Monthly Archive

July 2019

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Local News
Stephen Brown

Garbage Collection Delays Across Moose Jaw

Due to mechanical failures, the City of Moose Jaw has announced delays for garbage collection. Darrin Stephanson, the Manager of Utilities of the city of Moose Jaw explained how it will affect the cit... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Environmental Teams Praised for Oil Spill Response

On the radio over the weekend, Darrin Stephanson, Manager of Utilities for the City of Moose Jaw, praised the incredible response by the crews dealing with the recent oil spill. Prestige Environmental... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Fundraiser Hoping To Make Wishes Come True

The Make a Wish foundation is for kids ages 3 to 17 that are living with a critical illness, and sometimes that means a terminal situation.Statistics have shown that 83% of kids that went through this... read more..

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Dan Mason

New Moose Jaw Chamber Members Chosen

The Moose Jaw Chamber of Commerce has voted in 5 new members to their board of directors.New members include Dayna Chamberlain, Vice President of Parkview Funeral Services, Genelle Payant, Founder of ... read more..

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Dan Mason

Main St. Oil Spill Quickly Remedied

Following an oil spill, crews were able to contain and clean-up the situation that originated back on Tuesday of last week. The spill, which flowed down from South Country Equipment as a re... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

[UPDATE] Crash East Of Belle Plaine

At least one person suffered serious injuries in a motor vehicle accident east of Belle Plaine Sunday evening, along the Trans Canada Highway in the east lane. A local man, Paul Langlois, was among t... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Festival of Words' 23rd Volume Comes to a Close

The ink has dried for the 23rd year of the Saskatchewan Festival of Words, and it's been one of it's most successful years yet. The festival had over 50 different events with 25 different local and vi... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Local Family Raising Awareness for CRPS

Local 9-year-old Easton Mengel and his family have started a campaign to raise awareness for CRPS, called Socks for Smiles. Easton developed the condition after experiencing a torn ACL from a football... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

New Lanes on Highways to be Completed Soon

Passing lanes on Highway No. 2, heading from Moose Jaw through to Buffalo Pound, are nearly complete and are scheduled to open next week. "One set of passing lanes are scheduled to open, weather perm... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Arrests Made In Cocaine Trafficking Investigation

On Friday, July 18th, the Moose Jaw Police Service made two arrests after an investigation into cocaine trafficking in Moose Jaw. The two adults, one male and one female, are being charged with traff... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Parks Week In Sask Has A Few Events Nearby

In celebration of Saskatchewan Parks Week, July 14 to 20, a variety of activities, events, and contests are taking place all week long. The week will offer something for everyone, whether you plan to... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Sukanen Ship's Pioneer Village and Museum Family Day this Saturday.

Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village and Museum's Family Day is taking place tomorrow at the Museum. The museum is celebrating it's 50 anniversary, and not only do they have old-timey prices for admission an... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Free Rootbeer Day at Local A&W's 30th Anniversary

A&W is holding it's annual Free Rootbeer Day, Saturday, July 20th. The event will be exactly as delicious as it sounds, with anyone who heads to down to their local A&W able to cash in on one ... read more..

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Dan Mason

United Efforts For Spring Creek Spill

The Hillcrest golf course has closed multiple holes of their course as the Moose Jaw Fire Department, Ministry of Environment and the City of Moose Jaw clean up an oil spill that happened Tuesday... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Kissel Eager To Open For Garth Brooks

Before Garth Brooks takes the stage at Regina's Mosaic Stadium next month, the Prairies' own Brett Kissel will be performing as his opening act. The chance to perform in front of an excited, huge cro... read more..

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Dan Mason

Divorce Laws To Change In Saskatchewan

In an attempt to simplify family law, Saskatchewan will soon be implementing new legislation directed towards divorce and separation.Soon, it will be required to attempt to resolve family law issues o... read more..

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Dan Mason

SaskPower Amping up Smart Meter Program

Automation will be helping SaskPower offer better services to Saskatchewan, and may also result in employee role changes. SaskPower is hoping to modernize their operation with the help of 20,000 new ... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

[UPDATE] Local Business Accepts Responsibility For Oil Leak

For the last two days, crews have been cleaning up an oil leak that has been contained to Spring creek which runs through the Hillcrest Golf Course.  Wednesday morning, the city was notified of ... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Local Pony Club Members Take Provincial Title

On Sunday, July 14th, two competitors from Moose Jaw's Pony Club brought home first and second place medals in the Provincial Jumping Title. Mya Viczko on "Escondito" AKA Elliot took first place, and... read more..

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Stephen Brown

A New Face Emerges for Downtown Businesses

After non-existence for a decade, the Moose Jaw Downtown Association has been reformed. The Association looks to develop and to aid the central business district, as well as stimulate growth in the ci... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Construction Zone Safety Is Urged By City

With the summer warmth, our city's roadways are always buzzing with construction, and with that, must come traffic safety. The City of Moose Jaw is urging drivers and pedestrians to respect constructi... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Saskatoon Based Company Set For Exponential Growth

As the world becomes more and more reliant on technology, it's up to companies like Vendasta to make the transition as smooth as possible.They are a Saskatoon based company who's online software ... read more..

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Dan Mason

Moose Jaw's Summer Playground Programs Keeping Kids Active

The only requirement is their imagination and their willingness to play.Free for anyone to attend, Moose Jaw's Playground Programs run all summer long throughout the city.Between 10 and 30 kids use th... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Mossbank Old Wives Lake Festival Coming Up

In Mossbank on July 19th to through to the 21st will be the Old Wives Lake Festival, which is an annual event showcasing exhibits and activities for all ages. Christa Fortin, the Chair of the Eve... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Cycling Across Canada for Mental Health

 Hailing from the far west, of Kamloops, British Colombia, Marlene Hibbs is cycling across the nation to bring awareness to Mental Health. She looks to advocate for more open discussion, attentio read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

STARS Lottery Warns Those Entered of Possible Scams

If you've won a million dollar home in Saskatoon or Pilot Butte, courtesy of the STARS Lottery... you're only two weeks away from finding out. On August 1st the final draw will be made and the early ... read more..

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Dan Mason

Wickenhauser Steps Down From Moose Jaw Pride

From Rainbow Retro, to the first pride parade and beyond, he's been a vital part of the community in Moose Jaw for many years.Joe Wickenhauser announced Monday that he will be stepping down as Executi... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Heavy Rains Flooded Regina Streets

Thunderstorms hit hard in a number of locations across southern Saskatchewan Tuesday evening. Regina recorded 40 mm of rain between 6 and 7 pm. The Albert Street underpass flooded, stranding a coup read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

UV Awareness and Sun Safety

July is Ultraviolet (UV) safety awareness month. UV rays are invisible rays that are part of the energy that comes from the sun. They can burn the skin, and cause skin cancer.With temperatures nearing... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Local Autobody Shop Owner Weighs In on SGI's Changes

Although the deadline has been pushed back, business owners aren't feeling any less stress.  It was announced earlier this year that SGI would be making changes to their policies regarding autob... read more..

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