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.
They're back for another year, the beautification awards recognize some of the most beautifully landscaped properties in Moose Jaw. City
Just when we thought we were in the clear, Environment Canada has said that there will be winds blowing heavy smoke down to the south. Sm
Lake Manitou has gradually risen over the last few years due to high spring runoff and precipitation levels. The lake is the centrepiece
It's one of the most popular events in Moose Jaw during the summer and it was successful once again. Sidewalk Days took over the downtown
It was a good downpour but way too short. That seems to be the story when it comes to the rain around Moose Jaw this year. Just when i
Break out your old acid wash jeans and the neon, from July 7th to the 11th, the Mae Wilson Theatre will be showing some classic 80's movie
It was a fun day used to create awareness for a worthy cause. Yesterday's A-moose-ing Race was a success, as nearly 40 teams competed in t
He may be new to town, but not new to the job. Wilbur McLean is the first Communications Manager in the history of Moose Jaw. McLean says
Moose Jaw native Louis Dombowsky is a furniture designer, who works on designing his own line, which is starting to be picked up in stores
Sidewalk Days has concluded for another year. The annual downtown festival featured nine blocks of shopping, food, activities for t
We can thank Mother Nature for the low mosquito population. Public Health has confirmed a smaller than normal amount of mosquitoes in
Prince Albert is a gateway to some of our province's most beautiful recreation areas - and it's also the gateway towards the raging wildfi
Take your puffers. That advice from Five Hills Medical Health officer, Dr. Mark Vooght, who says it's very important for those with respi
Thousands of northern Saskatchewan residents been displaced because of raging forest fires. So have their pets. Many of the people s
Eight members of the Moose Jaw Police Service combed their hair for the last time (for a while) Friday morning. That's because it wa
K+S Potash has rejected a friendly takeover bid from Potash Corp and that could set up a financial fire fight over the summer. The $8.7 b
How hot was it in June? According to Environment Canada, the average daytime high was 25.7 degrees. This was the hottest since 1997, when
The Sidewalk Days committee introduced a new feature to the downtown street festival this year, and judging by the response, the Scotiaban
It will be several months before the 7th Aveune southwest bridge re-opens to Moose Jaw traffic. The bridge was damaged by ice flows in
Despite what appears to be fewer mosquitos in southern Saskatchewan due to dry weather, we are entering what health officials call "West
There's a need in Moose Jaw, the city has some money set aside for housing, so could the Moose Jaw Transition House be the next local proj
Northern Saskatchewan continues to deal with raging wildfires that are forcing campers out of the woods and residents from their homes.
148 years old and going strong. That seemed to be the theme of Canada Day in Moose Jaw as the city celebrated our nations birthday with
Valerina Beresha is celebrating Canada Day as a Canadian high school graduate. The native of Kosovo was part of Central Collegiate's
Don't believe everything you hear. There have been reports made to police that people are going around Moose Jaw asking for donations of