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.
To the Five Hills Health Region, it makes sense. To many residents of Craik, it's a concern. Two rallies have been staged by Craik re
The logo for Telemiracle 37. Archive photo An annual Telemiracle tradition took place in Fife Lake Hotel yesterday, where approximately $19
Michelle Blakely of Tourism Moose Jaw has been nominated for Tourism Employee of the Year. Archive photo The list is out, and there are sev
They've been under the magnifying glass all winter but Premier Brad Wall and his Saskatchewan Party government will now be tested in the l
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Saying they don't have a contracted doctor for the area and want to curb any future cuts to rural health care, residents of the Craik dist
Aaron Ruston of Purposed Financial Monday will be a hectic day for banks and financial planners. The deadline to buy RSPs for the 2014 tax
Moose Jaw Police were called about about hit and run at 4:22 this morning. 3 parked vehicles had been hit on the 700 block of Hochelega S
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The logo for Telemiracle 37 They've raised over a quarter-million dollars for Telemiracle, and they're adding to that total today, in Fife
Horse-drawn wagon rides are one of the many features at Wakamow's Winterfest. Archive photo Families will be able to enjoy some fun-filled
Seedy Sunday will be happening tomorrow, and new and experienced gardeners alike are encouraged to come and enjoy the second annual event.
Caitlyn Dixon (pictured left), with make-up brushes in hand. Model (right) Brianne Punk of Edge Agency, photographed
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A Cabri man was in court Friday facing numerous sex-related charges. 39-year old Ryan Chamberlain was arrested Wednesday by Maple Creek R
500 stuffed toy moose, all named "Morris", were donated to the Moose Jaw Fire Department by K+S Potash Canada Thursday afternoon. Th
The end of the line appears near for Moose Jaw's Drug Treatment Court. The program in existence since 2009, was designed to give those
Paul Martin spoke at Mosaic Place Thursday and came bearing good news about the future of Saskatchewan economy. Martin says that due to t
Be sure to check the price at the pumps, it looks like the days of sub dollar gas are coming to an end. Some analysts are saying that we
Twin Lakes Ranch Ministries near Moose Jaw received $10,000 in 2012 from the Moffat Family Fund.Since 2001 the Moffat family has given back
Caroline's cart, the special cart designed specifically for use with people with special needs, will be coming to grocery stores in Moose Ja
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Moose Jaw will be a bigger feature of the TransCanada Trail system in the near future. Parks and Recreation Director Jody Hauta explains
You'll need the extra layer today if you're going to be spending any amount of time outside. There's a distinct bite to the air. We're
RCMP have arrested a Regina man on sex charges involving teens and are asking for more information from the public. The man, who volu