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The Bolton Kinsmen

Nov 15, 2009 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Departments | Heritage | Historic Hills | Winter 2009

In the early spring of 1967, the Stanley Cup playoffs…held the attention of hockey fans everywhere in these hills. Except in Bolton.

A Puzzling Conclusion: Winter 2009

Nov 15, 2009 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Departments | Leisure | Puzzles | Winter 2009

A dots and lines challenge, a phoney insurance claim and flying low over King Road.

Hot Potatoes

Sep 15, 2009 | Signe Ball | Autumn 2009 | Back Issues | Departments | Editor’s Desk

They see a community and way of life lost, profits from local labour flowing south, and their exceptional farmland and water resources disappearing into a very, very large hole in the ground.

Chris Rogers ~ January

Chris Rogers

Sep 15, 2009 | Signe Ball | Artist in Residence | Autumn 2009 | Back Issues | Departments

Chris Rogers was able to pursue her Time and Place Project – a study of a single spot in the woods over the course of year.

Sheldon Mill Creek today

The Story of a Mill

Sep 15, 2009 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

Mono’s Sheldon Creek was the site of one of Ontario’s two longest-serving waterpowered mills.

A Puzzling Conclusion: Autumn 2009

Sep 15, 2009 | Ken Weber | Autumn 2009 | Back Issues | Departments | Leisure | Puzzles

Was it raining or clear yesterday?

Dark skies

Jun 18, 2009 | Signe Ball | Back Issues | Departments | Editor’s Desk | Summer 2009

You will find some sunny moments in this issue, especially in the lighthearted accounts by three of our writers about their first attempts at trying something new.

S. J. Pringle ~ Cast Me Gently 21" x 15" (acrylic)

S.J. Pringle

Jun 18, 2009 | Signe Ball | Artist in Residence | Back Issues | Departments | Summer 2009

In her public studio at Dragonfly Arts on Broadway in Orangeville, Ontario, Jill takes portrait commissions; capturing moments in loved-one’s lives to keep… and the evocative details that make them most memorable.

Suffer the Little Children

Jun 18, 2009 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Departments | Heritage | Historic Hills | Summer 2009

The settlers of these hills had fled wars and tyranny and repressive class system to seek a new life in a new world, but they were unable to escape the dreaded shadow of contagious disease, especially its grip on their children.

A Puzzling Conclusion: Summer 2009

Jun 18, 2009 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Departments | Leisure | Puzzles | Summer 2009

How many coins were left in the bag?

The Spring of Our Discontent

Mar 21, 2009 | Signe Ball | Back Issues | Departments | Editor’s Desk | Spring 2009

We like to stay on top of things here at In the Hills. That’s why last fall we ran a long feature on the impact of rising oil prices. Would it cause an exodus from the countryside? Would the tourism industry crash? That sort of thing. The ink was barely dry on the issue when…

Margi Taylor Self ~ Twilight

Margi Taylor Self

Mar 21, 2009 | Signe Ball | Artist in Residence | Back Issues | Departments | Spring 2009

Her interest in design and communications has led her on a career involving promotion, public relations and marketing.

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