Monthly Archive

September 2014

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 129 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Brent Manke

Minor Accident Tuesday Night

Shortly after the accident EMS crews were on site - no one was hurt  Emergency crews responded to Moose Jaw's most infamous intersection Tuesday night. Nobody was injured after a semi-trailer unit read more..

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Humane Society Benefiting From ResQwalk

Stephenie Campbell, with the Moose Jaw Humane Society show off the app on her phone. Fundraising is something that the Moose Jaw Humane Society is use to doing, whether it be a book sale or a radioth... read more..

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Mayor Touches on Ward Debate

Mayor Deb Higgins does like the idea of a hybrid ward system, but for now it isn't on the top of the cities to do list. The idea was defeated in the 2012 civic election but the idea of moving to a wa... read more..

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DMJ News

Ward Debate Isn't Done

The push for the ward system is back at Moose Jaw City Hall.  Bill Jennings feels the issue was not resolved when the ward system was defeated in a 2012 referendum. Saying it offers better represen read more..

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DMJ News

Province Looks at 2015 Road Work

Will the road to Buffalo Pound finally get fixed in 2015? The provincial government is trying to get a jump start on the 2015 construction season.  Hoping for more competitive bids and some price gua... read more..

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Potential "Sask First" Option for Provincial Parks

Will SK residents get first dibs at reserving campsites, like the new electrified sites at Buffalo Pound. If you plan on going camping next summer, you may get the first opportunity to book a campsit... read more..

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Journey to Hope a Massive Success

A shot of the crowd that attended the raining event. (Photo Courtesy: W. J. Jones & Son Funeral Home Facebook) With great support from the community, the Journey to Hope Walk was an overwhelming succ... read more..

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DMJ News

City Trying to Beat the Snow

City crews are trying to beat the snow and get as much road work done as possible As the weather starts to shift to the colder side, the city is trying to get the majority of issues fixed before the ... read more..

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DMJ News

Rouleau Business Hit by Fire

Picture of the fire posted to the Dog River Days Facebook page Sunday night Tragedy has hit the small community of Rouleau Saskatchewan.  Fire broke out Sunday evening at Spalding Orthopedics, a comp... read more..

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RuBarb & K+S Potash to Receive Award

It took a lot of hard work and assistance from a number of key, local people. But, this November, RuBarb Productions and K+S Potash Canada, will be recognized in Toronto by Business for the Arts, Ca read more..

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Robert Bachmann Seeking Board Position

Robert Bachmann is one of two candidates for the open board position. A by-election in the Prairie South School Division is set. Two candidates have stepped forward for the campaign in Subdivision 2 ... read more..

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Mayor Talks Vision 2020

After having a week to think things through and to reflect on the busy and informative week that saw Vision 2020 take over Moose Jaw, Mayor Deb Higgins shared her views about the sessions. "They we read more..

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SGI Offering Acquired Brain Injury Grant.

Kelly Froehlich, Provincial Acquired Brain Injury Education and Prevention Coordinator. Acquired brain injuries change lives and as time moves forward we learn more and more about them, The SGI Traff... read more..

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Fire on 8 Mile Destroys Home

The Moose Jaw Fire Department had a busy day yesterday as they were called to a house fire out on 8 Mile Road just north of Moose Jaw. Crews were on scene for approximately five hours, luckily no o read more..

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Bourassa & Higgins Talk Police Support Staff Contract

Police Chief Rick Bourassa. After nearly three years of negotiations, a new contract with the city was ratified on Tuesday by CUPE union members for Moose Jaw Police support staff. "It is very good,... read more..

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Journey To Hope Fundraiser Takes Place Today

Suicide is often a subject that is not openly discussed, and The Journey To Hope Walk for Suicide Awareness and Prevention is looking to change that. Anyone who has been touched by suicide in any w read more..

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20 Year Old Male Charged With Assault Involving A Weapon

A 20-year-old man is in police custody today after an altercation involving a weapon that occurred on Thursday afternoon at a South Hill residence. At approximately 3:15pm, the male allegedly assau read more..

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"It's Different on the Prairies"

John Kaminski, from Wisconsin, appreciates our farming process. Very often we get the feeling of "same old, same old" when it comes to harvest time in Saskatchewan, but for those from outside our are... read more..

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Mayor Reacts To New Contract For MJPS Support Staff

Deb Higgins is weighing in on the new contract for Moose Jaw Police support staff that has finally been agreed upon after nearly three years of negotiations with City Hall. The five-year agreement read more..

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DMJ News

Police Support Staff Get New Contract

Moose Jaw Police support staff have a new contract after more than two and a half years of negotiations with the City. The last deal expired in December of 2011 and the new contract for CUPE member read more..

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DMJ News

New STARS Chopper Takes Flight

PotashCorp CEO Jochen Tilk, Premier Brad Wall and STARS CEO Andrea Robertson "It's given patients hope in Saskatchewan." Those simple words helped to launch a brand new air ambulance for STARS in o... read more..

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STARS Air Ambulance Unveils New Helicopter

The brand new AW139 that will help save lives in Saskatchewan. Photo courtesy of Chris Rasmussen. It's given patients hope in Saskatchewan. Those simple words helped to launch a brand new air ambulan... read more..

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Moose Jaw Breaks Record High Temperature

Golfers at the Hillcrest taking advantage of unseasonably warm weather. It may be Fall on the calendar, but the weather says otherwise.  With most of the cities in our province at the 30 degree mark... read more..

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Repairs On Henry Street Underway

Extensive repairs on Henry Street are currently under-way. It has been an atrocious couple of years for residents of Henry street. Endless issues with potholes, water issues and even a sink hole have... read more..

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Moose Jaw Transit Department Joins Twitter

Moose Jaw's Transit Department has joined the world of social media. Starting on September 19th the Moose Jaw Transit Department began using Twitter to quickly send out on-going and daily service u read more..

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Barb Owens Vying For Board Position

Candidate for the open board position Barb Owens. The countdown is on to election day to determine who will take over the seat on the Prairie South School Board, left vacant by Jackie Jelinski's resi... read more..

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Brent Manke

Serge Kujawa Passes Away

Former crown prosecutor and MLA Serge Kujawa (photo courtesy CJME/Saskatchewan NDP)   The man who put Colin Thatcher away has passed away. Serge Kujawa died Monday.  He was famously known as the read more..

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Brent Manke

Provincial Cabinet Hole Filled

This will be the first cabinet post for Yorkton MLA Greg Ottenbreit Premier Wall didn't wait very long to fill a cabinet post. Greg Ottenbreit is Saskatchewan's new minister in charge of rural and read more..

Local News
Brent Manke

Beautification Awards Handed Out

 Local efforts to enhance our city's aesthetics haven't gone unnoticed.   The best of the best in local gardening were honoured this week wi... read more..

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Brent Manke

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Officially Launched

    Sarang More, Student's Association President at Palliser Campus was on hand for the announcement Wednesday The SIAST brand is a thing of the past.  Saskatchewan Polytechnic is the new name fo... read more..

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