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Chrysler dealership opening in Moosomin

[February 27, 2017 • By Kara Kinna]
Moosomin will soon be the home of a new Chrysler dealership. Ron Kaban—who owns Yorkton Hyundai and Whitewood Chrysler Dodge, and is a partner in other dealerships around W. . .READ MORE

C-Hawks edge past Rangers in first game of NCHL South final

[February 27, 2017 • By Kevin Weedmark]
The Miniota-Elkhorn C-Hawks edged past the Moosomin Rangers to win the first game of the NCHL South Final series 6-5 Thursday night in Elkhorn. A year ago, the Rangers and . . .READ MORE

Moosomin Kinsmen plan second fish derby for Telemiracle

[February 20, 2017 • By Kara Kinna]
The Moosomin Kinsmen Club are holding their second fishing derby as a fundraiser for Telemiracle on Sunday, Feb. 26. The derby will take place at Moosomin Lake and will inc. . .READ MORE

Census numbers may help Moosomin minimize funding cut

[February 20, 2017 • By Kevin Weedmark]
Saskatchewan municipalities were warned at the recent Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association convention to expect a reduction in revenue sharing grants in 2017. One . . .READ MORE

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