Monthly Archives: November 2018

Family – and community – celebrate key ceremony for new home

The handing over of new keys, belonging to a brand new home, was a joyous, and highly emotional event this week for a local mother.

Bethlehem Live part of Christmas in Killarney

A walk-through event that will lead you through the journey of the very first Christmas

Friday night parade kicks off Christmas in Killarney this weekend

Christmas in Killarney begins with the Santa Claus Parade this Friday at 7 p.m.

Suspect sought in Killarney B&E

RCMP are seeking the identity of an Erin Drive B&E suspect. Do you recognize this person?

Highway 18 to be upgraded next year

Change to A1 Unrestricted rating would reduce municipal road damage: mayor

New fire hall plans ignite, spurred by big donations

With a massive financial boost hoisted by two local charities, plans for a new fire hall have surged forward.

One-Woman show thrills local artist

After 20 years of painting her heart out, a local artist is being featured in her own one-woman show.

Listening in from the ocean floor

It’s likely that few farm girls on the Prairies, born in the hardscrabble 1940s, dreamt of serving their country.

Ninga soldier’s name immortalized after 100 years

A century after his wartime death in the trenches of No Man’s Land in France, in 1917, the name of a local farm boy has been immortalized with the naming of a lake in his memory.

Act of Remembrance honours vets and marks 100 years since WWI

A military campaign took place in the local cemetery last week, with a chilly wind blowing, and autumn leaves underfoot.