Fatal dirtbike collision with train

On June 16, 2019, at 5:50 pm, officers from the Oakbank RCMP responded to a report of a collision between a dirt bike and a train at the railway crossing situated on Spruce Ro...


Federal government rejects amendments to Bill C-69

The federal government has rejected amendments to Bill C-69 proposed by the Senate Energy Committee after the committee toured the country to get input from Canadians on the b...


Zajac PPC candidate in Souris-Moose Mountain

Souris-Moose Mountain MP Robert Kitchen has a challenger on the right. Phillip Zajac of Estevan has been nominated by the People’s Party of Canada as the party’s candidate in ...


Vehicle stolen from Indian Head

The Indian Head RCMP is investigating the theft of a vehicle that occurred between the hours of 9:00 pm June 9 and 6:00 am on June 10. The vehicle was stolen from the owne...


Grand opening for Big Lou’s this Wednesday

This Wednesday, Big Lou’s in Esterhazy will be holding a grand opening for the lumber yard and for the new location of their glass shop. The grand opening comes after Lindsay ...


Conexus CEO Eric Dillon on Spy Hill closure

World-Spectator Editor Kevin Weedmark interviewed Conexus Credit Union CEO Eric Dillon last week on the planned closure of the Spy Hill branch this October. What process...


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Tackling the Trans Canada Trail for Cystic Fibrosis

When Kalea Mullett was a little girl growing up in Moosomin, she says two people inspired her—Terry Fox, and her older sister Lindsay, who had Cystic Fibrosos and passed away ...


Scott Moe has highest approval rating of any premier

Premier Scott Moe had a 65 per cent approval rating in a recent Angus Reid survey, the highest of all premiers in Canada. The rating is up six percentage points from the la...


Another delay for Line 3 in Minnesota

A Minnesota court ruled Monday, June 3 that Enbridge’s environmental impact statement for the replacement of its Line 3 oil pipeline is inadequate, raising the possibility of ...


Three vying for Sask Party nod in Cannington

Three candidates are vying for the Saskatchewan Party nomination in the Cannington constituency—Winston van Staveren, Marilyn Simons, and Daryl Harrison. Cannington include...


The Grizzlies

On April 19, Mongrel Media released the film “The Grizzlies” in Canadian theatres. The film, directed by Miranda de Pencier, is based on a true story, and depicts a youth lacr...


Conexus to close Spy Hill branch

Conexus Credit Union has announced the closure of the Spy Hill branch and eight other branches across Saskatchewan, effective end of business day on Oct. 2, 2019. In additi...


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2019 crop is in the ground

Producers are nearing the spring seeding finish line in Southeast Saskatchewan thanks to continued good seeding conditions. Matt Ross, an agronomist with Lincoln Farm Supp...


Mosaic K1 wins at provincial mine competition

Mosaic Esterhazy K1 was a big winner at the provincial Mine Rescue competition Saturday in Saskatoon. Mosaic Esterhazy K1 was the overal underground winner, was the winner ...


Michael MacDonald proud of Senate’s role

One day after the Senate transport committee rejected the federal moratorium on oil tankers in northern B.C., the energy committee that studied C-69 voted to approve 187 amend...


Crews will be working on right-of-way this summer

What happens after Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement pipeline is in the ground? With construction of the Line 3 replacement pipeline essentially complete in Canada, the process...


First Roxor going underground at Nutrien Rocanville

The first Mahindra Roxor customized by Rocanville’s Universe Satellite Sales for the mining industry is going underground at the Nutrien Rocanville mine, and owner Stan Langle...


SERM, RCMP looking for bear spotted in Moosomin

Moosomin RCMP have issued the following statement about a bear that was sighted in Moosomin Tuesday evening. There is a small bear that was seen wandering around town last ...


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