$4 million boost for Moosomin Airport expansion

The Moosomin airport expansion is $4 million closer to reality after announcements by Nutrien and the provincial government Wednesday of new funding for the expansion. Nutr...


Indian Head RCMP investigating fatal collision

On February 6, 2023 at approximately 7:45 p.m., Indian Head RCMP received a report of a motor vehicle collision on Highway #1, approximately five kilometres west of Indian Hea...


Cenotaph Centennial celebration in 2024

At the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce meeting on Jan. 24, Brian Beckett told members about the Cenotaph Centennial committee’s plan for arranging a huge anniversary event in Jun...


Backpacks for Chilliwack has a personal connection to helping people on the street

A mother of five from the Moosomin area in Saskatchewan, spends every year putting together backpacks full of supplies to give to people who live on the streets in Chilliwack ...


Firefighters dive into water rescue training

On the weekend of Jan. 28, 20 firefighters participated in a water rescue course where they learned about rope rescue training, how to use water rescue boats and equipment, al...


Moosomin joins Kraft Hockeyville 2023: Needs community’s help in promoting arena

Moosomin has the opportunity to win $250,000 and be the host for an NHL game, if it is the winner of the competition for Kraft Hockeyville 2023. However, in order for Mooso...


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Citizenship the end of a long road for Santos-Cardoza family


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Sharpe’s Burger Blitz is back Feb. 13-18

Sharpe’s third annual Burger Blitz is back from Monday, February 13 to Saturday, February 18, and this year the week-long event will include even more restaurants than last ye...


Moosomin will be home to new senior men’s baseball team this spring

Moosomin will be home to a Senior Men’s Baseball team this spring for the first time in decades. The Moosomin Badgers Senior Men’s Baseball Team is being formed and will st...


Update on health care recruitment in Sask.

The World-Spectator editor Kevin Weedmark and Reporter Sierra D’Souza Butts recently spoke with Saskatchewan’s Health Minister Everett Hindley about the province’s progress...


Kitchen disappointed in census process

Souris-Moose Mountain MP Dr. Robert Kitchen says he is disappointed in the fact the Statistics Canada undercounted several communities in the region in the 2021 census and is ...


Citizenship the end of a long road for Santos-Cardoza family

It was the end of a long road for the Santos-Cardoza family Wednesday as the family gained their Canadian citizenship. The family fled Honduras for Canada and applied for r...


Jasmine George starts as new Junior Councillor

Jasmine George attended the Redvers Town Council meeting on Wednesday as the town’s new Junior Councillor. This is the first time that Redvers has had a junior councillor. ...


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Firefighter Aid from Edmonton heading to Ukraine

What started out as a group sending safety equipment and medical supplies to help first responders in Ukraine, has now turned to a team of firefighters going to the country to...


Esterhazy High School hopes to raise $61,000 to pay for new football field

This year, Esterhazy High School is aiming to raise $61,000 by June to finish paying off their schools community council loan, which was used to pay for the school’s newly for...


Citizens concerned about town’s census numbers

Following the mayor’s wrap up of the highlights for the Town of Moosomin at Tuesday’s Chamber of Commerce meeting, residents expressed their concerns about the town’s 2021 cen...


Moosomin, Kipling receive TSS Grants

Moosomin and Kipling have both been approved for Targeted Sector Support grants. The town of Moosomin will receive a $25,000 grant for a feasibility study on a new communit...


Thrift store donates $10,000 for CT Scanner

In support of funding a CT Scanner for the Southeast Integrated Care Centre Moosomin, the Rocanville Thrift Store donated $10,000 to the Moosomin and District Health Care Foun...


Construction for apartment buildings in town will start spring, developer tells Chamber members

On Jan. 24 at the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce meeting, Evan Keller of Keller Developments introduced himself to members, and gave an update on where the company is at for bui...


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