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Haliburton County may soon have a CT scan machine

Haliburton Highlands Health Services (HHHS) is looking into the possibility of bringing a CT scan machine to Haliburton County. "HHHS had planned to include the addition of a CT scan machine as part of our master planning process,” said Carolyn Plummer, president & CEO of HHHS. “We know it would...

COVID-19 Outbreak on Lower Level of Hyland Crest Long-Term Care Declared Over

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge (HKPR) District Health Unit has ended the COVID-19 outbreak on the lower level of the Hyland Crest Long-Term Care Home. A total of 17 residents and 5 staff were affected during the outbreak, which was declared on December 16. Regular activities for Hyland Crest home...

Opioid Overdose Alert Issued for our area

An opioid overdose alert has been issued for the City of Kawartha Lakes, County of Haliburton, and Northumberland County after a noticeable increase in overdoses over the past 30 days. “The recent increase in overdoses is troubling, so we’re issuing the alert to inform the community to take precautions,” says...

One dead in Algonquin Highlands ATV crash

A 43 year old Dysart man is dead after an ATV collision in Algonquin Highlands. Police responded to the single vehicle crash just before 7:30 a.m. Sunday on Highway 35 near Matbanick Rd.. Police said the lone rider was pronounced dead at the scene. Highway 35 remained closed between Hwy 118 and...

Stay off closed trails: OPP and HCSA

Haliburton Highlands OPP says to only snowmobile on open trails. For now, that means none of them. John Enright, President of the Haliburton County Snowmobile Association, says no trails in the region are open yet, and venturing onto them now is very unsafe. “By riding a closed trail, you’re putting yourself...

Water levels higher than normal in parts of Haliburton

The water and river levels in the northwest portion of the County of Haliburton are higher than normal for this time of year. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) has put out a flood outlook for the area along with the Parry Sound District and the District of...
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