Health unit board supports vulnerable person alert
Health unit board supports vulnerable person alert

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Health unit board supports vulnerable person alert

By Sue Tiffin A few days after a community-wide search for a Lindsay boy ended in tragedy, the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District health unit board unanimously agreed to ask public health agencies throughout the…

County updated on cell gap project progress

By Sue Tiffin Construction has started on six of approximately 265 new tower sites, with 20 new tower builds expected to occur this year across the eastern region of the province as part of the…

Alleway and Gervais lead the way at ASES

By Sue Tiffin School’s out for summer, and when Archie Stouffer Elementary School students return, they’ll see familiar faces in new positions.  Current vice-principal Mike Gervais has been appointed ASES principal and current Trillium Lakelands…

Point in Time gives local children a sense…

By Vivian Collings The Point in Time annual general meeting on June 21 was a night full of thanks for the staff, board members, and community members that have allowed the organization to help local…

Eat, play, and stay at the Rockcliffe Moore…

By Vivian Collings The Rockcliffe bar, restaurant, and hotel is making a momentous comeback on July 1, but not in downtown Minden. Owners of the Rockcliffe recently purchased what was formerly the Summerkiss Restaurant in…

Grant money helps Minden Curling Club add new…

By Stephen Petrick You may want to hurry, hurry hard down to the Minden Curling Club this summer to check out its new features. The club, located at 50 Prentice St., has new amenities which…

AH moves to four-day work week

By Sue Tiffin After the upcoming Canada Day long weekend, Algonquin Highlands township staff will begin trialling a compressed work week, making long weekends a weekly option. Algonquin Highlands council supported the eight-month trial, which…

Veteran MPP Scott expected to provide leadership at…

By Stephen Petrick The work of Ontario’s Legislative Assembly is still on pause, after being dissolved in May for the spring provincial election, but Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock’s Member of Provincial Parliament was called to Queen’s Park…

Canada Day in the Highlands

By Vivian Collings Canada Day celebration laughter, music, and fireworks will be heard far and wide across the county on July 1. With festivities taking place all over the county in Minden, West Guilford, and…

HHOA welcomes new fish hatchery manager

The Haliburton Highlands Outdoor Association is pleased to announce that David Poirier has volunteered to manage the association’s fish hatchery. Poirier takes over for Randy Charter, who managed the hatchery operations for the last seven…

A ‘dream’ come true for Minden teen

By Vivian Collings Tathan McCutcheon’s biggest dream was to build a basketball court, and it was made possible this spring with a little help from his friends. The Sunshine Foundation of Canada recently granted Tathan…

Co-ed soccer kicks-off in Haliburton County

By Grace Oborne For Chris Carere, the game of soccer is about fun and inclusivity.  Two years ago, Carere was a member of the Haliburton Soccer Club. However, due to peak COVID-19 times, it became…