Monthly Archives: May 2017

Mall group proposes 36-unit senior housing project

A group of investors is seeking to build a multi-million dollar, up-market, 36-unit senior housing complex right next to the local mall.

Ten high-end senior apartments going up downtown

A local builder says his plan to erect 10 bungalow-style apartments downtown has attracted a pile of attention – before the ground is even broken.

Burning questions on fires – and fire permits

Two landowners have been fined so far this season for burning without a permit. And the municipality hopes there won’t be more fines levied this year, because getting a permit is free, and everyone benefits – especially the fire department.

Trekking through history: A pictorial review of Canada’s 150 Dinner Theatre

From “This Land Is Your Land” to “The Hockey Song,” and from Sir John A. Macdonald to Nellie McClung, Killarney School paid tribute to our country's history with their presentation of Canada's 150 dinner Theatre.

Alumni school band musicians sought for Canada Day 150th performance

High school band musicians – dating back to the longhaired era of the 1970s – are wanted. That’s because retired band teacher Tim Lawson is putting together a group for a very special performance, for Killarney’s Canada Day 150th birthday celebrations.