Council candidates meet to greet the townsfolk – and answer questions

Killarney council candidates lined up,  a dozen abreast, on the Shamrock Centre stage on Monday night to answer questions in front of their potential constituents.

Five blooms – in bronze – thrills green-thumbed volunteers

With beautiful fall colours shaping the contours of a small park on the south end of town, a group of gardening volunteers cheered with pleasure over a recent announcement.

Three arrested in connection with 2017 Neepawa homicide

Police have now arrested three individuals in connection to the homicide of a 62-year-old Neepawa man, which occurred last November, in 2017.

Local stock car race driver makes Rookie of the Year

It’s fast, it’s noisy, and yes, contact is inevitable. And it’s one heck of a good time, says local stock car racing driver Jeff Gillies, who will soon be crowned Rookie of the Year for his amateur expertise out

Raft of 12 candidates vying for six council seats

A surprising number of candidates are throwing their hats in the ring in hopes of becoming local councillors – or just to hang on to the seats they hold.

Municipality announces staffing changes at Shamrock Centre

Things are changing down at the local recreation complex, with two new staff member appointments announced this week.

Food bank celebrates 25 years in a generous community

Volunteers at the Killarney and Area Food Bank have made it about more than just picking up a hamper of canned goods, frozen meat, and bakery items. 

Heritage Home for the Arts celebrates grand opening

HERITAGE HOME GRAND OPENING – The Heritage Home for the Arts in Killarney held its grand opening on Thursday evening with over a hundred people touring the beautifully restored building and viewing the amazing pieces of art lining its walls.

Wetting it down – and lighting it up

Flames demolished an older, unwanted storage building last week in Killarney, as part of a training exercise undertaken by the local fire department.

A hundred years of Hereford cattle

A hundred-year-history of breeding top cattle has brought industry fame to a local family.