Ruth Altendorf

Stirring concert moves audience

Kent Elementary Intermediate Choir performs with The Orpheus Male Choir

In search of the oldest person on earth

One would think that this would be an easy task, but nothing could be farther from the truth

Finally, Some Serious Thoughts About Sasquatch

Ruth Altendorf wraps up her three-part series on the legend of the Sasquatch in Harrison Hot Springs

The Cross Border Sasquatch Hike!

20 Years ago, there was a grand plan to connect communities who laid claim to the Sasquatch

Sasquatch – The Most Prominent Resident of Harrison Hot Springs!

Our Harrison historian shares History of the Sasquatch in Harrison Hot Springs

Take It Easy, Ruthy Said

Columnist Ruth Altendorf listens to her inner voice, telling her to slow down for the summer

A Cappella Singing in Harrison

Harrison's own Ruth Altendorf sings the praises of new a capella festival

A most beautiful reunion party for Harrison-Kent Community Singers

Letter to the editor about the final gathering of the community singers

Singing in the Rain

Former member of the Harrison-Kent Community Singers reflects on end of an era

Seasons Come and Seasons Go – And All Of Them Are Beautiful

Harrison-Kent Community Singers will perform their final concert May 31 in the Harrison Memorial Hall

A Glimmer of Hope

Ruth Altendorf's third and final column on her experience during the end of the Second World War

Miracle on the Bridge

Part two of three in Harrison columnist's experiences at the end of WWII

C’est La Guerre

Harrison Columnist recalls the end of the Second World War

Some Final Thoughts

Harrison Hot Springs columnist recalls coming to Canada in the golden years of immigration

Indian Road, Mimico and Other Places

Harrison columnist Ruth Altendorf shares part five of her six-part series on her personal journey to Harrison Hot Springs

Hot Dogs, Ice Cream and the Studebaker

Harrison columnist Ruth Altendorf shares the fourth part of her six-part series on coming to Canada

And Then It Was Our Turn

Harrison columnist Ruth Altendorf tells the tale of coming to Canada

New Beginnings

It was Bad Godesberg, Germany, where we found ourselves after the dust of the Second World War had settled.

A Tall Order for the New Year

Local columnist shares a slice of her own history and how she came to be in Harrison Hot Springs

Following the pilgrims of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela

Blog helps readers here can an insight into spiritual trek