July 28, 2014
Thousands expected at Moosomin Regional Park: Living Skies Come Alive this weekend
Current NewsThousands expected at Moosomin Regional Park: Living Skies Come Alive this weekend
The skies over Moosomin Lake will come alive with fireworks this weekend as the fifth annual Living Skies Come Alive fireworks competition gets under way Saturday and Sunday August 2 and 3 at Moosomin Regional Park.
Some of the events that will be. . .
After a massive rainfall inundated Moosomin with flooding on the July long weekend, the second storm that hit the town on July 10 was not needed—about four inches of rain, heavy winds, and hail hit the town at about 5 p.m.
Many streets around town. . .
After the second major downpour within two weeks, and significant flooding as a result, the town of Moosomin has declared a Local Emergency. The State of Emergency was declared at a special council meeting at 10:15 Thursday night and will remain in e. . .
Free Downloadable Special Features (2014)
The salute to the 2014 Moosomin Rodeo, coming up July 4 and 5.
Our annual spring salute to minor sports in our area. Including; football, baseball, soccer and swimming.
Our 2014 salute to high school graduates in our area, including; Moosomin, Rocanville, Wawota, Maryfield, Kipling, Whitewood, Elkhorn, St. Lazare and Plainview.
A feature dedicated to the mining, energy and manufacturing industries in our local area.
The World-Spectator's Get Involved section highlights local volunteer groups. Get involved with your community and help make a difference today!
Employment Opportunities available in Southeast Saskatchewan and Southwest Manitoba, as featured in the April issue of the Plain & Valley.
A special edition dedicated to one of the areas important industries.
Spend your dollar where it matters the most - at home locally! See this issue for 98 businesses who employ 1547 people in the local area.
An issue featuring minor hockey teams and local figure skating clubs.
This section pays special tribute to our local professionals.