Current NewsSome homes still without heat after flooding
Many people are still without heat in their homes after the summer floods. Local plumbers are saying they can finally see a light at the end of the tunnel as they near November, but are still replacing furnaces.
“A little bit of it is ordering, bu. . .
The town of Moosomin is moving forward with plans for flood alleviation on Cook Road, Wright Road and Ellice Street with hopes of much of that work being done this fall yet.
After spending a day with WSP Canada Engineering to discuss flooding prob. . .
Exactly 25 years after it came to Wawota the first time, the RCMP Musical Ride is returning to the community.
The RCMP Musical Ride will be in Wawota on July 28, 2015.
Meredith Swanson, who applied to have the ride come to Wawota, says he was s. . .
Free Downloadable Special Features (2014)
Our fall salute to the Mining, Energy and Manufacturing sector.
Salute to our local heroes Inside this week’s newspaper. Honoring those who keep us safe.
Our special fall section of Get Involved. Includes articles and contact information for various volunteer organizations in the area. Check it out and get involved!
Our annual fall salute to local agriculture.
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.