Enjoy lunch in the field today at Killarney’s Canadian Foodgrains Bank harvest

BY KIM LANGEN Long tables, loaded with fresh and delicious food, will be laid out just before noon today in a golden field, to celebrate bringing in a very special crop of wheat. And after the free lunch, the field

Breaking out the bubbly on Killarney Lake

It might well have been champagne bubbling up on Monday evening, as the new aeration system on the lake began percolating to the surface.

CIB judges tour town and country

Two international judges rolled into town on Wednesday, for their three-day tour and evaluation of the local floral beauty, care of the environment, and of the community.

Police searching rural Killarney for evidence connected to homicide

The murder of a Neepawa man back in 2017 has brought a police search team south in order to scour a local area for related evidence.

Ground breaking underway for future lumberyard

Work has begun on a location on the north side of town for a new lumberyard.

HyLife feed mill open house draws hundreds of visitors

The public unveiling of pork company HyLife Ltd.’s brand new $25-million-dollar feed mill in Killarney drew a great crowd on Thursday.

Dock to go under the hammer on Canada Day

A local dock designer and builder is hoping to catch a very big fish on Canada Day.

Lines aloft for lake aeration project

After striking rubble trouble last week, a second attempt to lay the underground lake aeration lines this week resulted in triumphant success.

Entertaining Classic Cruizers Broadway show cut short by storm

Although the weather was threatening, the cool cars were back in town on Thursday evening for the summer's first Southwest Classic Cruizers’ ‘Cruizing to Killarney’ event.

Taxi driver merges with black bear on Broadway

When a local taxi driver witnessed a black bear barrelling along Broadway early Saturday morning, he couldn’t believe his eyes.