Pat’s passion for education always showed through


A Teemore man who had a huge passion for education and the power of education has died. Pat Reilly, a former vice-principal of St Tierney’s Primary School in Roslea, always showed a real empathy and compassion for children with all abilities. He died in Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge last week. Although he spent many years […]


Fr Ultan

Teemore folk pay fond farewell to Fr Ultan


PARISHONERS filled St Mary’s church in Teemore to bid farewell to Fr Ultan McGoohan. After three years in the parish as priest in residence Fr Ultan is set to move to Bailieborough in east Cavan. The changes in the diocese of Kilmore announced by Monsigor Liam Kelly are to come into affect from Saturday (August […]


Tributes paid to popular Teemore home help Tiesy


THE death has taken place of a popular carer in the Teemore, Kinawley and Derrylin community. Known for her caring and generous nature Teresa Curry, (Tiesy), of Aughintra died aged 84 years. After receiving her early education at Swanlinbar National School she began her career at Blakes of Derrylin where she was employed in all […]


Rise in obesity related deaths


OBESITY related deaths have almost doubled in the past eight years according to recently published government statistics.  A total of sixty-four deaths were caused by obesity in 2016, just shy of a 50% increase since 2008. Over a quarter of adults in the North are now classed as obese and this has a significant impact […]


Appeal for return of treasured GAA county medals


A DEVASTATED former Teemore Shamrocks footballer has appealed for the return of his Fermanagh senior championship medal which he won in 1969 after it was cruelly stolen when his house was burgled. Bernard Murphy, who is originally from Teemore, had his house in Enniskillen ransacked during the early hours of Sunday morning, and a number […]