RCMP recover drugs, pills and firearms during search

On October 22, 2021, as a result of an ongoing investigation, the Manitoba West District Crime Reduction Enforcement Support Team (CREST), along with assistance from officers ...


Saskatchewn planning for vaccinations of five to 11-year-olds

Saskatchewan has ordered 112,000 doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine specially formulated for children aged five to 11 with delivery anticipated in mid-November, 2021. The Sa...


Virden RCMP respond to fatal vehicle-pedestrian collision

On October 25, 2021, at 8:40 pm, officers from the Virden RCMP responded to a report of a vehicle-pedestrian collision that occurred on Highway 21, located approximately five ...


New ag program launched

Saskatchewan’s agriculture-sector-identified need for multi-skilled workers has resulted in a unique new program. Saskatchewan Polytechnic has announced a new three-year Ag...


Marit says 2021 shows resilience of farmers

World-Spectator editor Kevin Weedmark spoke with Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Dave Marit last week about the challenges of agriculture in the province in 2021, and his...


Bridges Law, Parkland CPAP introduce themselves

At the Moosomin Chamber meeting on Tuesday, two new Moosomin businesses introduced themselves to Chamber members. Bridges and Company Law and Parkland CPAP services have op...


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Putland speaks on importance of being an Age Friendly community

A new, local organization is aiming to put age on the radar and make Moosomin a community that embraces aging and finds ways to be more age friendly by enhancing the quality o...


Chamber hears update on airport project

At the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce meeting on Tuesday, Jeff St. Onge with the Moosomin Airport Fundraising committee gave an update on the Moosomin airport project. Moosom...


SUMA says increased policing costs could have big impact on municipalities

Saskatchewan municipalities are starting to raise the alarm about the potential for increased policing costs to municipalities since a collective bargaining agreement was rece...


Two local women part of Touchdown for Dreams

Two local women—Cindy Blondeau and Sheila Heide, both of Moosomin—were among the 10 Saskatchewan women selected to be part of the Cameco Touchdown for Dreams this year. To...


‘All Together Now’ Set for November 14-15

The production company that brought major musicals to Moosomin—from the Sound of Music to Les Miz to Into the Woods to the Music Man—is bringing a concert of Broadway music to...


Bleau back in court October 26

Don Bleau of Moosomin, who is facing 17 charges including assault and attempted murder as the result of an incident Wednesday, September 29, appeared in provincial court in Mo...


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Power upgrades for area

SaskPower is investing in power line rebuild projects in the Kipling and Moosomin areas this fall. SaskPower is replacing 246 km of power lines in the Kipling area at a cos...


One year for child porn charges

Mark Knutilla of Moosomin has been given two one-year sentences, to be served concurrently for child pornography charges. Knutilla pleaded guilty to the two charges, and wa...


Santa Parade, Moonlight Madness Dec. 2

The Moosomin Chamber of Commerce plans to kick off the Christmas shopping season with Moonlight Madness on Thursday, December 2, and Moonlight Madness will kick off with the s...


RCMP officers respond to reports of vehicle driving with roof ripped off

Around 5:00 p.m. October 21, 2021, Glaslyn RCMP responded to a report of a northbound car that had attempted to pass another vehicle on the shoulder of Highway #4 approximatel...


Manitoba state of emergency expires today

The provincewide state of emergency under the Emergency Measures Act will expire today as the order is no longer required to help the province protect Manitobans from the impa...


Rate review panel recommends lower SGI rates

The Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel (the Panel) has recommended the provincial government approve a decrease in rates rather than the revenue neutral rate change originally pro...


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