Monthly Archives: April 2021

Hog barn application turned down in Cartwright-Roblin

Following last Wednesday’s long and well-attended public hearing regarding a HyLife hog barn application, local councillors have voted to turn down the request.

Sowing spring wheat to help those in need

Despite near drought conditions, and temperatures that rise and fall every day, farmers are out on the land and getting crops sown.

Town hall tour reveals a need for renovation

An aging and cramped 1960s building is set to rise up into a modern build.

Killarney Figure Skating Club receives $10K Jumpstart grant

Cash injection will help support and grow skate programs locally.

Killarney Airport an important juncture for med-evacs and training

New paving at the airport last year has been paying off, after two aircraft made landings there earlier this week, and were able to utilize the improved tarmac surface, says a local pilot.

Prairie skies and lively rabbits rendered on canvas

A wall of stunning prairie skyscapes, one of the great visual gifts of the Prairies, arrests visitors who enter the door to the local art gallery.

CBC Gem series ‘Farm Crime’ features an intrepid Killarney cop

A hugely successful television series, focused on wily farm crimes across Canada, has just begun airing its second season.