Monthly Archive

September 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 184 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Bryce Johnson

It's National Hunting, Trapping, and Fishing Heritage Day

It’s National Hunting, Trapping, and Fishing Heritage Day in Canada, and it’s all to celebrate the contributions of hunter, anglers, and trappers in the past and present. “With over 250,000 Saskatche... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Fundraiser for Guide Dogs

It’s been four years since eleven year old Stephen Walcer has been diagnosed with being on the autism spectrum. Since then, his mother, Laurie Ewen, and their family have been working with it since. ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Local Film Playing at Mae Wilson

Greg Martin grew up in Moose Jaw and was well known for being a talented athlete and spent most of his life as a fire fighter, a few years ago Martin moved to Vancouver and announced a gender transfor... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Diversified Services Celebrate Anniversary with Fundraiser

For fifty years now, Moose Jaw’s Diversified Services has provided services and resources to people with disabilities in the city, and they want to celebrate with the citizens in town. Saturday, Dive... read more..

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Hayley Hart

"Overwhelming" Support For The McMorris Family After Fire

It's been almost a week since a devastating fire took place just minutes outside of Moose Jaw. The Moose Jaw Police and Firefighters received the call early Saturday morning for a house fire on the 2... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

Toy Run Rides Again For Salvation Army

Don't be alarmed if you see over 100 motorcycles roaring through downtown Moose Jaw Saturday afternoon. It's just the 29th annual Toy Run in support of the Salvation Army's toy drive. The parade will... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Potatoes a Plenty for Mosaic Food Farm

Thursday marked the third annual Mosaic Food Farm harvest day and it went extremely well. Over 30 people were in and out to help on Thursday morning, harvesting all of the produce left, including a la... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Child Porn Suspect Has Faced Charges Before

We've learned more about a man that has been released from police custody after being charged with possessing and making child pornography. 52 year old Roy Albert Gerolami was arrested after a lengthy... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

More Flybys This Weekend From The Royal Canadian Air Force

Not only will we get to enjoy a flyby tonight by the Royal Canadian Air Force for the One Horse Town concert at 6:10, but also in support of the Help for Heroes airshow going on this weekend out at th... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Concert Controversy Continues, Were Businesses told to Close?

It wasn't us.  That's the response from Moose Jaw City Hall as downtown Moose Jaw is transformed into a massive concert venue for the One Horse Town show Friday evening.  But the spectacle h... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Child Killed by Dogs in Riceton

It was a devastating incident for a community south east of Moose Jaw Wednesday evening as emergency crews had to respond to a call about a child being attacked by dogs. According to police, the six ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

MJ Man Charged with Child Porn Offences

An investigation that has been underway for several months has resulted in child pornography charges being laid against a Moose Jaw man. Local police had been working with the Saskatchewan Internet C... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

Slow Down For Equipment On The Roads

As the days get shorter, and harvest continues, motorists should be cautious of large equipment on the roads. Glen Blahey, Agriculture Health and Safety Specialist with the Canadian Agricultural Safe... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Raising Funds For "Julian's Journey"

One local family is preparing for a tough road ahead as their youngest child was born with a serious health condition. The family is preparing to take young Julian Koch to Edmonton to be treated in th... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Wakamow Continues to Plan for New Structure

The Wakamow Valley Authority is well on its way to getting a new exercise area in Conner Park. They are raising funds to build a brand new challenge course for teens and adults. One of the ways they ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Mayor Cowboys Up For Concert

Letting out a yeehaw, Mayor Fraser Tolmie is welcoming the One Horse Town Concert to the City of Moose Jaw this week by polishing his new belt buckle and dusting off his hat. Tolmie is very excited a... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Moisture and Cool Conditions Arrive

A little bit of rain to start the day and that could fade in and out for the rest of the work week as a system of moisture has arrived over Moose Jaw. It's been fairly slow moving but has also brought... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Citizens Nominate Special Timber in Town

Trees provide a lot for our community. Benefits like shade, cleaner air, and rather unknown things like improved mental health, increased property value, and creating a relaxing environment accor... read more..

Local News
Barrie Vice

Micro-Surfacing Work Underway In Moose Jaw To Extend Road Life

The City of Moose Jaw is a labyrinth of construction and road work this fall.  An important part of the work being done on the roads is extending the life of existing pavement.  That's what ... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

New President For Moose Jaw And District Chamber Of Commerce

The Moose Jaw & District Chamber of Commerce has a new President. Greg McIntyre assumed the role from outgoing President Darcia Hojenski at the Chamber's annual luncheon Tuesday. One issue that ... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Picking Up The Pieces After Hurricane Irma

Weather disasters are not very common in the prairies, unlike other areas of the world. McKeely Borger grew up in Southern Saskatchewan and is currently dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Finding Success with Farm it Forward Program

It was a big day on Tuesday in Mossbank for the Farm It Forward group. They raise funds for their community so residents in their area can apply for money when they're hosting an event or program. Pa... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Smoke and Fire in Saskatchewan

Prince Albert has put up the no vacancy sign as wildfires continue to burn in Northern Saskatchewan.  Officials say the city is at capacity when it comes to evacuees and are asking those who can,... read more..

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Barrie Vice

How Did Your Garden Grow?

The dry weather in the summer of 2017 has presented challenges not just for area farmers, but for gardeners as well.   Even with the ability to water the fruits and vegetables only the length of... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Evans Family Ready to "Soar" with Lemonade Sales

Moose Jaw's Evans family is ready to build on their lemonade stand success.  Nine-year old Cassidy Evans was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis in 2012, and since then her family has operated "Cassi... read more..

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Ben Donaldson

Setting Up To Be A "One Horse Town" Can Be Challenging

The transition is underway downtown as crews prepare the city for the One Horse Town concert coming to Moose Jaw on Friday.     Street and sidewalk closures are now in place on Main Street ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

House Fire Ruled Accidental

That massive fire on the west edge of Moose Jaw has been now ruled as accidental.  Firefighters were called around 1am Saturday to the 2600 block of River Street West and were on scene for over n... read more..

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Craig Hemingway

15 Wing Members Get National Attention on Country Music Awards Show

"Give it up for 15 Wing Moose Jaw!" Those words from Canadian country star Gord Bamford finished off what was a thrilling moment Sunday evening for several members of the military based at 15 Wing, read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Traffic and Transit Affected by One Horse Town Setup Downtown

Setup has already begun for Friday night's "One Horse Town" outdoor concert in downtown Moose Jaw.  In July, Moose Jaw won an online contest to host the event, featuring free performances from c... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Smile Cookies Are Back

Once again, you have a chance to help a great cause while getting a tasty treat. Smile Cookies are back at all Moose Jaw Tim Horton's locations all of this week. This year the proceeds will go to the... read more..

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