Monthly Archive

June 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 212 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Ben Donaldson

Big Donation At The Stock Growers AGM

The Saskatchewan Stock Growers held their AGM and Convention this week in Moose Jaw. Stock Grower President Shane Jhanke says it was another success with some great presentations providing producers ... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Skipton Slumping Depressing Residents, Home Values

Lawyers are starting to get involved over slumping on Moose Jaw's Skipton Road. A pair of homeowners on the South Hill road that overlooks Wakamow Valley received notices from the city to vacate thei... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

Regina Police Looking For Attempted Robbery Suspect

The Regina Police Service are asking for the public's help in looking for a suspect in an attempted robbery incident on Tuesday evening. Police say two women, ages 68 and 57, were approached by a lon... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

RCMP Confirm Bank Robbery In Central Butte

RCMP have now confirmed there was a robbery at the Conexus Credit Union on Main Street in Central Butte around 1:40pm in the afternoon on Tuesday.Photo provided by the RCMP of the suspect in the Centr... read more..

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Craig Hemingway

Prairie South Upholds Dual-Catchment Decision

The Prairie South School Board (PSSB) has upheld their decision to eliminate dual-catchment areas for transportation.  Prairie South made the decision as part of their 2017-18 budget, saying the... read more..

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Craig Hemingway

Province Appoints Health Authority Board of Directors

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has revealed their inaugural board of directors. Earlier this year, the Ministry of Health announced that all 12 health regions in the province would amalgamat... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Official Launch and Logo Unveiled For 55+ Sask Provincial Senior Games

Tuesday morning local dignitaries and committee members met at the Temple Gardens Mineral Spa for the official launch and logo unveiling of next year's 55+ Saskatchewan Provincial Seniors Games. Marg... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

Local Teacher Receives Another Award For Letter-Writing Project

A teacher at St. Mary's Catholic School has received yet another award. Jillian Lawson is a grade 4/5 teacher that started a Christmas letter-writing project in 2015, and was presented with the "Spir... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Drunk Driver Crashes Stolen Car Overnight

Last night, just after 1AM, Moose Jaw Police received a call about a suspected impaired driver. Officers found the man on the 100 block of Saskatchewan St. West, where he had crashed a stolen vehicle... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Snowbirds Back In The Air

Many fans were excited to see the Snowbirds continue on with their airshow tour this past weekend, after taking a leave to focus on training for a few weeks. Lt. Col. Brad Wintrup said that mother na... read more..

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Craig Hemingway

Suspected Robbery at Central Butte Credit Union

Few details are available, but RCMP are on the scene of the Conexus Credit Union in Central Butte.  Tips to the Discover Moose Jaw newsroom indicate that a robbery occurred Tuesday, though polic... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Police Investigate Discovery Of Body In Regina Landfill

Regina Police continue to investigate after discovering a deceased male in the city landfill. Authorities were notified of the body on Monday morning around 8:27am, they were able to identify the man... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Conservation Officers Warning Residents To Leave Wild Animals Alone

The Government of Saskatchewan's Conservation Officers are reminding citizens, who are typically just trying to help, to leave small animals alone. In some cases it may seem as though they're abandon... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Sunningdale Student Gets Digital Award At Provincial Heritage Fair

After being intrigued by the Frank Slide story from 1903 on a family trip last year, Connor Yeroschak, began the thought process for a project and turned it into an award winning presentation after 6 ... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Sunningdale Student Gets Digital Award At Provincial Heritage Fair

After being intrigued by the Frank Slide from 1903 that he was educated on during a family trip last year, Connor Yeroschak, began the thought process for a project and turned it into an awardConnor Y... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Waste Bylaw Motion Passes; Front Curbside Change to be Delayed

After an amendment to his amendment, Don Mitchell got his wish at Monday's Moose Jaw City Council meeting.  Mitchell had given Notice of Motion going into the meeting that he would introduce an ... read more..

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Barrie Vice

Stock Growers Meeting In Moose Jaw

If you are seeing more cowboy hats than normal around the city there is good reason.  The Saskatchewan Stock Growers are meeting in Moose Jaw this week for their annual meeting and convention. T... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

Regina Police Vehicle Struck By Truck

Regina police are once again reminding motorists to watch out for and yield to emergency vehicles. Last night a marked police vehicle, with emergency equipment activated, was struck by a Ford F150 at... read more..

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Barrie Vice

Stock Growers Meeting In Moose Jaw

If you are seeing more cowboy hats than normal around the city there is good reason.  The Saskatchewan Stock Growers are meeting in Moose Jaw this week for their annual meeting and convention. T... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Canola Heating Up

There have been reports of canola heating up in the bin. Angela Brackenreed, agronomist with the Canola Council of Canada, explains how this might happen. "We did have some canola go in the bin at a... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

Lightning Safety Week: When Thunder Roars, Head Indoors

When the thunder roars, head indoors. It is the motto for Environment Canada’s Lightning Safety Week, which runs until June 18th. With the possibility of unsettled weather, including thunderstorms, r... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Sask Polytechnic Presented Earth Award For Green Initiatives

Two buildings located in Moose Jaw have been recognized for working towards a healthier planet and green initiatives. The Davies Building in the downtown area was a finalist and Sask Polytechnic was ... read more..

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Craig Hemingway

Moose Jaw Health Foundation Launches Cancer Care Raffle

Moose Jaw Health Foundation (MJHF) Executive Director Kelly McElree says people have been "so generous" to the Foundation, the fundraising arm of the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional hospital wanted to provi... read more..

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Hayley Hart

SW Pegged as One of Nation's Best Unemployment Rates Again

May's labour force statistics were released by Stats Canada last week, once again the southwest region of the province is one of the lowest unemployment rates in Canada. Saskatchewan's southwest pa read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

K+S Potash Celebrates Production Of First Marketable Tonne

K+S Potash has announced it has produced the first tonne of marketable potash at its new Bethune mine this past weekend. The goal is to be able to put out between 600 and 700 thousand tonnes of potas... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Serious Semi Accident On Highway #1 Near Wapella

Drivers headed East on Highway #1 Monday afternoon may hit a detour after an accident involving a semi near Wapella, Saskatchewan. Moosomin RCMP are on the scene of the crash of what they're calling ... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Councillor Wants To Slow Garbage Bylaw Implementation

We should know more Monday night about the future of garbage collection in the city of Moose Jaw. A new bylaw, that is supposed to have its third and final reading Monday night at city council, conta... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Outdoor Pool and Splash Parks Open For The Season

Summer has arrived for Moose Jaw's Phyllis Dewar outdoor pool. The pool, and all city splash parks, are officially open for the summer season as of Monday. The Kinsmen Sportsplex pool is now closed ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Assiniboia Excited To Start Water & Wasterwater Infrastructure Work

75 projects across the province have received provincial and federal funding to complete water and wastewater infrastructure work. The community of Assiniboia will be getting a total of over 1.6 milli... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

CBSA Seize Handgun at North Portal

An American man was arrested at the North Portal border crossing and returned to the United States after failing to declare his firearm.  "Our officers referred a commercial driver from Utah for... read more..

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