One MacLeod School classroom on remote learning

One class at MacLeod Elementary School is on remote learning until December 10 and many other classrooms are mostly empty because so many students are close contacts of the...


Christmas events starting this week

Christmas events are planned across the area starting this week, starting with Moonlight Madness events this Thursday night. Moosomin Moonlight Madness Thursday Dec 2


HER Girl Club all about exploring possibilities

The HER Girl Club is a youth organization that was created with a mission to provide a safe and empowering place for girls to be themselves while radiating love back into the ...


Tipi built at École Saint-Lazare

On Tuesday, citizens from the Métis community and First Nations communities gathered at École Saint-Lazare in Manitoba, to celebrate the installation of a tipi being built at ...


Universe Satellite Sales navigated well so far: Supply questions impacting many businesses

Restrictions around Covid-19 affected businesses very differently. Some lost a lot of business because of restrictions, others benefited by changes in lifestyles and spending ...


100 year old veteran Gordon Jones proud of his service

100 year old veteran Gordon Jones, is one of the few veterans from the Second World War that is still present with us today. “There’s not many left of us now compared to wh...


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Craft brewery planned for Moosomin

Plans are in the works for a craft brewery that could be operating in Moosomin by 2023. Plans are in the early stages, but Aaron Grandguillot and Gina Shepherd are planning...


First degree murder charge laid in death of Cst. Patton

On June 12, 2021, an Indian Head RCMP officer died in the line of duty while investigating two suspects who were driving a stolen pick-up truck from Manitoba. As a result of t...


Westman RCMP recover stolen vehicle and arrest suspect after foot chase

On Thursday, November 25 at 8:30 am Westman RCMP became aware of a vehicle stolen out of Swift Current approximately 12 hours earlier headed their way. Westman detachment...


Sask public health orders extended to January 31

Saskatchewan's current public health orders regarding masking and proof of vaccination will be extended to January 31, 2022, Premier Scott Moe announced Thursday morning. ...


Fatal snowmobile collision at Portage

On Sunday, November 21, 2021, at 1:10 pm, Portage la Prairie RCMP responded to a report of an unknown manlying in the field behind their property, located on Saskatchewan Aven...


Vaccinations can be booked for 5-11 year olds starting 8 am Tuesday in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan parents can book COVID-19 vaccination appointments for children aged five to 11 starting Tuesday at 8 a.m On Monday, the province released details about how it...


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New medical service in Moosomin

A new service is available at the Southeast Integrated Care Centre in Moosomin, CareLink Express. Patients who have to have their cardiac devices checked at an urban hospit...


Redvers mayor wants action on ER opening

Redvers mayor Brad Bulbuck says he wants to see action on the reopening of the ER and acute care services at the Redvers Health Centre. The services have been unavailable in R...


Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry has special connection with Moosomin

Every year on Remembrance Day, soldiers from Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) come to march in Moosomin to honor the sacrifices veterans made for this cou...


Responding to duty in a snowstorm

A November wintry blast hit much of Saskatchewan with a vengeance November 16 to 17, but blizzard conditions on the flat prairie between Regina and Moose Jaw created a particu...


Man charged with manslaughter for Oak Lake Beach stabbing

RCMP have charged 27 year old Nolan Christianson with Manslaughter for his involvement in the death of a 55-year-old man from Oak Lake Beach Friday night. Christianson was ...


Harvest of Hope raises $500,000 for Foodgrains Bank

Moosomin’s Harvest of Hope Growing project has now raised more than $500,000 for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. “It’s been a really good experience in seeing how much a comm...


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