Monthly Archive

October 2018

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

Suspected Arson Near Wakamow Valley

Residents on the southeast side of the city could hear sirens and potentially see smoke this week.  Details are limited, but Moose Jaw Police have laid charges after a grass fire on Thursda... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Indian Head RCMP Need Help to Identify Suspects

Indian Head RCMP are asking for the public's help in identifying one male and one female involved in a break and enter at a business in Qu'Appelle, and the theft of a pick-up truck from a business in ... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Hope Summit "To Inspire Hope" in Moose Jaw

What they’ve described as a TED Talks type of experience, Journey to Hope will be hosting their second Hope Summit this November 3rd. Back in 2016, a powerful event was held on the Moose Jaw Museum a... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Police Pleasantly Surprised with First Week of Legalization

Marijuana has been legalized nationwide for over a week now, and there was a lot of uncertainty around what legal cannabis might result in – especially when it comes to driving impaired in Saskatchewa... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

SaskEnergy's TAP Helps Maintain Heating Equipment

Earlier this week, SaskEnergy and the SaskEnergy Member Network announced they've teamed up on a project to promote maintaining your natural gas heating equipment. The Tune-up Assistance Program, or ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

PRISM Nominations Closing Soon

We're getting down to the wire to nominate women in Moose Jaw for an annual award. Last year's PRISM award winners ((Left to Right) Olivia Arndt, Laura Hamilton, Geri Hall, Maryse Carmichael, Joh... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Tolmie Ready to Serve as Mayor's Caucus Chair

With support from other municipal officials across the province, Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie has been elected as the new chair of the Saskatchewan City Mayors’ Caucus, and in turn, represent Saskatc... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Harvest Is Almost Done

Farmers here in the Southwest now have about 97% of the crop combined and in the bin. Provincially 92% of the crop is in, that’s up from 82% last week. While many producers have wrapped up harvest or... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Fairford YMCA Hot Topic at AGM

The YMCA held its Annual General Meeting Thursday night at the Sportsman Centre. The meeting's main focus was the closure of the Y's Fairford Street location - which had been previously decided by bo... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Vehicle Found in Search for Missing Woman

A vehicle discovered containing human remains found near Esterhazy on Monday belongs to Ruby Barnes. RCMP confirmed the identity of the vehicle in a press release issued today but have yet to confirm... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

MLA Excited for Military Families, New Parents After Throne Speech

Many are still buzzing about the Throne Speech that took place Wednesday afternoon at the beginning of the third sitting of the 28th Legislature.  With a theme of "standing up for Saskatchewan,"... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Royal Canadian Legion Introduces Digital Poppy Campaign

On Monday, the Royal Canadian Legion launched their 2018 National Poppy campaign. For the first time in Canadian history, a digital poppy of remembrance was also made available. The online fundraisin... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Does Rural Crime Increase During Harvest?

Statistics Canada released rural crime numbers earlier this year stating that rural crime was 36% higher than urban crime across Saskatchewan in 2017. But what about during harvest? Is there an incre... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Mayor Tolmie Elected Chair of Mayor's Caucus

The Saskatchewan City Mayor's Caucus has a new chair and that's Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie. Tolmie was elected at meetings Thursday in Regina and will also serve to represent Saskatchewan’s cities... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Decision in Fonkalsrud Trial Delayed

The decision on the verdict of Moose Jaw lawyer Estes Fonkalsrud was expected to be given Thursday afternoon at the Court of Queens Bench, but has now been delayed until November 19 due to a schedulin... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Local MLA Says PM Is Trying to Buy Votes

It was the first Speech from the Throne under the leadership of Premier Scott Moe laying out the plans for the next few months at the Saskatchewan Legislature. With a theme of "Standing up For Saskat... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Still Too Many People Speeding in School Zones

The Moose Jaw Police Service have been out and about for the last two months, spending extra time and giving additional attention to school zones. With the help from Combined Traffic Services Saskatc... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

FCC Makes Terms More Flexible for Producers

The nicer weather is helping farmers get some of the crops off that have been stuck due to the rain and snow at the start of the month and now Farm Credit Canada is looking to help anyone dealing with... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

SGI Warns of Postal Strike

SGI is reminding residents that with the potential of a Canadian Union of Postal Workers strike, to make sure all of your drivers licence, vehicle registration or any SGI Canada insurance policies are... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

STARS Shines at International Competition

Two members of the STARS air medical crew are flying high today after winning the Association of Air Medical Services Sim Cup Tuesday in Arizona. Flight nurse Jenny Thorpe and flight paramedic Matt H... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Carbon Tax Rebate Not Sitting Well With Everyone

The federal government outlined their carbon tax, which will come into effect in four provinces including Saskatchewan next year. The carbon tax, set at $20 per ton, will become effective in April. A... read more..

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Becki Schultz

'Women Who Explore' Gets Ladies Outdoors

A recent Nature of Conservancy of Canada survey pointed out two things: 87 % of Canadians feel healthier and happier when outside, but 74 % of the respondents said it’s easier to stay indoors. Karla ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

SGI's Teen Driver Safety Week Designed to Aid Young Motorists

Young people becoming drivers. Most parents have their rules, like, "don't play the music too loud," and “don’t waste all the gas driving around with your friends,” or even, “keep the tires on the car... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Local Mom Releases Book Called 'What Lies Beneath Adorable?'

What lies beneath adorable? That's the name of a book written by Ololade Kassim, currently a student of business management at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw. Kassim is also a business proces... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Government Delivers Future Plans in Premier Moe's 1st Throne Speech

"Standing Up For Saskatchewan." That's the main message the provincial government passed on during the third sitting of the 28th Legislature as the Throne Speech was delivered Wednesday afternoon by read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Ruby Barnes' Vehicle Found North of Esterhazy

The Saskatchewan RCMP have released a statement regarding a deceased person found north of Esterhazy.  "At approximately 1:00 p.m on October 22nd, Esterhazy RCMP responded to a report of a vehic... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Dangerous Intersection Scene of Another Crash

An intersection that has been seen as a problem area has been the scene for yet another accident. Noon hour traffic on Wednesday was slowed down at the intersection of 9th NW and Highway 1 after a tw... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Tough Budget Ahead for City Hall

Baby steps, but the 2019 Budget Process is underway in Moose Jaw. City Council received their first reports on budget talks Monday night and will start to work on the overall spending plan for the cit... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Survey Says Many Canadians Find it Too Hard To Be Outdoors

After the Nature Conservancy of Canada commissioned a survey that was conducted by Ipsos, the results were so startling that they decided to hold a national series of public events to discuss the find... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Fall Sitting Starts in Regina

The Speech from the Throne is being presented Wednesday at the Legislature in Regina as Premier Scott Moe and the Saskatchewan Party lay out their roadmap for the Fall Sitting. The federal carbon tax... read more..

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