Monthly Archives: September 2019

Rainy conditions compromise harvest and damage crops

After enduring a drought for most of the summer, fall has rolled in, accompanied by the sounds of thunder and cracks of lightning – and repetitive rains.

Killarney School hits the street to raise funds for cancer research

With themes like "Stick It To Cancer" and "Together We Can Out-Fox Cancer," Killarney School took to the streets for their annual Terry Fox Walk.

Sewing for beauty, artistry – and for girls in need

Armed with a portable sewing machine, a basket of notions, and a happy smile, a company of sewing enthusiasts meet up every couple of weeks to do their magic.

Arts centre celebrates one year and a flock of chickens

The Heritage Home for the Arts celebrated their first anniversary with a band, art workshops, cream tea, and a flock of chickens.

School numbers up for second year in a row

Increased student numbers mean more programs and classes on offer this year.

Engine Room helps kids cool down and tune up

In their quest to help all students achieve their best education, a local school has created a very special area to assist those who struggle with learning and behaviour.

Six decades of reading pleasure in Killarney

It was a surprisingly emotional afternoon on Tuesday, amongst the lavishly decorated cakes and coffee, as the local library staff celebrated the milestone of sixty years of lending books.

Champion steer rider snags glittering buckle despite broken foot

Crippled by a busted foot, a local rodeo rider still managed to make his eight seconds – and secure the coveted silver and gold champion’s buckle at the Teulon Rodeo.