Haliburton Highlands OPP say a southbound SUV collided with a female pedestrian near the intersection of Victoria Street and Maple Avenue at about 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 9. Police and emergency crews attended the scene.
Wes Baker was three months short of his 18th birthday when he signed up for duty in the Great War. The date was Dec. 3, 1915, and in far off France, the war that many thought would end three months after it began was still raging in the muddy no-man s l
On Nov. 11, 1918, church bells rang out to mark the end of the First World War. One hundred years later, countries around the world including Canada will be coming together to again ring bells to mark the sacrifices made, the lives lost and the toll take
Indigenous author Richard Wagamese once wrote that the Huron word Kanata, from which the word Canada comes, along with meaning village, could also mean one fire that people gather around to share stories of their lives.
A comprehensive report detailing what substance use looks like in Haliburton County and how harms associated with substance use are being addressed in the region was presented by Cathy MacDonald, substances and harm reduction co-ordinator ...
The cold weather is here, and the leaves are falling. There s no dodging it anymore: Winter is on its way. As a woman left with physical disabilities after a stroke when I was 22, winter is a challenging time for me.
Tegan Legge was honoured and excited to go on stage to accept the Sustainable Tourism Award on behalf of Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve along with Malcolm Cockwell, managing director, at the Ontario Tourism Awards of Excellence Gala ...
Highlands East environmental supervisor Stewart Hurd was surprised to receive a letter from Waste Connections of Canada noting that the municipality could face additional fees for contaminated recycling ...
Haliburton County Development Corporation continues to have the largest investment fund of the 269 Community Futures Development Corporations in Canada, attendees of the annual general meeting heard on Oct. 11 at Camp Wanakita.
Set against the backdrop of trees and surrounded by the song of birds, sits a 2,500-square-foot well-cared-for back-split bungalow. After the leaves fall in autumn, the property on Ridgeview Road has an expansive view of the northwest side of Haliburton.
Getting four-time world champion off-road motorcycle rider David Knight to come to this year s Corduroy Enduro is all part of a plan to raise the profile of the annual race held in the Gooderham area, said event chairman Blair Sharpless.
Under the practised hand of artist Mary Pal, the fibres of cheesecloth look remarkably like the wrinkles on the weathered face of a lighthouse keeper. They can also look like the scales of a fish, the mane of a horse, or the bark of a tree.
Andy Campbell and his accomplishments through the Haliburton County Development Corporation were celebrated on June 15 when the Pinestone Resort and Conference Centre filled with well-wishers for the executive director of HCDC as he retired.
There may not be any OFSAA (Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations) championship medals from which the Red Hawks senior doubles badminton team of Ben Schmidt and Owen Patterson-Smith will be able to look at with nostalgia years after ...
Volunteer Week is April 15 to 21. The Haliburton Highlands is fortunate to have many hundreds (if not thousands) of volunteers rolling up their sleeves and doing the difficult work of making the community shine.