Sask government offers free training for early childhood educators

The government of Saskatchewan is committing nearly $9 million for training and professional development grants for the early learning and child care sector. This is part ...


Ukrainians settling in to local communities

Ukrainians are getting settled in to local communities with the help of volunteers and groups. Several Ukrainian families have arrived in Moosomin, Wawota, and Esterhazy an...


Esterhazy’s Rockin the Park coming up August 27

After a two-year hiatus, the town of Esterhazy is ecstatic to bring back Rockin the Park for this summer. The event is happening on August 27 at Esterhazy Regional Park. As...


Rangers prepare for upcoming season

The Moosomin Rangers are gearing up for the 2022-2023 season. Mike Schwean, president of the Rangers Alumni, says having the alumni as a fundraising arm should help a lot. ...


Legacy Pharmacies new owner of Rocanville Pharmacy

Legacy Pharmacies is the new owner of the pharmacy in Rocanville. The company took over operation of Rocanville’s pharmacy from Super Thrifty August 2. The store is now known ...


Community excited for Spy Hill Sports Days

The community of Spy Hill is excited to participate in their upcoming Sports Days event on August 13 and 14. Hosted by the Spy Hill and District Community Club, the two-day...


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Theft of E-Bike in Redvers

The Carlyle RCMP is investigating a theft of an E-Bike (valued at approximately $1,900) that was taken from the front door of a residence in Redvers between Aug 2 at 9 pm and ...


Moosomin welcomes new medical resident

Moosomin’s first medical resident as part of the Family Residency Training program, Dr. Cara Fallis, was raised in Toronto, received her medical training in the Philippines, a...


24,400 jobs added in Saskatchewan year over year.

Today, job numbers released by Statistics Canada for July 2022 show Saskatchewan added 24,400 jobs, an increase of 4.4 per cent compared to July 2021, the third highest increa...


Pierre Poilievre visits Moosomin

Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre was in Moosomin August 4, where he met with a group of about 20 supporters over breakfast, and sat down for an interview wit...


Moe visits SE Sask, faces barrage of questions

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe visited Southeast Saskatchewan Thursday for a public town hall meeting, and faced a barrage of questions ranging from health care issues, to the...


Sask to add 150-200 addiction treatment spaces

World-Spectator editor Kevin Weedmark recently spoke with Everett Hindley, Saskatchewan’s minister responsible for addictions, about the province’s plan to add 150-200 addi...


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Elkhorn’s Mark Humphries new head of Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba

The Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba recently welcomed Mark Humphries as the new General Manager. Humphries will fill the position that has been vacant for two years. He ...


Community excited for Spy Hill Sports Days

The community of Spy Hill is excited to participate in their upcoming Sports Days event on August 13 and 14. Hosted by the Spy Hill and District Community Club, the two-day...


Local students compete at High School Rodeo finals

Ten local athletes have recently returned from competing at High School Rodeo finals in Gillette, Wyoming from July 17-23. Coy Gervin from Spy Hill, Sadie Hollingshead from...


Western Canadian agriculture and energy industries now both under attack

Two new federal policies are taking aim directly at industries that power the economy not only of Western Canada, but that are vital to the Canadian economy as leading exports...


Wagantall questions the federal government’s reducing emissions plan for Canada’s agriculture sector

Cathay Wagantall, MP for Yorkton-Melville, Sasktchewan shared her thoughts regarding the federal government’s plan for reducing emissions arising from the application of ferti...


McAuley Corn Maze opens for the season

The McAuley Corn Maze in Southwest Manitoba is returning for the second year in a row. The maze is about six acres and is now open to the public. There will also be a picni...


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