Monthly Archive

October 2015

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 162 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Mike Booth

Moose Jaw Police Apologize After Tweet

Moose Jaw Police are saying sorry for a message that was sent out from their twitter feed. The message referred to a prisoner asking for police to pass around a hat to help her with bail money. Poli... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Police Officer Wellness Conference Comes To A Close

Nearly 200 police officers from around Canada were in Moose Jaw on Thursday and Friday for the Police Officer Wellness Conference, held at the Heritage Inn. One of the presenters was Dr. Lois James, ... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Better Together Food Drive Gearing Up For Big Night

Now is the time of year when we start to think about how we can help others as we get into the season of giving. The Better Together Food Drive in Moose Jaw has become a bit of a tradition in the cit... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Court Hears Sentencing Arguments in Dunford Case

A Regina man was back in Weyburn Court today, as Justice Lana Krogan heard arguments for his sentencing. Keith Dunford, 47, was found guilty of dangerous driving causing death on October 13th in rela... read more..

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Mike Booth

Non-Spooky Forecast For Trick Or Treaters On Saturday

Things are looking good as parents and kids around southern Saskatchewan prepare for Halloween tomorrow. Terri Laing with Environment Canada says there shouldn't be a need for the snow suits this yea... read more..

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Mike Booth

Five Hills CEO Discusses Early Successes And Struggles With New Hospital

The new Dr. F.H. Wigmore Hospital has been open for 10 days, and we are now getting a chance to hear how busy it was on moving day, October 20th. Cheryl Craig, Five Hills CEO says they had some chall... read more..

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Mike Booth

Charges Laid After Early Morning Stabbing

An arrest was made after a stabbing early this morning on the north side of the city. An adult was treated for non-life threatening injuries after being stabbed on the 0 block of Wood Lily around 4:2... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

15 Wing Raises $1,400 Pulling a Jet

15 Wing Moose Jaw continues their Government of Canada Workplace charitable campaign.  For the past few weeks members of our military have held several fundraising events at the base, including read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Man Appears on Firearms Charges

A 61-year old Moose Jaw man has appeared in court after being arrested for several alleged firearms related offences earlier this week. Murray Banilevic was arrested after a raid by police and the read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Alleged Exposure Near Prince Arthur School

Moose Jaw Police need our help in locating a grey Pontiac G6 that was apparently involved in a case of indecent exposure Thursday afternoon. Investigators says a man was parked just west of Prince read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Five Hills Looks To Solve Staff Parking Issue

The Five Hills Health Region has acted quickly in the wake of an apparent parking issue at the new Wigmore hospital. Several hospital staff claimed earlier this week that there weren't enough staff p... read more..

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Mike Booth

SaskPower To Pay Millions In Penalties After Not Reaching Goal

Earlier this week, it was revealed that the carbon capture facility at Boundary Dam was operating at only half its anticipated capacity. That resulted in SaskPower paying out 12 million dollars in pe... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Snowbirds Honoured At Legislature

Wednesday marked the official 45th anniversary of the creation of the Canadian Forces Snowbirds. The day was made special with current members of the 431 Air Squadron team invited to the Saskatchewan... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Officers Arrive in MJ for Wellness Conference

About 180 police officers from across the country have gathered in Moose Jaw to end the week as the local police association plays host to a very special conference. Corporal Taylor Mickleborough s read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

25,000 Speeding Vehicles Tagged Going Through MJ

No that's not a typo but rather a shocking number of drivers who have been caught on camera speeding around the City of Moose Jaw. In the past six months, over 25,000 speeding violations have been read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Illegal Gun Found In Moose Jaw Home, Suspect Under Arrest

A 61-year old Moose Jaw man has been arrested and charged with several firearms-related offences.  Police, along with the RCMP Emergency Response Team, made the arrest after executing a search w... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Eneray Enjoying Sustained Success

Small business month is coming to a close, and one local business celebrating their success is Moose Jaw's Eneray Sustainable Products which opened in 2008. Founder and President of the company Micha... read more..

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Craig Hemingway

Peacock's Welding Program Gets $50,000 Boost

It's a gift that will keep on giving to the Peacock Collegiate welding department. The Moose Jaw high school was awarded a ten year, $50,000 grant from the Canadian Welding Association (CWA) Foundatio... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Hagel And Rotary Club Create "Ripple Effect" In Guatemala

  Moose Jaw Wakamow Rotary Club member Glenn Hagel was recently making a difference in Guatemala. The Rotary club partnered with the Ripple Effect Program whose aim is to increase education in read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Munroe Sentencing Adjourned Again

Jamie Munroe will have to wait a few weeks longer to find out his punishment. Yesterday, the Moose Jaw man had his sentencing hearing, which was initially adjourned October 6, pushed back until Novem... read more..

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Craig Hemingway

Former Moose Jaw Priest Demoted

A former priest who worked in Moose Jaw in 1979 and was convicted of sexual assault, has been removed from the priesthood. Seraphim Storheim (SAIR'-uh-fim STOHR'-hime) left Moose Jaw for Winnipeg in ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Parking an Issue at the New Hospital

There are two things that seem to ruffle feathers faster than anything else.  Taxes and parking, with the latter causing a flap at the new Dr. Wigmore Regional Hospital. The hospital has been read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Light Snow Over Moose Jaw

Depending on where you are in the province and even where you are in the city, you could be getting a little bit of snow here in Saskatchewan. There were a few flakes of the white stuff Tuesday aft read more..

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Craig Hemingway

$15,000 Damage, No Injuries In Tuesday Afternoon Accident

A two-vehicle accident in downtown Moose Jaw Tuesday afternoon caused about $15-thousand dollars in damage.  Moose Jaw police say nobody was hurt in the incident on the 0 block of High Street Ea... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Festival Of Trees Just Weeks Away

A few flurries in the forecast were one reminder.  The announcement of the 24th annual "Festival Of Trees" (FOT) fundraiser for the Moose Jaw Health Foundation (MJHF) was another. Christmas is c... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Burrowing Owl Fundraiser Coming Soon

The Moose Jaw Burrowing Owl Center is hosting their annual fundraiser November 7th.  This will be the fifteenth year for the event, which will feature an evening of food and entertainment. "Our... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Moose Javians Hit The Jackpot In Swift Current

The largest jackpot in Swift Current history was claimed by two Moose Jaw men. On October 21 at the Living Sky Casino, David Crawford and Jason Ludwar were playing the "Sea Of Tranquility" slot machi... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

New Fire Services Deal Struck Between City Of Moose Jaw And 15 Wing

A new one year deal between 15 Wing Moose Jaw and the local fire department has been given approval by Moose Jaw City Council. The contract, worth 1.2 million dollars, provides fire services to the b... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

City Curbing Roadside Parking Near New Hospital

Since the opening of Moose Jaw's new Wigmore regional hospital, there have been a series of vehicles parked alongside Diefenbaker Drive across from the facility.  The city of Moose Jaw is puttin... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Graham Construction Enters Business Hall of Fame

  A company with roots in Moose Jaw is now in the ABEX Hall of Fame. Graham Construction, which began in 1926 building railway stations for the Canadian Pacific Railway in the Friendly City, rec read more..

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