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    Canadian Cancer Society Tan Free Grad

    Tuesday April 21, 2015

    With graduation ceremonies fast approaching, many teens are working to look their best for the big day... but the Canadian Cancer Society

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    CAA Saskatchewan's Worst Road

    Tuesday April 21, 2015

    The list is in, and several local highways made the CAA Saskatchewan list of the Top Ten Worst Roads. Voting in the annual campaign is ov

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    Another Push to Save Hyperbaric Chamber

    Tuesday April 21, 2015

    The battle continues in Moose Jaw to prevent our hyperbaric chamber from being decommissioned with the launch of the new regional hospital

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    Driver Charged in Monday Crash

    Tuesday April 21, 2015

    Charges have now been laid after that four vehicle crash involving a school bus Monday morning. Moose Jaw Police say a train was blocking

  • Broten On Stage

    NDP Nomination for Wakamow Happens Tuesday

    Tuesday April 21, 2015

    Will local nurse Karen Purdy get the nod the Moose Jaw Wakamow NDP? We'll find out Tuesday night as the local Constituency Association is

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    More Alert Testing

    Tuesday April 21, 2015

    As federal and provincial agencies prepare to officially launch the new National Alert, Aggregation and Dissemination system, more testing

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    Parks and Recreation Working On Outdoor Pool

    Monday April 20, 2015

    Moose Jaw Parks and Recreation is starting to prepare for summertime as they are pumping out the Phylis Dewar Pool today. Kelly Mentanko,

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    SGI's March Traffic Safety Focus Results

    Monday April 20, 2015

    Police buckled down on those not buckled up properly in March. SGI's traffic safety focus last month was on occupant restraints. Police

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    Little Yellow Ducks Creating Organ Donation Awareness

    Monday April 20, 2015

    Have you found a little yellow duck in the last few days? Brad Stewart hopes so.  Stewart, along with wife Sandra, are touting the "Litt

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    Local Resident Won't Use PDAP

    Monday April 20, 2015

    The City of Moose Jaw is still tallying the damage from last month's flood and is working on plans to apply to the government for Provinci

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    Crash on 9th Ave Bridge

    Monday April 20, 2015

    Details are limited at this point but we've learned of a four vehicle crash at the south end of the 9th Avenue NW Bridge this morning. Ca

  • Saskatchewan Legislature

    Wall, Harper Sign Uranium Deal with India

    Monday April 20, 2015

    Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi came together last week to sign a h

  • Ray Boughen

    Boughen Back to Work for Budget

    Monday April 20, 2015

    Palliser Member of Parliament Ray Boughen and his colleges from across the country are back in Ottawa this week following their spring bre

  • MS Walk

    Saskatchewan Blue Cross MS Walk

    Sunday April 19, 2015

    It's a walk to support those with MS, and Saskatchewan has one of the highest rates of the disease in the country. The Blue Cross' MS walk

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    Home Invasion On South Hill

    Sunday April 19, 2015

    Yesterday morning around 8 am, Moose Jaw Police were called to assist EMS with an apparent problem. Sgt. Cliff Froehlich says that once t

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    Worksafe Saskatchewan Safety Presentation

    Sunday April 19, 2015

    Sask Polytechnic hosted the Worksafe Saskatchewan street team on Thursday afternoon, featuring guest speaker Curtis Weber. The Worksafe S

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    Celebrating Local Emergency Dispatchers

    Saturday April 18, 2015

      Saturday marks the last day of Emergency Telecommunicators Week in Saskatchewan.  Moose Jaw's Shelley Harms has been a Communications

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    PDAP Funding Available For Moose Jaw

    Saturday April 18, 2015

    River Valley residents affected by last month's flooding will have a chance to recoup their flood cleanup costs. The provincial government

  • skills comp students

    Provincial Skills Competition From Sask Polytechnic

    Saturday April 18, 2015

    Sask Polytechnic hosted the Provincial Skills Competition this Thursday and Friday. It's an Olympic-style competition for secondary, post-

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    Treasures

    Saturday April 18, 2015

    One persons trash is another persons treasure.  That saying is never more true than at this time of year when Garage sales spring up acro

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    Arbitration Ruling Ends Contract Dispute Between City and Firefighters

    Friday April 17, 2015

    After contract talks, that date back to December 2014, failed... an arbitration ruling has brought and end to a contract dispute between t

  • Grant Hall Dining Room Wins Rookie of The Year Award

    Friday April 17, 2015

    A few area businesses were recognized at the 26th annual Sask Tourism Awards of Excellence. The Grant Hall Dining Room won Rookie of Th

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    The Annual Moose Jaw Music Festival

    Friday April 17, 2015

    The Moose Jaw Music Festival starts tonight.  Vocal competitions will begin this evening at the Art Museum Theatre, with band performance

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    The 31st annual Invitational Dance Carnival

    Friday April 17, 2015

    The 31st annual Invitational Dance Carnival kicked off yesterday at Peacock Collegiate, and is playing host to more than 1,200 dancers fro

  • Council For Canadians Against Energy East

    Friday April 17, 2015

      The Council of Canadians stopped in Moose jaw Thursday night with their “Energy East – Our Risk, Their Reward” tour. The group opp

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