Twin Valley Co-op has announced plans to close its home centre on Richhill Avenue, Elkhorn’s main street, in early 2019. The Elkhorn Chamber of Commerce is organizing a community meeting for this Thursday, October 18 at 7:30 pm at the Elkhorn Elks Hall to hear from Twin Valley and provide an opportunity for questions. “The Board of Directors . . .
On Grey Cup Sunday, November 25, the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce and the Moosomin Rec Department are planning an event to welcome and thank the Banister pipeliners for making Moosomin their home base, combined with a public Grey Cup party with the game on a 30-foot screen.
Plans for Grey Cup Sunday consist of two parts:
Carlyle RCMP lay charges against drug impaired driver
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At approximately 1:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10th, Carlyle RCMP responded to a complaint of a possible drug-impaired driver. The vehicle was stopped in the Arcola, Saskatchewan area and the adult male driver and lone occupant was tested by a qualified Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) RCMP member. The test supported an impaired driving charge a. . .
The RM of Ellice-Archie is sending a resolution to the Association of Manitoba Municipalities regarding Energy East. The town and RM of Moosomin have been trying to get Energy East back on the national agenda. The town and RM took proposals to the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association and the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipa. . .
Moosomin RCMP are trying to identify the man in this photo. On September 30, 2018 at approximately 9:33 am, this man was observed on camera taking batteries and wheels and placing them in the back of a truck from a business in Moosomin. He appears to have a large scar on the top, right side of his head. Anyone who may be able to identify t. . .
The Government of Saskatchewan is now receiving applications for a new incentive to help encourage mineral exploration in targeted areas of the province. The Targeted Mineral Exploration Incentive is designed to cover a portion of expenditures associated with ground-based exploration activities. It offers a rebate of 25 per cent of eligibl. . .
World-Spectator editor Kevin Weedmark spoke with Peter MacKay last week regarding Energy East and the efforts of the town and RM of Moosomin to restart the national discussion on the national pipeline project, which has been shelved by TransCanada. MacKay served as the Minister of Justice and Attorney General (2013–2015), Minister of National . . .
The owner of an Alberta trucking company involved in the fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash has been charged. Alberta Transportation Minister Brian Mason says Sukhmander Singh of Adesh Deol Trucking faces charges of non-compliance with various federal and provincial safety regulations. "The charges follow an investigation that was completed by . . .
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