Barrie Martin is a champion. The tourism advocate for Haliburton County walked up to the stage on the evening of Nov. 22 with the Queen anthem We are the Champions blaring over the loudspeaker as he accepted the Tourism Champion of the Year Award at the O
A new program from the Central East Community Care Access Centre is aiming to mitigate traffic at emergency rooms through a telehomecare program that allows patients with heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) to practise self-moni
Transportation projects are possible in rural communities as long as they have government support, are created through partnerships and have the community in mind, the audience heard at the inaugural Haliburton Highlands Transportation Summit on Nov. 15 a
On many Mondays in the spring and fall of 2015 Baked and Battered was packed to the brim with customers. Transformed to a French bistro or a Russian eatery, students in SIRCH s Cook It Up program greeted guests, waited tables and served appetizers, entree
Fleming College staff member Wendy Ladurantaye had just received an email about nominations for the Brian Desbiens award when Sean Pennylegion walked through the big red doors of the Haliburton campus building.
Janet Trull has been immersed in small town life for as long as she can remember. Her father owned the hardware store in the small town of Dunnville where she grew up and she has been a seasonal resident of Haliburton County since she was young. The exper
In front of the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School on the windy shore of Head Lake, Logan McCready-DeBruin, a tall and lanky senior with shoulder length brown hair, tied at the back, and a sparsely grown moustache is excited about being able to live ou
For Mike Jaycock, the Christmas Shindig does exactly what any holiday event should. Building community, celebrating the holidays, bringing joy, reaching out and boosting a local charity are all in the recipe that makes the Shindig so popular.
The Storm spent the weekend in Elmvale and attended the Brian English Memorial Tournament. It began late Friday against the Listowel Cyclones, which was an entertaining game and a 7-5 win for the Storm.