Monthly Archive

April 2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 216 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Dan Mason

Social Services Moving To TNC

  A new location for the Social Services department is in the works.Currently located at 36 Athabasca St West, they will be moving up to the Town and Country Mall, to co-locate with the Valley V read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Permanent Display to Honour Missing and Murdered Unveiled

It was an emotional gathering as a new and permanent display was presented Monday at Sask Polytechnic in Moose Jaw. The REDress Project is to symbolize the murdered and missing Indigenous women and g... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Environmental Science Class Takes Council to School on Bag Issue

Peacock's environmental science class taught by Stephen Lys had a well-received presentation at council Monday that could have a lasting effect on the way you get groceries. Lys and the students prop... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Sacred Heart Staff & Students Ready for the Stage

With countless hours of practice behind them, one local elementary school is ready for the big stage. "It's about a dad that messes up a bunch of bedtime stories that mom was supposed to do, but she ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Traffic Setback Due to Sideways Semi

Details are light at the moment, but an incident has taken place just off highway 1.  Where highways 1 and 39 meet a semi has tipped to its side and landed in the ditch. It's unclear at this poi... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

A Week of Clear Skies Ahead

It looks like smooth sailing weather-wise this week around the Moose Jaw area. Terri Lang, a meteorologist with Environment Canada, said a system developing in the United States currently might ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Tax Credits Available for Volunteer First Responders

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced 3 new non-refundable tax credits meant to recognize volunteer emergency workers in the province. Volunteer Firefighters, Search and Rescue Volunteers and V... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Miller Appreciates Equipment Raised for Fourth Operating Room

The 800 CHAB Family First Radiothon raised money to stock an operating room last year, and the operation was successful with the room recently being put to use. Local surgeon, Dr George Miller, ... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Moose Jaw's Housing Market Slogs Through Slow March

Moose Jaw's last few months were slower than last year when it came to the real estate market. The numbers for the last quarter were released and they show a year over year drop. There were 30 sales... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Crime Watch Advisory A Success so Far

A little less than a month ago the Saskatchewan RCMP unveiled their newest initiative to help fight rural crime. The Crime Watch Advisory Network allowed people to sign up for regional alerts and rel... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Construction Week Begins in Saskatchewan

This week is Construction Week in Saskatchewan. The number of people employed in the Saskatchewan construction labour force as of October 2018 is 55,400. Of those, 7,300 were under the age of 24, and... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Moose Jaw Music Festival Continues to Delight

The 70th annual Moose Jaw Music Festival continued Sunday with solo vocalist performances in the afternoon. Marcie Carswell is the Vice President of the event and said that many of the performers cho... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

New Solar Energy Company in Moose Jaw

Sycamore Energy recently announced its arrival into the friendly city, and the sunny south of Saskatchewan. Alex Stuart is the C.O.O and Co-Founder of Sycamore Energy, he explained what his thoughts ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Peacock Collegiate Surpassing 'Bag' Dreams

As the bell rang to signal the weekend on Friday afternoon Peacock Collegiate students were smiling for another reason.  The local high school's Environmental Science classes are participating i... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

UPDATE: Suspect Caught Following Highway Chases

On Saturday afternoon at approximately 1:45 pm. Morse RCMP attempted to stop a maroon coloured Ford F250 pick up truck heading Eastbound on Highway #1 toward Moose Jaw. The vehicle was suspected to be... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Sanderson Speaks at SAFC

The Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chiefs conference on Saturday had keynote speaker Dave Sanderson.Sanderson is a motivational speaker, author and also a survivor of the Hudson River plan... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Moose Jaw Resident to Compete in Miss Canada Globe Pageant

Miss Canada Globe will be kicking off in August and Moose Jaw will have a representative at the event. 23-year old Tristan Johnson-England will be competing in the pageant as she's entered to be a co... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Power Outage on South Hill UPDATE

Sirens could be heard early Saturday morning as fire crews were dispatched following a power outage on South Hill.  According to the most recent update, those impacted can expect their power to ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Volunteer Medal Recipient Reacts to Being Honoured

Many local residents know Christine Boyczuk and know her best for giving up lots of time year after year to make the community and province a better place.  Now it's not just people in our city ... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Sask. Unemployment Rate Lowest in Almost Four Years

Saskatchewan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate plummeted during the month of March, the provincial government announced just before the weekend. The rate went down to 4.9 per cent last month, c... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

STARS Received Funding for New Helicopters

STARS is getting a boost as they received $65 million to purchase five new helicopters. The money comes from the federal government and will see them buy five Airbus H145's for $13 million each. Mik... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Mental Health of Firefighters Addressed at Conference

Firefighters are at constant risk for some of the most devastating physical injuries - and they're also at risk for mental health concerns. Speaker Jim Kragtwyk talked about the issue at the Saskatch... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Moose Jaw Music Festival Off to a Great Start

The Moose Jaw Music Festival officially kicked off last Monday. High school choirs from around the Friendly City performed on Tuesday night in their portion of the festival. Jaicee Patterson, a memb... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Taxes, Park Renaming and Plastic Bags to Be Discussed at Council Monday

There are a few things at city council's regular meeting that will be gathering interest within the city. During the 5:30 p.m. council meeting, the city’s tax policy will be updated, adjusting some m... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

FCAA Warning Residents About Fraudulent Overseas Companies

The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan is warning residents after recently issuing a temporary cease trade order against a number of overseas companies. United Financial Commodi... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Officials From Humboldt Talk About Community Management In Wake Of Tragedy

The Humboldt Broncos tragedy took place one year ago Saturday, and the lessons learned from the crash from an organizational standpoint were brought forward at the Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chi... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Fighting Fires for Over 3 Decades

Retirement is sometimes a time for reflection. It's been an incredible career, spanning 34 years, and Captain Earl Harding doesn't regret a thing.Thinking back on the beginning, Harding remembers wher... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Tick Talk

The onset of the warmer temperatures throughout the region means that tick season is back and residents should revisit how to properly protect, check and rid themselves of, the potentially disease car... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

69th SAFC Conference Kicks Off Thursday Night

Bagpipes rang as the delegates entered the Esterhazy Room in Mosaic Place on Thursday.The Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chiefs Conference kicked off yesterday with the opening ceremonies in Moose J... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

More Valley View Residents Moved

Another half a dozen Valley View residents have found a new home.  On Thursday Social Services Minister Paul Merriman, dignitaries and various others were on hand at the facility to welcome the ... read more..

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