European trip gives students somber view of war
HUNTSVILLE – An educational battlefield tour of Europe put armed conflict into perspective for a group of Huntsville High School Students.
Dying with dignity: Palliative care helps maintain quality of life
HUNTSVILLE – After 36 years of marriage a rare diagnosis would change their happily ever after into a future of uncertainty.
Girl Guides earn Canada Cords for dedication
HUNTSVILLE – Two young women were recognized for outstanding achievements at the Girl Guides of Canada Huntsville unit advancement ceremony...
Beading workshops for aboriginal social justice
HUNTSVILLE – There is an art movement afoot in the name of social justice.
Mayor has a new son
The Bracebridge mayor and his family welcomed a new addition to their home – a baby boy.
Murder victim honoured
BRACEBRIDGE - Lindsay Wilson is officially a university graduate.
“There was never any doubt that she had completed the requirements of the...
Dyslexic tutor receives jubilee award for literary work
GRAVENHURST - Jo Cryderman hasn’t watched TV since the last winter Olympics. Instead, she uses her time to read and teach others to read.
Yellow fish take over
BRACEBRIDGE - Yellow fish are swimming on Muskoka’s streets.
Celebrating 25th Anniversary - Free gifts every Thursday!
Thursdays, 9am -2pm
May 23 - October...
By Friends of the Haliburton County Public Library
Thursdays May 30 - Sep 26, 2013
Blues Music at the Rene M Caisse Theatre. $20 for tickets. All ages welcome.
The Barrelhouse Poets...
The Market runs each Saturday, 8:30 to 1pm from the Victoria Day long weekend in May, until the...