Rave On concert will raise money for STARS

Rave On, the Buddy Holly tribute band, will be performing in Moosomin on Sunday, March 18 at the Moosomin Community Theatre, and the show will be a fundraiser for Saskatchewan...


Golden Fortune Potash speaks about planned mine

Meng Wu, assistant engineer, and Rong Liang, project geologist with the Canada Golden Fortune Potash Corporation spoke at the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce meeting last week ab...


CPP costs could be 4.5 times projections: CFIB

The federal government has likely underestimated the negative impact on jobs of the planned Canada Pension Plan (CPP) increases, according to a new analysis from the Canadian ...


Council approves cannabis outlet in Moosomin

Moosomin town council voted Wednesday to approve a cannabis outlet for Moosomin. In January, the provincial government announced that as many as 60 cannabis outlets would b...


Paige Hutchinson raising money for Malawi trip

It’s a long way from the Saskatchewan Prairies to Malwai in southern Africa, but Paige Hutchinson, who grew up in the Moosomin-Rocanville area is heading to Malawi later this ...


Multiple fatalities in Minnedosa collision

On February 14, 2018, at approximately 5:25 p.m., two members of the Minnedosa RCMP were travelling south on Highway 10 in marked police vehicle, when a small SUV headed in th...


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Langan still missing

Melville Detachment is asking for the public’s assistance in locating 51-year-old Darryl Blaine Langan from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Langan was reported missing to the Moos...


Fatal snowmobile collision at Falcon Beach

On February 13, 2018, just after 11:30 am, Falcon Beach RCMP responded to a report of a snowmobile collision on the Can Am Trail, approximately 40 kilometres south of Falcon L...


Virden Veteran honored

Second World War Veteran John Newman, of Virden, was recently presented a Quilt Of Valour for his service with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles by Local Veteran Ret. Bombardier Geoff...


Neon sign stolen from Fannystelle

On January 7, 2018, at 9:00 am, the Carman RCMP Detachment received a report of a theft of a neon business sign from the side of the Stevens Lumber building in Fannystelle, Ma...


After public meeting: Welwyn moves one step closer to amalgamation

The village of Welwyn appears to be one step closer to joining the RM of Moosomin after a public meeting that was held last Wednesday at the Welwyn Rink. About 50 people at...


Comedy show a fundraiser for Rocanville hall

Fredrickson has roots in Rocanville area, looks forward to performing Two comedians will hit the stage at the Rocanville Community Hall on Friday, Feb. 16, and one o...


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Fewest deaths on Saskatchewan roads since 1954

In 2017 Saskatchewan recorded the lowest number of traffic fatalities in more than six decades. There were 102 deaths on Saskatchewan roads last year, a notable improvement...


Premier Moe announces $7.5 million for education

Premier Scott Moe announced immediate mid-school year funding of $7.5 million that will be provided to school divisions to assist in dealing with front line pressures. The ...


Harpold arrested, held in custody

An ongoing investigation into an individual breaching his conditions not to access the internet or possess a phone resulted in the arrest of a 53-year-old man in Moosomin last...


Moosomin hoping to be finalist for Kraft Hockeyville

A group of people in Moosomin is hoping to get enough support to make the town of Moosomin a finalist in Kraft Hockeyville. Kraft Hockeyville is a competition designed to f...


Canada Golden Fortune Potash Corp: Bonk enthusiastic about proposed mine

Moosomin MLA Steven Bonk says he is enthusiastic about a proposed solution potash mine in southeast Saskatchewan. “I’m reasonably familiar with the proposal. It falls under th...


Moosomin MLA Steven Bonk not in new cabinet

New Premier Scott Moe was sworn in and unveiled his cabinet Friday, including some of his leadership rivals, but Moosomin MLA Steven Bonk, who had served as Minister of the En...


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