Isaac Little named Male Athlete of the Year

Submitted The Halls Island Artist Residency Committee is thrilled that the new and innovative program in Haliburton County is up and running.  The first artist to stay at Halls Island Artist Residency, Ryan Kasperowitsch, completed…

Emma Casey named Female Athlete of the Year

  By Darren Lum   Emma Casey couldn’t hold back the tears when she learned she was named the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School’s Female Athlete of the Year. Casey learned the good news online from…

Hawks rink crowned provincial champions 

The Haliburton Highlands Secondary School’s boys curling team are provincial champions capturing the Ontario School Curling Provincial Championship with a dramatic finish in an extra end final shot by skip Jacob Dobson. The Red Hawks…

Hawks lose but will play again

It was a victory for the Red Hawks hockey team to have played in light of the Trillium Lakelands District School Board’s decision to cancel extracurriculars during school hours. Coach Jason Morissette said the team…

Sr Hawks contain Bulldogs in home opener

Everyone got what they wanted from the Red Hawks senior boys’ basketball home opener against the Brock High School Bulldogs on Thursday, Dec. 5 in Haliburton.   The hometown fans went home happy and proud…

Wildcats steal Red Hawks' joy 

When the Red Hawks Grade 12 player Paul Turner tied the game 3-3 with a little more than three minutes left it buoyed hopes for a comeback against the visiting I.E. Weldon Wildcats. With a…

Red Hawks looking to be a contender 

Even though the Red Hawks senior girls’ volleyball team lost a core group of players from its Central Ontario Secondary School Associations championship finalist team head coach Steve Smith isn’t lowering expectations this year. Last…

Hawks take the kick out of the Mustangs

By Darren Lum Everything went right for the Red Hawks boys’ hockey team in their home and season opener. With a buy-out for the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School there were plenty of hometown fans and…

Two titles for Koehler at dryland dog race

By Sue Tiffin Karen Koehler is a national champion and so is Buncho. The pair Koehler a world-class skijoring athlete living in Carnarvon and Buncho a three-year-old German shorthaired pointer picked up titles at the…

Hawks soar past Saints in season 

By Darren Lum The Red Hawks ended the 2019 Kawartha High School Football League season on a high note dominating the visiting Saints of St. Peter Catholic Secondary School to the tune of 28-7. It…

Home opener ends with pair of ties for…

By Darren Lum The varsity girls’ field hockey team took the energy generated from the spirit rally on Thursday to the pitch and finished the day with a pair of draws worth two points. The…

Heaven to compete in national kayaking championships 

By Darren Lum When recent Haliburton Highlands Secondary School graduate Coleman Heaven speaks about his interest in kayaking it goes back to love: for the sport and for his father. He started whitewater kayaking several…

The Minden Experience revs up the fun

By Sue Tiffin When The Minden Experience adventure fun park opened last Saturday a steady stream of visitors came in to meet new owners Alisa and John Dermott and take a look around the revitalized…