Monthly Archives: March 2020

What’s cooking in Killarney?

Restaurants steaming into takeaway and delivery services to bridge the COVID-19 isolation gap.

Keeping it together – by staying apart

A hundred years after the global scourge of the Spanish Flu, the world is today facing something similar.

St. Pat’s for Kids cancelled, but everything else Irish still a go!

St. Pat's for Kids is cancelled, but a long list of green-themed activities are still taking place this weekend and right up to St. Patrick's Day itself on Tuesday.

Killarney’s new fire hall open for business on South Railway

It was quite the celebration last Saturday afternoon as the town’s fire trucks gracefully rolled in, right on schedule, to park up neatly at the brand new fire hall on South Railway.

‘Prairie Sunset’ a coffee table sensation

Tilted and abandoned, the old farmhouses and barns of our ancestors can still be seen in overgrown hedges, and at the sides of roads.

Stepping between the pines with a paintbrush

‘Stepping between the Pines’ exhibition by Leslie (Dodds) Paulet opens Friday, March 6, and runs till March 28 at the Heritage Home for the Arts.

Shamrocks take game two with big win at home

The Shamrocks came flying out of the gate in game two, tying up the West Division final series with a decisive 5-2 win over the Boissevain Border Kings.