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Half-price tickets for half-screen showing in Killarney

Killarney’s Shamrock Drive-In owner Joanne Struss stands in front of the drive-in’s screen that was partially knocked down during a storm two weeks ago. The drive-in will be showing “Twister” tonight, as well as Saturday and Sunday nights with half-price tickets.

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Killarney’s Shamrock Drive-In owner Joanne Struss stands in front of the drive-in’s screen that was partially knocked down during a storm two weeks ago. The drive-in will be showing “Twister” tonight, as well as Saturday and Sunday nights with half-price tickets.

Veterans Memorial wall of recognition won't be completed until fall

Despite promises of a summer completion, the Brandon Veterans’ Memorial wall of recognition won’t be on display until the fall.

“It’s taking longer than we thought,” said Ryan Nickel, principal planner with the City of Brandon.

Certain pieces of the monument are causing the delay, namely a specialized limestone cap and the ...

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