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November 2015

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Local News
Craig Hemingway

Adjusted Ridings For Next Provincial Election

You could be voting in a new riding in the next provincial election in Saskatchewan. New electoral boundaries were announced in 2013 and now, four months ahead of the next election, local candidates ... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Elderly Woman Hit By School Bus In Moose Jaw

An elderly woman avoided serious injury after being struck by a bus on Monday.  Moose Jaw Police say that just after 12 Monday afternoon a school bus turned left onto 1st Avenue Northeast from A... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

More Vehicle Theft Issues In Moose Jaw Over The Weekend

Moose Jaw Police continue to battle thieves taking items from vehicles, and in some cases thieves driving off with the vehicles. There were two stolen vehicle reports within about an hour of each oth... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Five Hills Health Region Shares Smoking Concerns

Last week the Canadian Cancer Society, Heart & Stroke Foundation and Canadian Lung Association handed Saskatchewan a D- in their Report Card on the battle against smoking. The two main sticking p... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Warm November Bolsters Road Work

Snow on the ground and below zero temperatures are usually quite common in November in Saskatchewan, but this year without snow has allowed city crews to accomplished much more work than normal. Mo read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Saskatchewan Gets a D- on Smoking

A group of health advocates is giving the province of Saskatchewan a Dminus on how they handle smoking in our province. The Cancer Society, Lung Association along with the Heart and Stroke Foundati read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Bank Robber Hits Fourth Target

A rash of robberies in the southern Saskatchewan appear to be connected following the fourth heist. RCMP say the latest incident happened Thursday afternoon when a man walked into the bank in Lang read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Moose Jaw Woman The Victim Of Sunday's Crash

Two fatal collisions are now under investigation after a terrible weekend on Highway 2. On Sunday, a pair of north and southbound vehicles collided head on around 6km north of Moose Jaw, around 4:30 ... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Huron Carol Concert Coming To Moose Jaw

It's a Christmas tradition coming back to Moose Jaw on December 12th. Tom Jackson will perform in concert at the Zion United Church in support of the Food Bank. Reverend Doug Hallman tells us more ab... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Nominations Open For 2015 Citizen & Group Of The Year Awards

'Tis the season for reflection, and the Moose Jaw & District Chamber of Commerce is asking us to think about those who improved our community in some way in 2015 - and nominate them for Citizen &a read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Winter Weights Postponed Again

The Ministry of Highways have once again postponed the winter weight allowances in Saskatchewan due to an unseasonably warm November. The target date to allow heavier loads to travel on provin read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Mayor Higgins Reaction To Refugees Coming To Moose Jaw

It's been a big story lately, and now we are getting reaction from our mayor. The Syrian refugee situation was recently addressed at a federal level as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that 10,... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Cantabile Connection To Perform In 20th Anniversary Concert Sunday

The Cantabile Connection is celebrating their 20th anniversary concert this Sunday at 2 PM, from the Zion United Church. The choir features members of the community who come together to do what they ... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Saskatchewan Parks Set Record Numbers

If you did some travelling this summer around the province then you likely saw the carloads of people and trailers being moved to our local parks. 2015 saw a huge increase in the number of visitors t... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Local MLA's Preparing For Campaign As Fall Legislature Finishes

With the Fall Sitting of the Legislature in the books, Moose Jaw Wakamow MLA Greg Lawrence is preparing for the off season. Lawrence says they still have work to do, even though they are now preparin... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Brad Wall Speaks At Agribition

The Canadian Western Agribition continues this week in Regina and even Premier Brad Wall is getting into the spirit. As his annual reception this week, Brad Wall spoke to the major sponsors about the... read more..

Local News
Mike Booth

Moose Jaw Preparing For Refugees

A Moose Jaw group has been organized to start welcoming Syrian refugees to the Friendly City, if and when that starts to happen. Ottawa is still working out the details but has asked potential commun... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Wall Ends Legislature With Campaign Speech

The election might not be until April 4th but Premier Brad Wall delivered an campaign style speech on the final day of the Legislature Thursday. The Fall Sitting wrapped up with some farewell speec read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Wolf Cop 2 Confirmed

A modern day cult hit will be back on the silver screen in 2016. Wolf Cop has announced that a sequel has financial backing and will start filming in February. The film was shot in several Saskatch read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Business & Industry Dinner

Thursday night was an educational and exciting night for Sask Polytechnic students as it was the 2015 Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Moose Jaw Campus Business & Industry Dinner. This event is held to ... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Moose Jaw YMCA Offering Assistance To Syrian Refugees

Moose Jaw's YMCA is stretching out their hand to help refugees. Fleeing your homeland to try and make a better life for your family on the other side of the world.  It's not going to be easy for... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Man Trying To Pick Fights Among Wednesday's Police Calls

  Moose Jaw Police were kept active with a variety of calls beginning Wednesday afternoon, and lasting into the early hours of Thursday morning.  Among the more notable calls:  1248h read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Yogi Huyghebaert Among Many MLAs Saying "Goodbye" To Politics

After more than 15 years representing Wood River in the Saskatchewan Legislature, Yogi Huyghebaert is saying his goodbyes in Regina. Huyghebaert, who was elected as the Sask Party representative to t... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Five Hills Delivering Fewer Flu Shots This Fall

Fewer flu shots have been delivered in the Five Hills Health Region (FHHR) so far this fall. FHHR hosted clinics across the region for 4-weeks, beginning October 19 and the numbers are in. ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Local Student Receives Ag Scholarship

Canadian Western Agribition announced its 2015 scholarship recipients this week and a Moose Jaw student was honoured. Every year, CWA awards post-secondary scholarships to future leaders who have a read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Preparing for Another Election

One last gathering and then its preparing for the campaign trail in Saskatchewan.  Just as we shake off the hangover of a federal election, it's back to politics in our province. Local MLA's h read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Vanier Students Show Business Acumen At Sask Poly Competition

Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Palliser Campus in Moose Jaw hosted their 3rd annual "Business And Beyond" competition for Saskatchewan high school students Wednesday afternoon.   Dozens of students... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Lexi Hicks Continues To Wear The Rodeo Queen Crown

This year you may see some local "royalty" at Canadian Western Agribition. Lexi Hicks, a 16-year old Mortlach, SK native is the reigning Miss Saskatchewan High school Rodeo Queen, and recalled how sh... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Winter Weight Allowances Must Wait

Warmer than normal weather has forced the province to push back its winter weight allowances on secondary highways again. Earlier this month the Ministry of Highways announced that winter weight allo... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Date Set For First Hearings On Cast Iron Water Main Replacement In Moose Jaw

The date has been announced for the much-anticipated public consultation process for the first batch of cast iron water main projects in Moose Jaw. Tuesday, December 8th has been selected and three h... read more..

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