Check online before you head out. There are some delays being reported for flights to eastern Canada this morning. Not everywhere, but there are some.
Regina was all clear to start the day but delays have started to pop up. That storm that hit Ontario and Quebec has caused some disturbances and the system is now over the Maritimes as they get thumped with high winds, rain and snow.
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It's been a welcome Health Care addition to the Five Hills Health Region. And not just to officials, but to patients. The Crescent
Keep your vehicles off Buffalo Pound Lake. That message from the RCMP and Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management, following
Two people are facing numerous Fraud-related, Theft and Possession of Stolen Property charges after an investigation prompted by the rec
Traffic was diverted for several hour Wednesdy following a collision between a semi-trailer unit and a train at the intersection of 9th Av
The goal: fifty-thousand dollars in 50 days. The result: over 62-thousand dollars raised for Hunger In Moose Jaw's "I Bought A Lunch" ca
Moose Jaw city councillors and employees have heard many "talk the talk" when it comes to the city's budget. Now, they're letting us "
As budget talks start in Moose Jaw, infrastructure is dominating the early conversations and just like in years past, there is a major sho
As the National Hockey League tries to contain an outbreak of the mumps amongst players, the local Five Hills Health Region is also taking
Despite some rivers and lakes being just fine, anglers are being reminded to be very cautious when going ice fishing this winter. A 76
City Counselors listen to the Operating and Capital Budgets at City Hall Monday night. It looks like the City of Moose Jaw is going deeper
Al Rossler(left), member of Knights of Columbus, presents a cheque for $1500 to Jeff Fox(centre), CEO of Moose Jaw YMCA. The Moose Jaw YMCA
With the holiday break fast approaching, members of Moose Jaw City Council have new stack of paperwork to start reading. The 2015 Operat
We've got another morning of icy conditions around Moose Jaw. That freezing drizzle has been falling off and on for more than 24 hours n
The Assiniboia RCMP are seeking assistance in locating 76 year old John Rustad of Bengough, Saskatchewan. On the morning of Dece
A picture of the nativity scene from Doug Nimegeers front lawn. For Moose Jaw resident Doug Nimegeers, it was nothing short of a Christmas
There was a two-vehicle collision that occurred Monday afternoon, likely caused by the icy roads. Moose Jaw Police and Fire Crews responded
Freezing rain is causing several problems on southern Saskatchewan highways Monday afternoon. Icy higwhways have reduced traffic speeds
Cathy Bassett, Public Education Officer with the Fire Department. With the holiday season coming up, that means that people will want to ke
A concept photo of the new Donor Wall that will be going up inside the new Regional Hospital being built in Moose Jaw. It was certainly a b
Shelly Howe, one of the organizers for the First Night New Years Eve celebration. If you and your family are stuck for ideas this New Years
Hunger is something that is all too familiar to many children in the city of Moose Jaw. That is where Hunger in Moose Jaw steps in to
Producers around Moose Jaw are being reminded about a recycling day for grain bags and twine coming up next week. The Moose Jaw River Wat
Dr. Vianne Timmons at 800 CHAB. Dr. Vianne Timmons, President of the University of Regina, paid a visit to the Friendly City on Thursday.
With the abnormally warm weather that much of the province experienced yesterday, it was only inevitable that a few records were broken.
Sergeant Cliff Froehlich (L) and Chief Rick Bourassa. Bourassa is a member of the Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police, which he