Category Archives: Headline News

Elks Hall’s last show marks end of an era

After a difficult year of discussion and argument, the local Elks Hall property was quietly sold off this month.

Snowy Owl makes it home safe after WWII

One of the things that stands out most for Norbert Boulet about the war is the fact that his squadron had a really good navigator. "Our navigator was from Winnipeg, and he was really good,” remembered Boulet of his time on

Local Legion not just for veterans

A new Royal Canadian Legion #25 Killarney executive, sworn in this fall, has swept in with a vigour and determination to move forward with the times.

Quarter horse couple lauded for 50 years of dedication

Unrelenting rain that fell all the way to Amarillo, Texas, could not dampen the spirits of a local couple, who had organized a unique family road trip last month in order to collect a top horse breeding award.

More change on Broadway skyline as florist’s comes down

Another century-old building has come down on Broadway.

Breathing life back into Pelican Lake

Could the introduction of fresh air into lake water become the genie in the bottle for Killarney Lake?

Local Scotties seeking volunteers, billets and sponsorships

Organizers of this winter’s Scotties in Killarney have been thrilled with the recent volunteer response. But this is just the beginning of the team’s preparation for the big event.

Historic UGG elevator falls

Perfect weather conditions earlier this week spelled the end for an historic Main Street elevator.

Elevator annex crashes to the ground

Word spread fast on Wednesday that the UGG elevator annex was going down on South Railway. Trucks and cars assembled next to the old Collyer Ford building to take in the show.

Foodgrains fervour overwhelms organizers

It was an epic vista on Wednesday afternoon, as 26 rumbling combines spread out across a field of swathed canola west of town.