In Every Issue
A New DecadeMar 20, 2023 | | Editor’s Desk
With our design refresh, we’ve dressed ourselves up in some stylish new togs, and we’re ready and excited to embrace the future in our 30th year.
Letters – Our Readers Write: Spring 2023Mar 20, 2023 | | Letters, Our Readers Write
Got something to say about our stories? Drop us a line!
Sherry ParkMar 20, 2023 | | Artist in Residence
Painter Sherry Park’s oil portraits rely on soft brushstrokes and a soulful take on realism.
Field Notes for Spring 2023Mar 20, 2023 | | Field Notes
Adventures to put spring in your step
The Reformation of the Township DumpMar 20, 2023 | | Fence Posts
No longer reminiscent of a Mad Max movie set, the township dump has become something of a pleasant, well-managed place, finds Dan Needles.
Finding SanctuaryMar 20, 2023 | | Community
Displaced by war, Ukrainians are offered a place of welcome in Headwaters.
Food + Drink Spring 2023Mar 20, 2023 | | Food + Drink
From pop-art macarons to melt-in-your-mouth maamouls, these adorable bites will sweeten your day.
Meet the Maker: Courtney ChardMar 20, 2023 | | Made in the Hills
How professional welder Courtney Chard uses the tricks of her trade to craft intricate, often delicate sculptures.
Local Buys: Spring 2023Mar 20, 2023 | | Made in the Hills
Rustic wood bowls, an ode to mushrooms and eye-catching tea towels are just some of the handmade crafts to look for this season.
Tree TalkMar 20, 2023 | | Country Living 101
No matter what your goal – adding shade and beauty to your property, attracting wildlife or fighting climate change – planting more trees is a good idea.
Albion Hills Loop (Palgrave)Mar 20, 2023 | | Take a Hike
What better way to welcome spring than to take a hike through one of our many gorgeous conservation areas.
The Alpaca WhispererMar 20, 2023 | | A Day in the Life
Julie Broadbent spends her days tending to her herd of 10 fuzzy, rambunctious characters.