Monthly Archives: October 2017

Boil water advisory lifted

Boil your water and check out dead artists this weekend

Farming a real family affair

Someone asked Scott Pantel how on earth they managed to do all their harvest work without any hired men. His answer: “We put women on the combine.”

Quarter horse couple lauded for 50 years of dedication

Unrelenting rain that fell all the way to Amarillo, Texas, could not dampen the spirits of a local couple, who had organized a unique family road trip last month in order to collect a top horse breeding award.

Bobcat blazes a trail through hockey career

The inspiring hockey journey of Tim Morrison is proof that big things come from humble beginnings.

More change on Broadway skyline as florist’s comes down

Another century-old building has come down on Broadway.

Breathing life back into Pelican Lake

Could the introduction of fresh air into lake water become the genie in the bottle for Killarney Lake?

Colourful experience at 5 km run

With a final bombing fury, the participants in the Killarney Figure Skating Club’s Colour Fun Run immersed themselves in colour one last time at the end of the Sunday afternoon race. Along the route of the five-kilometer run, the 48

Local Scotties seeking volunteers, billets and sponsorships

Organizers of this winter’s Scotties in Killarney have been thrilled with the recent volunteer response. But this is just the beginning of the team’s preparation for the big event.