Missing D-Day by a clutch

Veteran Ray Brown remembers a lot about the Second World War, even if he didn’t “see” a lot on his European tour.

From switchboard operator to Morse Code messenger

Beryl Vigneux left high school to join the Canadian Navy – and seek adventure

Arin Hiebert takes on The Big Bake Holiday challenge

Chef Arin Hiebert, formerly of Killarney, has made the culinary cut, and will be one of the contenders appearing on the Food Network’s ‘The Big Bake: Holiday’ series.

Medical misadventures in a mysterious world

Holmfied native Arnold Tweed, MD, reveals the inner world of doctors, spirituality, and life in the Middle East.

Jazz from the saddle this Saturday at the Legion Hall

Prairie-raised musician Woody Holler, who grew up listening to plaintive cowboy songs, is coming to Killarney – along with his entertaining orchestra of top Manitoban musicians.

Fire hall pour finished – beer pour coming up!

Beer, Wine, and Fire event to support the new fire hall on Thursday, October 17 at the Blarney Stone

A Tale of Two Chairs

From Russia, with love, and a gold ring for a future bride

A seniors’ assisted living complex – with all the bells and whistles?

Does Killarney need a seniors’ Assisted Living Complex with all of the bells and whistles?

Rainy conditions compromise harvest and damage crops

After enduring a drought for most of the summer, fall has rolled in, accompanied by the sounds of thunder and cracks of lightning – and repetitive rains.

Killarney School hits the street to raise funds for cancer research

With themes like "Stick It To Cancer" and "Together We Can Out-Fox Cancer," Killarney School took to the streets for their annual Terry Fox Walk.