Monthly Archives: March 2021

Hoping for movies on the big screen this summer

If the stars align, fresh-air movies might soon be illuminating the night at the old drive-in theatre.

Celebrating a century of swing by bushwhacking the golf course

A staggering 70 piles of cut brush and dragged-out deadfall were being put to the match this past week.

Gifted Ninette artist found slain in her home

A young man, currently held in custody, is now facing a charge of second-degree murder, following a shocking homicide in Ninette last week.

Making the most of the rec centre rink ice

The rink ice is still beautiful, and now gliding patrons can enjoy increased skating events following eased pandemic restrictions.

Local business featured on International Women’s Day

Two local businesswomen had reason to celebrate this past week.

Semi loses load on highway junction

A semi truck – pulling a trailer loaded with trailers – lost control on Thursday morning, at the T-junction of Highway 18 and Highway 3, six miles south of Killarney.

Entering a world beyond words

How does literature transcribe into works of art? The radiant answer has just appeared on the walls of the Heritage Home for the Arts.