received initial draft approval from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and was made available online on Feb. 5 for public review.
Investigating tents and travel trailers parked on vacant property has been a never-ending task in Highlands East according to the region s bylaw enforcement officer, who suggested enacting a tent and trailer bylaw to deal with the issue.
Parents and caregivers would not have been surprised to see Abbey Gardens Gathering Place fill with a crowd of kids interested in the Paws, Poop and Other Animal Signs workshop. After all, from emojis to children s books, poop is popular.
Demand for services at the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre has gone up in recent months with the Me Too movement, which has shone a bright light on sexual assault and harassment through several high profile cases in the national and international media.
A climate survey used to gauge where there might be strengths or a need for improvement throughout the school district showed that a quarter of the students in the Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB)...