Blustery beginning to the new year at Killarney School

Frigid and blustery conditions kept students in for recess and cancelled their returning school buses on the first day back to school on Tuesday, following another extended pandemic Christmas break.

Snappy optimism for a great golf year

When the local golf club hired a new manager, they may not have realized that he would come equipped with a nippy bonus.

Hunter Brothers coming to town

Like Santa, the Hunter Brothers are coming to town. But instead of Christmas, they’ll be helping southern Manitoba celebrate our country’s birthday with a huge concert on July 1 in Killarney.

The best Christmas present ever

In a moving celebration, the jingling keys to a brand new home were passed over to its overwhelmed and joyous new owner on Thursday morning.

Auction mart hammers through record cattle numbers

A record number of cattle have passed through the ring of the local auction mart.

Public invited to help shape provincial priorities

Killarney meeting this Friday at the Blarney Stone from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Light up the Night in Killarney this Friday

Get your Christmas lights turned on and get your Christmas shopping started this Friday in Killarney. 

Blarney Stone Market opens up

A new world of delicious, international food shopping is opening its doors this weekend inside the Killarney Place Mall.

Tales of a WWII scout car driver

Laverne Tufts joined up in September of 1942. He wanted in the Armoured Corps, with the tanks. He got it, and spent about six weeks in Winnipeg doing basic training.

Vet remembers the fortunes of war

The late Lynn Cantlon and his four brothers are part of the Remembrance-themed art exhibition at the Heritage Home for the Arts.