LTV 2 Millstreet Programme:154.On this weeks programme we talk to Jerry Pat O`Leary about fundraising for Haiti,we go to the Farm Machinry Show held recently in the Green Glens,and we have all the usual features plus plenty musical entertainment as well so tune in tonight (Thursday 4th Feb 2010) at 10:00pm with a repeat next Sunday evening at 8.00pm
by Seán Radley (January 2010)
People recalled the snows of 1982, 1963 and 1947 as we witnessed one of the coldest Winters in decades. Considering the fact that for days major heating and water supply difficulties were experienced by many of us I doubt if anyone will be booking a holiday to either the North or South Pole anytime soon! One uplifting benefit, however, was the capturing of truly rare and superbly picturesque snow pictures over the prolonged period. These have been shared on www.millstreet.ie , on Facebook and on “The Corkman” – especially the images of the very creative igloo at Old Coach Avenue, Millstreet and of the “Gigantic Ice Fish” image (identified by Margaret Kelleher, Mount Leader when she saw the many Blackwater digital images) [read more …] “In Passing – January 2010”
Michael Vaughan from Millstreet Community School was playing for Cork Vocational Schools in the Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final last Saturday (Jan 30th 2010) in what proved to be yet another defeat to Kilkenny. In at corner forward he managed a point in a game that was to-ing and fro-ing throughout.
… and Cormac Heffernan were both on the mark in the 45th minute, sweeping to 1-14 to 3-5. Michael Vaughan did reply a minute later but the dynamic had decisively changed. Then, after a melee in their defence …
Full match report (from a Kilkenny viewpoint) below