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Jun 20, 2008 | Linda McLaren | Back Issues | Environment | Headwaters Sketchbook | Summer 2008

Grasses have flowers just like roses or daisies.

Sodom and Gomorrah? Melancthon Township?

Jun 20, 2008 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Heritage | Historic Hills | In Every Issue | Summer 2008

Screaming headlines in Toronto newspapers turned an 1897 trial in Shelburne into a Canada-wide sensation, painting Melancthon as a hotbed of arson, fraud, perjury and intimidation.

Old Pennies

A Puzzling Conclusion: Summer 2008

Jun 20, 2008 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | In Every Issue | Leisure | Puzzles | Summer 2008

Pennies from Palgrave, missing report pages and walking the line.

Enough of Zoomburb

Mar 23, 2008 | Signe Ball | Back Issues

When I moved to Caledon from Toronto in 1974, feeling all starry-eyed and back-to-the-landish, as befitted the mood of the times, the population of the newly minted “town” was just shy of 20,000. Although already well in transition, the character of the community was still very much a reflection of its historic agricultural roots. Our…

Cinnamon Bun

Letters – Our readers write: Spring 2008

Mar 23, 2008 | In The Hills | Back Issues | Letters, Our Readers Write | Spring 2008

Letters published in the SPRING 2008 edition of In The Hills magazine.

honeybee

Bursting bubbles, boosterisms and commoner sense

Mar 23, 2008 | Douglas G. Pearce | Back Issues | Countryside Digest | Environment | Spring 2008

Boost “Deficit spending is already beyond belief, and the country is hugely indebted, as are households. The housing bubble has already burst. The Federal Reserve has made clear it will reduce interest rates if the economy gets worse, but there, too, are limits. “I’m not an economist, but the only new tool I can think…

Jim Reid ~ Traveller, acrylic on canvas 12o" x 72"

Jim Reid

Mar 23, 2008 | Signe Ball | Back Issues

The painting sites I choose are places I have revisited since childhood, and so they are also saturated with personal memory.

Eastern Meadowlark

Mar 23, 2008 | Linda McLaren | Back Issues | Environment | Headwaters Sketchbook | Spring 2008

Eastern Meadowlarks decline 24% in 20 years.

The Party that Grew: Drummers’ Snack

Mar 23, 2008 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

“We did not see a drunken man on the grounds,” observed the Advocate (although the paper did wonder who rang the park bell at 6 a.m. on Saturday morning).

All Abuzz about Honey: Hockley Valley Honey Farm

Mar 23, 2008 | Nicola Ross | Homegrown in the Hills

Dan Garyfalakis surprised his wife Nina with their first pair of beehives as a gift.

Time to buff the barbecue

Mar 23, 2008 | Sandra Cranston-Corradini | Back Issues | Food | Spring 2008 | The Country Cook

We recommend grilling red snapper, which is the most popular of the 250 or so varieties of snapper.

funky 70s Clock

A Puzzling Conclusion: Spring 2008

Mar 23, 2008 | Ken Weber | Puzzles

A backyard rescue in Grand Valley, putting things in chronological order and when was Abigail in Shelburne?

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