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Anthony Jenkins

Anthony Jenkins is a freelance writer and illustrator who lives in Mono.

Where Do Old Batteries Go?

Sep 18, 2018

These transformers smash enemies of the ecosphere to fertilizer.

The Regulars

Sep 18, 2018

It’s a weekend morning ritual all over the hills — friends meeting friends at their local café. At Gabe’s in Caledon East, the usual crowd convenes.

A trap shooter tests his skills with a 12-gauge pump-action shotgun. Photo by Visualspace | istockphoto.

What About Guns?

Jun 19, 2018

Hunters, range shooters, collectors – they’re part of rural culture. But with gun violence making headlines, gun enthusiasts are mostly choosing to lie low, and some residents are wondering how safe our countryside really is. Anthony Jenkins decided to find out.

The Northmen women’s U19-1 team, shown here at Barbour Field in Hillsburgh last summer, was ranked fourth in the province by the end of the season. Photo by James MacDonald.

Lacrosse: Game On!

Mar 26, 2018

A curious hockey enthusiast turns his sights to lacrosse, a sport with deep roots — and avid fans — in Orangeville

Joe Wilson, writer Anthony Jenkins and Peter Glass. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Geezer Hockey

Nov 22, 2017

We play municipal seniors’ pickup hockey for the exercise, the banter, the camaraderie and the sheer joy of the game.

The Puck Stops Here

Nov 22, 2017

For Anthony, a goalie’s most important skill is “staying square to the puck.”

Symbols of Service for Remembrance Day

Sep 16, 2017

Each November, military medals get a crisp autumn airing in the hills and across the country. Behind each is a story. Here are four of them.

Adventures in Beekeeping

Jun 21, 2017

Anthony Jenkins on how he dove into beekeeping head first – and emerged (relatively) unscathed.

Farmers’ Markets: It’s Saturday Morning

Jun 21, 2017

They come rain or shine, May through October, to mingle with friends and neighbours.

Johnnie Johnston “A priest goes to a psychiatrist ...” Photo by Pete Paterson.

The Shuttle People

Mar 20, 2017

Meet the good folks who get you home when your car won’t.

In The Hills is an independent, locally owned print and online magazine that has earned its reputation as the best-read, best-loved magazine in Headwaters.

The magazine is delivered to more than 40,000 homes and farms throughout Caledon, Erin, Dufferin, Orangeville and Creemore – up to double the circulation of any other local publication. And it is available to visitors at local inns, restaurants, specialty retail stores and other tourist locations.