On Friday, April 11, between 1 to 2 p.m. an incident took place at the town docks in the village of Haliburton. A young female was ...
Haliburton County politicians are panning the final report from the steering committee on OPP costs compiled by the Association of Municipalities of Ontario.
An educational facility, a site for astronomy, observing nature or horseback riding. These are just some of the many ideas people have for what could be done on Greens Mountain, an area of Crown land just south of Gooderham.
Watermark, an epic trip around the world visiting 10 countries and hearing 20 stories about water, will be a part of this year's Doc(k) Day at the Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion on April 12.
Ontario’s oldest demographic is bearing the brunt of bad health-care decisions regarding bed reductions in hospitals and underfunded home care, a report by two unions says.
The Haliburton Echo was honoured with a first place finish for general excellence in its circulation category at the Ontario Community Newspaper Association awards gala in Vaughan on April 4.
Exactly how much does it cost to operate the Haliburton Highlands OPP detachment? No one seems to know.
It all came together for the Highland Storm Bantam A team in what became a historic year and an incredible end with golden proportions.
Armatec Survivability, the company hoping to create an armour-testing site in Harcourt, has decided to take their plans to another community.
On Sunday, April 27, SIRCH Community Services is excited to host our 10th anniversary Hike for Hospice at the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School in Haliburton, as well as celebrate an amazing milestone, of providing 20 years of hospice services to residents of Haliburton County.
Darlene Buckingham and Shawn Arscott thought they were leaving nuclear power and uranium behind when they moved their lives from Pickering to Tory Hill in 2006.
He never suspected he would win, let alone have his family there to share the joy.
It’s hard to ignore the enthusiasm felt by the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School (HHSS) Red Hawks Robotics Team following their inaugural experience at the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) from March 26 to 29 at Nipissing University in North Bay.
The J. Douglas Hodgson Elementary School Jaguars intermediate girls basketball team finished third at the Intermediate Girls Zone Basketball Tournament on Tuesday at Archie Stouffer Elementary School (ASES) in Minden.
Back in August 2013 we selected 17 players to embark on a journey that would take us to the OMHA finals ending March 29th 2014 as our final destination.
The junior Red Hawks badminton team is looking good.
The challenge is only starting for the 16 Red Hawks senior badminton players who advanced to the Kawartha qualifier after a successful pre-qualifying tournament on Tuesday, April 1 at Fenelon Falls Secondary School.
The Haliburton Highlands Secondary School figure skating team skated strongly at the Eastern Ontario High School Invitational skating competition.
The Armatec proposal, whether it was right or wrong for Harcourt and the county, revealed a deeper concern in this community – the future of economic development and community growth.
Volunteers don’t do it for the recognition.
What a game. The Highland Storm Bantam team left no one wondering who deserved to win it all Saturday night at the Dysart arena.