Country 100

Farmer Appreciation

Before you get into the swing of things on the farm, Country 100 would like to treat you with Farmer Appreciation Day. Join us March 18th at Moose Jaw's Heritage Inn as we highlight you for all that you do on the farm. We'll take care of lunch, and you can win thousands of dollars in prizes!

Farmer Appreciation Day brought to you by:

  1. Moose Jaw Toyota, Young's Equipment in Moose Jaw and Eagle Tire & Auto, Heartland Agro in Moose Jaw, Regina and Lumsden and Country 100!

  2. Moose Jaw Ford, Raven Machine Limited, Raydon Castle Building Center, Nelson GM, Parrish and Heimbecker in Moose Jaw and Country 100!

  3. Village Ford Lincoln, Peavey Mart, Viterra Moose Jaw and South Country Equipment and Country 100!

We have a Grand Prize for Farmer Appreciation....

Trimble EZ-Guide Plus GPS system. Its adaptable to the ex steer and boom control for the trimble brand. Retails for $2300.00

Here We Go Again! Country 100 at Agribition

Happy Agribition from Country 100!

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If you are down enjoying the sites and sounds of Evraz Place, make sure you stop by the Country 100 booth. The booth is located just outside the Brandt Centre. We'll be there all week handing out popcorn and a chance for you to win a $1000 travel voucher from CAA Saskatchewan, A Scotties Tournament Of Hearts ticket pack, and 3 John Deere Farm toys from South Country Equipment.

The full schedule of events can be found here.

Where else would you find goats in costumes!.


You goat to be kidding me!

Kinsmen Annual Santa Parade


The annual Kinsmen Santa Claus Parade and lights on ceremony is this Sunday!  The parade will kick off at 6:00 and the lights on ceremony will follow immediately afterwards at 5th Avenue Collection.  The parade will START on Manitoba st and head North on Main st following the usual Santa Claus parade route.

Coordinater Scott Bradford tells us more


You can find Santa in Moose Jaw starting this Sunday after the Moose Jaw Kinsmen Santa Clause Parade at 6pm. But last week he had an  adorable lunch date.....

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Last Wednesday, a three-year-old named Gracie Wilson was at a restaurant in Evansville, Indiana, and saw a mall Santa sitting at a booth having breakfast. He was in his red Santa suit, with his jacket off. And he was by himself... so she decided to sit WITH him, because she didn't think Santa should have to eat alone. Gracie's grandmother knew the guy might not want to deal with kids right before his shift, so she asked him if it was okay first. But he was cool with it. According to Gracie's mom, they talked for 20 minutes about the movie "Frozen" and how the weather is at the North Pole. They also talked about Christmas presents, but she didn't ask for any. She just said she wants to meet her new baby brother for Christmas. Which she will... her mom's due in a couple weeks!

Bullet Points With Brayden Point

Warriors Captian and Subway Super Series Alumni, Brayden Point stop by the studio to reflect on his time on the Super Series Squad and being the 20th Captian in Warriors history.

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Follow Brayden Point and the Warriors throughout the season and quest to the playoffs here.

Paws For Pledges Radiothon Was A Huge Sucess

totalresize(L-R) Country 100's Brandon Hall, Director of The Moose Jaw Humane Society Kristyn McEwen, Volunteer Kelly Millar, Country 100's Wayne Lamb, and MJHS board members Roy Labuick and John Labuick pose with the final total.

With donations from local businesses, organizations and caring Moose Jaw Residents, the 2nd Annual Paws For Pledges Radiothon in support of The Moose Jaw Humane Society raised a total of $71,388, which surpassed their goal of $60,000.

The radiothon ran from 6am Friday morning until 6pm Friday evening on Country 100FM, and the love and support for the shelter was apparent.

Canadian Tire in Moose Jaw made a donation of $1000, The Moose Jaw Firefighters made a $500 donation, a sizable donation of $10,000 from a supporter of the Humane Society who preferred to remain unnamed, and many more helped to raise those funds.

The Humane Society made it clear that while monetary donations are a large part of keeping the shelter in running order, donations of your time such as taking the animals in the shelter for a walk and helping out around the facilities are just as valuable.  Watch this to find out more about how the money will be utilized.