Scheer promises different approach on pipelines

On Thursday, April 19, World-Spectator editor Kevin Weedmark spoke with federal Conservative leader Andrew Scheer about the problem of getting pipelines built in Canada. Fol...


Town of Moosomin public meeting this Tuesday

The town of Moosomin is holding a public meeting for this Tuesday, April 24 at the Conexus MCC Centre. Mayor Larry Tomlinson will provide a brief update on what council has...


Benefit game raises $55,000 - Humboldt mayor says town grateful

After all hundred hockey players had left the rink, after the silent auction was closed, and donation boxes gathered up, a benefit hockey game held in Moosomin on Friday, Apri...


31 applicants for Moosomin pot licence

Thirty-one people have applied for the licence to sell marijuana in Moosomin. A total of 1,502 people have applied for the 51 permits across Saskatchewan. The window for ap...


Man missing from Vanguard colony

Ponteix RCMP is asking the public’s assistance in locating 54 year-old Peter Entz from the Vanguard Hutterite Colony. Entz was reported missing to RCMP today, April 20, 201...


RCMP close 35-335 intersection

As Saskatchewan RCMP continue to investigate the tragic collision involving the Humboldt Broncos team bus on April 6, 2018, the Forensic Collision Reconstruction team has said...


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Enbridge to speak at Chamber meeting

Enbridge Pipelines will be making a presentation on their Line 3 Replacement Project at the April meeting of the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce. The meeting is slated for WED...


In wake of Humboldt Broncos tragedy: Moosomin comes through for Humboldt

The community of Moosomin has come through for the people of Humboldt, reeling from the tragic death of 16 people on the Humboldt Broncos bus on their way to a playoff game on...


Multiple charges laid after shots fired

Multiple charges have been laid against a 30-year-old woman and a 19-year-old man after an armed robbery in Regina on Friday, and a theft from a gas station at Lashburn Saturd...


Shooting follows police chase, two in custody

Two people are in police custody following a shooting at the end of a police chase near Lashburn. On April 14, 2018 around 11:30 a.m. Maidstone RCMP received a complaint of...


Multi-vehicle collision on Hwy 1

Slippery roads caused multiple crashes in western Manitoba Thursday morning, including one involving four semi-trailer trucks and a pickup on Highway 1 between Brandon and Vir...


Dayna Brons sixteenth person to die from Broncos collison

Dayna Brons, the athletic therapist for the Humboldt Broncos, has died of her injuries, according to the Saskatchewan Health Authority. The health authority issued a statem...


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List of players for benefit game keeps growing

More players keep volunteering to take part in the Humboldt Broncos benefit game at the Moosomin Communiplex this Friday. There will be a barbecue starting at 5 pm, a brief...


$400 million in municipal support

The Government of Saskatchewan’s 2018-19 Budget includes more than $400 million in support to municipal governments The budget provides $412.9 million of direct provincial ...


$900 million for highways in 2018 budget

Major safety improvements are coming to many of Saskatchewan’s busiest highways as part of this year’s $924 million highways and infrastructure budget. “A decade of growth ...


No PST increase in 2018 budget

Saskatchewan Finance Minister Donna Harpauer tabled the 2018-19 budget Tuesday, boasting record spending in both health and social services alongside $30 million in previously...


Roster grows for benefit hockey game

The roster is growing for a benefit hockey game planned for this Friday, April 13 in Moosomin. So far there are 43 current and former junior hockey players representing 30 ...


Tickity Boob fundraiser brings in $18,700

The Tickity Boob fundraiser held recently for Debbie Brown, battling breast cancer, raised a total of $18,712.74. Debbie said it was overwhelming to see the community come ...


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