What a day for Moose Jaw Police yesterday, as they zig zagged the city dealing with a host of different accidents.
Out of 23 calls for service there were 13 accidents, 5 were hit and runs and one was a vehicle pedestrian collision, but the person was treated as a precaution.
One person was also charged with possession of stolen property and obstructing a police officer. A stolen vehicle was recovered in the investigation and the suspect is also wanted in connection to a theft in Regina.
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A group of cancer survivors at a previous Relay for Life. The push is on to find all the people needed to help revamp Relay for Life in Moo
Don Newman can't remember an election where there were three competitive federal parties and he began covering politics in 1962. The l
As Buffalo Pound algae problems persist, the city of Moose Jaw has asked for our continued cooperation to curb water consumption. "Not a
There was a light sprinkle of rain Wednesday night but not enough to help with water conservation efforts around the city. It looked like
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Sheldon Kennedy New allegations against former Swift Current Broncos Coach and convicted sex offender, Graham James, is a little too close
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At Empire School Wednesday, the "Three Rs" are: Reading, Reading..and MORE reading. From open to close, Empire is devoting time for all
Work continues in Mosaic Place as crews work on installing the new escalator. Funding for the $1.1 million project came from the Multipl
It's been a safe haven for women and children since 1978 and Moose Jaw's Transition House is thankful for the money that keeps the shelter
High algae content in Buffalo Pound Lake has put strain on the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant, and has reduced its output capacity.
Home invasions, an attempted murder, aggravated assaults and other violence have made headlines in Moose Jaw over the last few months.
A Moose Jaw man is getting national recognition for his quest to peform "good deeds". Clayton Clysdale Finell's "Thousand Good Deeds" cam
Former Swift Current Broncos coach Graham James will appear in court June 19th, facing new sexual assault allegations. James' lawyer was i
No word or statement from the City of Moose Jaw but Regina residents are being asked to ration their water that comes from the Buffalo Pou
It can be one of the more challenging tasks for new parents, properly installing the safety seat in the vehicle. There's some help tod
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"The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." That's the slogan for this year's 3rd annual Moose Jaw Pride week that began
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Ahead of the next provincial election, NDP leader Cam Broten has been given the thumbs up by his party to continue as their head honcho.
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