Outlaw hoping to catch the attention of US…

By Darren LumRed Hawk takes passion for baseball to Muskoka … and, hopefully, beyondA former Red Hawk is working to fulfill his baseball dreams by attending the newly formed Muskoka Outlaws Baseball Academy.Seventeen-year-old Damon Harriss…

Get to know the Huskies: Ty Collins

By Alex Gallacher One of the most high profile additions to the Haliburton County Huskies 2022/23 roster is former Mississauga Steelhead Ty Collins. The player from Huntsville, Ontario played four seasons in the Ontario Hockey…

High speed spectacle promises to satisfy race fans

By Vivian CollingsThose with a need for speed can find a thrill in watching this weekend’s power boat races.The 6th annual RPM Outboard Power Boat Races are coming to Head Lake in Haliburton from Friday,…

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…

Red Hawks show their colours for Pride Week

By Darren Lum There is reason for optimism for the LGBTQIA2S+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and/or Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Two-Spirit) community after the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School’s (HHSS) Pride Week said organizers. One of…

Last Monarch returns home for induction honour

By Darren Lum Bob Beeney can’t imagine the life he has led without the Highlands. The 90-year-old is the lone survivor of the Minden Monarchs hockey team from the late-1950s. He is proud about his…

Hawks hold their own with best at COSSA

By Darren Lum A two-year layoff amped up the enthusiasm and put the Red Hawks track and field team in a position for success at the COSSA (Central Ontario Secondary School Association) Track and Field…

Junior Red Hawks advance to COSSA

By Vivian Collings Win or lose, success is found among those who take a challenge and face it as a team. In the pouring rain, the HHSS senior and junior girl’s soccer teams each played…

Joy in fulfilling a dream in Pain Court

Mission accomplished for Red Hawks doubles’ team with a strong work ethic to earn OFSAA berth By Darren Lum Ava Smith was beaming with pride about fulfilling a vow to earn an all-provincials berth recently,…

Women’s soccer league kicks off season

By Vivian Collings An ambitious new resident is eager to share her devoted passion for soccer with the community. Fitness trainer Kathy Judson moved to the area with her husband and twin daughters last summer,…

Flying the red and white well at OFSAA

Tidey and Smith’s love for game rewarded  By Darren Lum The Red Hawks senior girls’ doubles badminton team of Ava Smith and Emma Tidey played among the best, savouring the dream at the all-provincials last…

Minden Kin Club’s truck pull a go

By Sue Tiffin After a hugely successful ice racing event, the Minden Kin Club is ready to do it again – this time in warmer weather. The club has announced Minden’s annual truck pull and…

Haliburton Real Easy Ryders welcome new members

By Darren Lum Get rolling with the Haliburton Real Easy Ryders (HRER) this cycling season to meet new people who share a love and interest for riding. The recreational group of cyclists are encouraging new…

Huskies season ends in heartbreak

By Alex Gallacher The inaugural season for the Haliburton County Huskies ended in heartbreak Wednesday night, April 20 at the S.G. Nesbitt Memorial Arena in Minden. The 4-3 overtime loss to the visiting Cobourg Cougars…