Todd Davidson of Davidson’s Truck & Tractor, left, presented a $6,000 cheque to the RM of Moosomin Reeve David Moffatt last week.
Kristjan Hebert of Hebert Grain Ventures, left, presented a $25,000 cheque to RM of Moosomin Reeve David Moffatt.
Conexus Credit Union presented a cheque for $100,000 last week for the expansion of Moosomin’s airport to accommodate the Saskatchewan Air Ambulance.
It was an exciting day for the Moosomin airport project team when Burns Maendel Consulting Engineers delivered the first artist's concept drawings for the newly proposed airport improvement project.
Carly St. Onge, who grew up in Moosomin, was part of history August 2 when she was part of the first Saskatchewan Air Ambulance flight with an all-female crew.
The group working on expanding Moosomin’s Airport is getting closer to finalizing funding commitments from municipalities for expansion of the local airport to allow Saskatchewan Air Ambulance to better serve the area
Jim Thompson, the director of the Saskatchewan Air Ambulance, says that improvements to Moosomin’s airport are “absolutely critical” to provide air ambulance coverage to southeast Saskatchewan.
There were no injuries when this small aircraft crashed in a field near Moosomin's Airport, Thursday evening. The pilot and passenger walked away and required no medical attention. The Transportation Safety Board is investigating the incident which occurred at 7:20 pm Thursday,