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    Practical & Applied Arts Program Giving Opportunities to Local Students

    It was an exciting day for students, staff and employers in the Prairie South School Division on Monday. To kick off education week, Prairie South announced several partnership agreements with southern Saskatchewan employers as part of their Practical And Applied Arts program. The program, which has been a couple years in the making, allows students to ga...

  • People Still Speeding in School Zones

    A surprisingly large number of speeding tickets were handed out last month during a school zone safety blitz performed by Saskatchewan Police with the help of SGI. Police issued 760 ...

  • Recycling Meets Some Resistance

    Saying she feared that the idea would be viewed as "forcing" people of Moose Jaw to recycle, one of the biggest supporters of a move to curbside recycling last week, is now using that ...

  • Records Come Tumbling Down

    Another record setting day in Saskatchewan as 27 records were broken, including ours here in Moose Jaw. We hit 24 degrees, just breaking the old record of 23.9 set in 1938.  Regina ...

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Sports News

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    Road Lessons For Warriors

    It may only have been game 11 out of 72, but the Moose Jaw Warriors learnt a lot about their team during Saturday's 4-3 win in Swift Current. The win over the Broncos was the fi
  • Kiryk Named Province's Top Wrestler

    To say Devin Kiryk had a good season would be a drastic understatement, the local wrestler put together an incredible year that included a second place finish

  • Central & Vanier Advance In HS Football

    Semifinal Saturday is set and will feature all three Moose Jaw teams for the first time since the league expanded two years ago. The high school football lea

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Agricultural News

  • WTO Rules on COOL

    The World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled in favour of Canada in regards to US country of origin meat labelling rules, stating that the US is discriminating against exports from
  • CGC Harvest Samples Due Nov 1

    A reminder for farmers there’s still time to submit crop samples to the Canadian Grain Commission. The CGC’s Harvest Sample Program gives potential custome

  • Saskatchewan Hail Claims

    Saskatchewan had its fair share of severe weather this year. High winds and hail resulted in some crop lodging and hail damage. Murray Bantle Chairs the Can

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