Monthly Archive

August 2014

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 120 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News

Moose Jaw Teen Killed In Accident

A shot of the accident scene. (Photo courtesy RCMP) At approximately 5:30pm yesterday afternoon Milestone RCMP responded to a two vehicle collision on Highway #39 about 5km north of Milestone. The ac... read more..

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Public Library Offering Fall Programming

The Moose Jaw Public library had a summer season filled with children's programs, and even though summer is coming to a close and school is right around the corner, the library still has a wide vari read more..

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Mayor Talks About Need For Student Housing

The new school year kicks off this Tuesday, and students of the SIAST Palliser Campus that require a place to live are looking for a solution to their housing needs. Mayor Deb Higgins says that she read more..

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Health Officials Stress West Nile Safety

With summer un-officially coming to an end this weekend, a lot of people are going to be trying to soak up some sun one last time, but our local medical health officer is reminding us about mosquito read more..

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Temple Gardens Ballroom Rockin' Celebration Underway

The old Temple Gardens Dance Hall -- Photo courtesy of Tourism Moose Jaw Downtown Moose Jaw will be filled with the sound of music and with memories this weekend, as The Temple Gardens Ballroom Rocki... read more..

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Back To School Right Around The Corner

With the days growing shorter and day time highs getting lower, summer is comming to an end, and that means school is just around the corner.  Geri Hall, Acting Director of Education for Holy Trinity... read more..

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Back to School Driving Reminders

As summer vacation comes to a close, CAA Saskatchewan wants to remind drivers of some automotive etiquette when it comes to school zones. CAA Director of Communications and Public Relations Christi read more..

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Dozens of Cars Jump the Tracks

There was another train derailment in southwestern Saskatchewan, the third this summer, but this one was massive. At least 33 cars have jumped the tracks just east of Swift Current near the communi read more..

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Welcome The Fall Season With The Wakamow Harvest Moon Festival

The Wakamow Harvest Moon Festival will be underway Thursday September 4th down in the Kiwanis River Park, and it will be the perfect way to say goodbye to the summer season and to celebrate the upco read more..

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Confusion For Saskatchewan Green Party Over Candidate

There's confusion in the ranks of the Green Party of Saskatchewan.  Yesterday, the party had announced their two candidates for Moose Jaw in the next provincial election. Randolph Watson for Moose J read more..

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New Traffic Cameras in Sask

A view from the new traffic camera on the north side of Moose Jaw The Saskatchewan Highway Hotline has taken the next step to supply Saskatchewan resident with up to date information on how the highw... read more..

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Umbrella and Sunscreen Type of Weekend

There will be a little bit of everything this weekend as we take in the un-official last weekend of summer.  With kids going back to school next week, many families are looking to get in one last ou read more..

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Highway Hotline Adds Six New Cameras

  A view of what the camera is able to see. The Saskatchewan Highway Hotline has made some improvements when it comes to road coverage. Six new roadside cameras have been installed across the provin... read more..

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Watermain Repair Costs Soaring Sky High

Councillor Brian Swanson speaks at City Council. The cost to fix watermain breaks in Moose Jaw appears to have more than quadrupled in just five years and as council prepares for the 2015 budget proc... read more..

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DMJ News

Longer Trains Not Impacting Local Emergency Crews

With concerns over long, slow trains blocking streets and preventing emergency vehicles from responding to calls in some neighbourhoods in Saskatoon, there are questions over whether the long trains read more..

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Green Party Selects Two for MJ

In an attempt to have candidates in all 61 ridings, the Green Party of Saskatchewan has announced their picks for Moose Jaw, both the Wakamow and North ridings. Randolph Scott Watson was nominated read more..

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Emergency Crews Respond to Pedestrian Vehicle Accident

At 3:18pm today, Moose Jaw Police, Moose Jaw EMS and the Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to an accident between a vehicle and a pedestrian on Manitoba St E at 1st Ave NE. Upon arrival the 16 ye read more..

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Temple Gardens Ballroom Rockin' Celebration Runs This Weekend

A shot of the old Temple Gardens Dance Hall. (Photo courtesy Tourism Moose Jaw)  It's coming up on this weekend and has been in the works for a couple of years! The Temple Gardens Ballroom Rockin' read more..

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Moose Javians Developing City Property Without Approval

The row of trees that were recently planted on city property. It's becoming an issue that City Hall is trying to get a handle on. In some neighbourhoods, property owners are expanding their yards ont... read more..

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DMJ News

Journey to Hope Helps with Awareness

Raising funds and awareness for suicide awareness is what they do. Journey to Hope is made up of individuals from Moose Jaw and the surrounding area who are members of the Survivors of Suicide Suppo read more..

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Highway 2 Flooded on Sunday

This summer hasn't been the greatest, especially when you look at the amount of rain and storm activity that has hit Saskatchewan. This past weekend saw yet another 50mm of rain fall on the Friendly C... read more..

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Buses No Longer Stopping At Sobeys

Photo courtesy of The City of Moose Jaw With the closure of Sobeys in Moose Jaw, buses that have been stopping in that location will no longer do so. Manager of Transit, Mark Sture, says that since ... read more..

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City Hall Preparing For Budget Process

Moose Jaw City Hall is preparing for the 2015 budget process. Infrastructure is her top priority heading into the planning session next month. Mayor Deb Higgins is going through her notes as City Hal... read more..

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SIAST Palliser Campus Safe After Threat

SIAST Palliser Campus was evacuated to start the week after a letter being received that was threatening in nature. Anne Neufeld, Provost and Vice President for SIAST, says that they contacted Moose read more..

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Break In Suspect Arrested

One person is in custody after being arrested Sunday morning following a break in to a home on the 10 hundred block of 5th NE. Moose Jaw Police say they got the call just before 2:30 Sunday morning read more..

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Cold and Wet Weekend

Storm clouds roll in over Lake Diefenbaker Saturday That certainly wasn't needed as southern Saskatchewan is now dealing with a massive amount of rain.  It wasn't like the other storms this summer th... read more..

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Police Not Following The Law According to SGI

  Is it illegal for a person to ride in the back of a pick up truck? You would think the law on the matter was pretty black and white, but it turns out it depends on what city you live in. SGI lea read more..

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Health Officials Talking West Nile Safety After Positive Saskatchewan Case

Health officials in Saskatchewan are once again reminding residents to take precautions after a confirmed human case of West Nile Virus in Saskatchewan. The human case is not within the health regi read more..

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Canadians Paying More to Taxes Than Necessities of Life

Taxes are now outstripping our bank accounts, despite the fact that most Canadian believe food and shelter are their main expenditures each year. A new report from the Fraser Institute breaks down exa... read more..

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Storm System Could Bring Southeastern Saskatchewan Large Amounts Of Rain

A map highlighting the areas that are expected to get high amounts of rainfall The Water Security Agency here in Saskatchewan as well as Environment Canada are saying a large amount of rain could be ... read more..

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