Monthly Archive

June 2017

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Local News
Chris Rasmussen

STARS Launches Emergency Services App

Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service says they will now be able to better serve rural areas with the release of a smartphone app. The app, SOLUS, allows emergency assistance to be requested and received 2... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Province Announces Minimum Wage Increase

The calculations are out and minimum wage will go up by 24 cents an hour this fall.  The provincial government made the announcement this morning saying the change will come into affect October 1... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Another Poll Shows Wall's Support Drops

If an election were held next week there would be some fireworks.  A second poll in a week is showing that the political landscape in Saskatchewan right now is more like a stormy sea than a prair... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Early Morning Robbery

Two people will be in court Friday on charges of break and enter after an early morning call to police. It was around 12:40 Friday morning that police received a report of a break and enter in progre... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Hometown Fair Parade Draws Crowd, Donations (PHOTO GALLERY)

The rain stopped, the wind died down (some) and Moose Jaw's Hometown Fair Parade went off without a hitch Thursday night.  Dozens of floats progressed down Main Street in front of hundreds of on... read more..

Local News
Angie Lowe

Erratic Weather Patterns Continue

The summer of 2017 is starting with an early spring-like feel.    Temperatures in southern Saskatchewan aren't feeling very seasonal and add to it, the high wind gusts and it feels more li... read more..

Local News
Angie Lowe

International Antique Car Convention Gets Set to Roar Into Town

Moose Jaw residents and visitors alike might notice lots of classic cars on city streets as The International Antique Car Convention roars into town.   Paul Snell, Chair of the Regina Antique A... read more..

Local News
Angie Lowe

Rally Against Provincial Privatization

It was what organizers called a "rally against privatization".   Outside of Saskatchewan Party MLA Greg Lawrence's office on June 22, supporters turned out to speak out with their concerns over... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Rural Bank Robber Still at Large (PHOTO GALLERY)

Saskatchewan RCMP believe one suspect is behind of string of rural robberies. Since May of 2016, six robberies and two attempted robberies occurred at financial institutions across southern Saskatche... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Moose Jaw Sears to Close

Amid controversy and financial problems, Moose Jaw will be losing the Sears store in the Town 'N' Country Mall. The move was announced Thursday morning as Sears applied for, and was granted, protecti... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Aboriginal Day Celebrated, Name to Change (VIDEO)

Local students, parents and residents made their way to Crescent Park Wednesday for the annual National Aboriginal Day celebrations in Moose Jaw. The last time the event will be held under that name. ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Provincial Credit Rating Drops

Saskatchewan is in a weaker position this year that it was in 2016, resulting in a drop in our credit rating. Standard and Poor has downgraded Saskatchewan's credit rating from a double A+ to just a ... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Sask. Medical Association President "Not Surprised" at Cancer Society Stats

The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) releaed their 2017 annual report this week, unveiling new statistics about increasing cancer rates among Canadian citizens.  The new report says that one out of... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Impaired Driving Remains Prevalent - Traffic Spotlight

Impaired driving was once again the spotlight in May for SGI and law enforcement around the province. Despite the nearly constant added focus, the number of infractions show impaired driving is still... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Highway 39 Open After Tanker Fire

Highway 39 has been re-opened after it was closed due to a fuel truck fire roughly four kilometers northwest of Yellow Grass. There is no word as to what caused the truck, which was carrying petroleu... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Personal Stories Shared At World Refugee Day (PHOTO GALLERY)

On Tuesday students from local schools and residents gathered in front of the Crescent Park Amphitheater to learn more about the process of people fleeing to Canada for World Refugee Day, hosted by th... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Moose Jaw Canada Day Committee Prepping for July 1 Celebrations - Volunteers Needed

Canada Day is quickly approaching, and Moose Jaw's Canada Day Committee is preparing fur a full day of patriotic fun in the city.  There will be everything from the traditional pancake breakfast... read more..

Local News
Barrie Vice

Summertime Arrives In Southern Saskatchewan

You may not have noticed, but Tuesday night at about 9:30 local time, summer arrived in Saskatchewan. The first day of the new season is referred to as the summer solstice, making June 20th and 21st ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

It's Hot Dog Day

Today is the first full day of summer and we're inviting you to celebrate with us. It's Golden West Radio Hot Dog Day - we've got free lunch at our studios at 1704 Main Street North, with the Moose Ja... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

New Leader for NDP in Sask

There's a shake up with the NDP as they try to make some ground lost against the Saskatchewan Party in recent weeks. Nicole Sarauer was announced as the newly elected Interim Leader Tuesday evening an... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

APAS Talk Carbon Tax, Summit at Board Retreat in Moose Jaw

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) are doing what they can to combat a federally-imposed carbon tax. The subject was the focal point of their annual board retreat, held June... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Police Tipped to Young Drivers Allegedly Texting, Speeding - Parents Hand out Punishment

Moose Jaw Police investigated a pair of young drivers allegedly engaging in dangerous driving activity on Monday.  According to the police report, around 8:45 Monday morning, Moose Jaw Police we... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

National Aboriginal Day Celebrations Taking Place In Crescent Park

Singing, dancing and drumming are some of the many highlights of this year's Aboriginal Day on Wednesday, taking place in Moose Jaw's Crescent Park. "The day starts at 9:15am, there is an opening cer... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Moffat Family Fund Continues To Support Local Non-Profit Groups

The Moffat Family Fund has been helping non-profit organizations for over 15 years now, and Monday they were able to help out again. 9 organizations that specifically help youth and families received... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Sask. Party Back To Most Popular In Recent Poll

Another poll... and another result in the popularity of the Saskatchewan Party. It was shortly after the provincial budget was released that an MainStreet Research Poll showed the NDP had gained majo... read more..

Local News
Barrie Vice

Good News For Lake Diefenbaker Boaters

Boaters who enjoy the waters of Lake Diefenbaker got some good news on Tuesday.  The boat launch at Douglas Provincial Park, which has not been in the water for three summers, is back in operatio... read more..

Local News
Barrie Vice

Good News For Lake Diefenbaker Boaters

Boaters who enjoy the waters of Lake Diefenbaker got some good news on Tuesday.  The boat launch at Douglas Provincial Park, which has not been in the water for three summers, is back in operatio... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

WDM Celebrates a Century of Women's Suffrage

In January of 1916 the province of Manitoba became the first province in Canada to award women the opportunity to vote and hold provincial office. Saskatchewan and Alberta followed suit in April of th... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Suspect Turns Swift Current Mall into Drive-Thru

Swift Current RCMP are investigating after a vehicle apparently smashed through the north doors of the Swift Current Mall. Police were called about the incident 7:00 a.m. Monday morning. It is belie... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Major Upgrades Given Green Light

Saying the next failure could be tomorrow or at any point in time, Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant General Manager Ryan Johnson made his pitch to Moose Jaw City Council Monday for a $50 million do... read more..

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