Moosomin Family Resource Centre hosts Strokes & Stitches Craft Fair this Saturday

The Moosomin Family Resource Centre is hosting its biggest fundraiser of the year­­­­—Strokes and Stitches Craft Fair—on Saturday Sept. 24 at the Moosomin Communiplex and Mike...


Rory Allen says Moosomin show is ‘like coming home’

Professional entertainer Rory Allen will be returning to the area of his hometown for solo-show in tribute to Elvis. The show will be held at Moosomin Community Theatre at ...


Local area shows strong support for Poilievre

The most Conservative riding in Canada showed overwhelming support for Pierre Poilievre in the Conservative leadership vote, and less support for challenger Jean Charest than ...


Chamber meeting Sept. 27

The Moosomin Chamber of Commerce has meetings coming up September 27 and October 25. Both meetings will be at the Canalta Hotel meeting room, starting at 11:45 am. Lunch will ...


Portage la Prairie RCMP investigate stolen vehicle

On September 16, 2022, at 7:10 am, Portage la Prairie RCMP received a report from a member of the public who was following a suspected stolen vehicle on Road 36 West, in the R...


More furniture needed for Ukrainian families coming to Moosomin

With more Ukrainian families moving into Moosomin, there is a need for furniture donations. The latest Ukrainians to arrive, Ivan Fatieiev and Diana Kuchynska, arrived at t...


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Current Issue: September 19, 2022

Kipling officially celebrates water treatment plant


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Kipling officially celebrates water treatment plant

On Sept. 16, the Town of Kipling officially held the grand opening for the town’s water treatment plant. Mayor of Kipling Pat Jackson was ecstatic for the town to finally c...


Scott Williamson will be at head of Queen's Funeral Procession

Scott Williamson, who grew up at Rocanville, is one of four Canadians given the honor of leading the Queen's Funeral Procession Monday. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police sa...


Farming is losing to misguided urban politics

Most Canadians have never been on a farm, let alone lived on one, which makes more than 98 per cent of our population agriculturally illiterate. For many Canadians, crop p...


Hydraulic lift chair donated to Levi Jamieson

When Merle Malin of Redvers read in the World-Spectator about Levi Jamieson a few weeks ago, he knew he could help. Malin became a paraplegic years ago, after an accident w...


Blackmore issues statement on death of Myles Sanderson

Saskatchewan RCMP Commanding Officer Rhonda Blackmore issued a statement Thursday morning Statement regarding the death of Myles Sanderson and the continuing investigation on ...


September 19 will not be a holiday in Saskatchewan

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed Monday, September 19, as a day in tribute and commemoration of Queen Elizabeth II, but it will not be a provincial holiday. "H...


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FOUND: Boissevain RCMP looking for two missing children

Chyanne Bailey and Brock Bailey have been safely located with their father in Bathurst, New Brunswick. The children will be coming back to Manitoba. At this time, there are...


Trudeau says federal employees will get Monday off

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Monday, Sept. 19 will be and a day of mourning as Queen Elizabeth II is buried in the U.K., and said federal employees will be given the day...


Local RCMP impacted by manhunt

As a massive manhunt unfolded across Saskatchewan last week, in the wake of the worst mass murder in Saskatchewan’s history, which left 11 people dead and 18 injured Sunday, S...


Sask releases plan on health care recruitment

Last Wednesday, the Government of Saskatchewan announced a four-point plan to fill vacant positions and create new positions health care that includes hiring 1,000 health care...


Rhonda Blackmore's full statement on death of Myles Sanderson

Following are the complete remarks of Saskatchewan RCMP Commander Rhonda Blackmore September 7 on the death of murder suspect Myles Sanderson: This evening our provi...


Tributes pour in on the passing of Queen Elizabeth

Following are statements from provincial and federal leaders on the passing of Queen Elizabeth on September 8 at the age of 96. Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe: Like...


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