Canadian Foodgrains Bank project gathering support for acres

A hockey stick, a flag, and a crop of wheat may well catch the surprised attention this summer of incoming traffic from the U.S. border.

Kids’ faces light up when ‘grandparents’ come to class

A new program that puts seniors and small children together – along with a book – has blossomed at the school.

Full passenger load on the Shamrock Express

All aboard on the Shamrock Express, plus giant Caterpillars at this weekend's Prairie Pioneer Days.

Celebrate Canada’s birthday with a bang in Killarney

Canada’s birthday celebrations in Killarney get started early and run throughout the jam packed day, culminating with the big fireworks display.

KCI Alumni Band version 2.0 to take the stage on Canada Day

Alumni musicians will be jazzing things up for Canada’s birthday

Hold your horses – Fair fun starts Friday in Killarney

It’s the 137th Annual Killarney Agricultural Fair, and there is a heap of fun and interesting things to enjoy over the two days.

New fire hall construction proceeding

Construction of the municipality’s new fire hall is set to begin within days.

Go wild with the Town Wide Garage Sale

Saturday, June 1 is a chance to roam the roads for some great neighbourhood deals Antiques, kids’ stuff, furniture, clothes, books, toys, hardware, plants – pretty much everything is literally going to be on the block this Saturday. That’s because

Hard-hitting action at Rippin’ & Roarin’ Bull Riding

The bulls bucked off everyone in Killarney but the very last cowboy, Steve Maddison of Brandon, who walked away with over $1,800.

Fire erupts in Kemp’s classic car garage

STARS helicopter airlifts Killarney's Keith Kemp to Health Sciences Centre with burns, smoke inhalation.