Monthly Archive

October 2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 166 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Education Minister Says Sask Party is Committed to Meet Classroom Challenges

Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant was in Moose Jaw Thursday to visit a prekindergarten class at Palliser Heights School that is participating in the Government of Saskatchewan's Early... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

The Snowbird's Tutor CT-114: Where Are They Now?

While preparing to perform at an airshow in Atlanta, Georgia earlier in October, Snowbird pilot Capt. Kevin Domon-Grenier was forced to eject from his plane, unharmed, leaving it to crash pilotless in... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Trick or Treaters Invited to Visit Downtown Businesses

Nearly 30 businesses on main street and surrounding area will be inviting trick or treaters to stop by during business hours on Thursday. Nigel Gemmell, the owner of Gemmells shoes, spearheaded the i... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Seeking Things That Go Bump In The Night

Why do people like being scared? Generating fear is a multi-billion dollar industry, with many in Moose Jaw sure to be looking for a fright tonight. From TV shows and movies to novels and haunted hou... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Crews Work to Complete Phase 3 of East Feeder Water Main Replacement

Starting this morning, the city of Moose Jaw and contractors will begin work to complete phase 3 of the east feeder water main replacement project Communications Manager with the city of Moose Jaw, C... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Future of Valley View Will Be Determined By Highest Bidder

For now, the future of the Valley View Centre property will remain unknown, but eventually, it'll come down to market value. Representatives from various departments from the Government of Saskatchew... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Gravelbourg Man Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter

A Gravelbourg man was charged with manslaughter Wednesday afternoon in the Court of Queen's Bench in Moose Jaw. 75-year-old Robert Arams pleaded guilty to manslaughter to the July 2018 death of Claud... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Mini-Snowbirds Will Take Over Moose Jaw for Halloween

If you're at home on Halloween night handing out candy to trick-or-treaters this year, don't be surprised if six miniature Snowbird pilots show up at your door.  Emily Kempe and her sisters Alis... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Tips for a Fun and Safe Halloween from CAA Saskatchewan

While out and about trick-or-treating throughout Moose Jaw, some may think candy is the number one priority on Halloween night. The true priority for parents is the safety of their children. That's w... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Local Women Marks 65 Years as Volunteer with Red Cross

Volunteering takes time, effort, compassion, and provides instant gratification. Doreen Bye of Moose Jaw knows all about that, as she just recently celebrated her 65th year volunteering with the Cana... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Local Educator Elected to President of Sask Catholic School Board Assoc.

Long-time local educator Delmer Wagner and his Holy Trinity Catholic School Board colleagues were on the road this weekend to North Battleford, where Mr. Wagner was elected to the position of Presiden... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Poppies Begin Popping Up Throughout Moose Jaw

You see them at this time every year, poppies have begun to pop up in businesses around Moose Jaw. The poppy was first introduced as a symbol of remembrance in 1921, meant to be worn the two weeks bef... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Civic Address Policy to Regulate Size and Placement of House Numbers

The City of Moose Jaw has introduced a new civic addressing policy that will formally regulate the size and placement of house numbers.  An inquiry was issued from the Provincial Emergency Commu... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Heritage Committee Saved by Long-Term Member

On Monday night at the regular meeting of City Council, City Administration presented a review of the City's third-party committees.  One of the measures recommended by the review was to disband... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Volunteering For The Better Together Food Drive

The Better Together Food Drive is coming up on Thursday, and it's all in support of The Moose Jaw and District Food Bank. The Food Drive will see people going door to door to collect food donations f... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Council Approves Modest Increase to Rec Fees

 Effective April 1, 2020, Moose Jaw's Parks and Recreation facility users will see a small rise in some usage rates. On Tuesday, City Council voted in favour of modestly increasing some fees by read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Avian Cholera to Blame for 100 Dead Birds

Although no cases have been reported in areas around Moose Jaw, hunters and outdoorsmen should be on the lookout for signs of a disease called Avian Cholera. Last Wednesday, over a hundred dead snow ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Doug Griffiths to Speak in Moose Jaw November 5

Doug Griffiths, author of '13 Ways to Kill your Community' will be back in Moose Jaw, speaking at the Grant Hall in the Newly Renovated Parkview room Tuesday, Nov 5th from 11:45 – 1:30. The presentat... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Now That The Snow is Here, How Long will it Last?

Much of Saskatchewan woke up to winter weather Monday morning. Snow blanketed Moose Jaw, accompanied by high winds which caused swirling and drifting snow on the highways. “We’re not gettin... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

How to Stay Safe on Winter Roads

As winter weather rolls through Moose Jaw and Southern Saskatchewan driving gets a little more challenging. SGI has a few tips to share before hitting the roads this winter to make sure you make it t... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Carpere Granted Extension on Payment of $7.9 Million to City

Even though infrastructure work on the land has been ongoing without an official tenant or finalized sale, the City of Moose Jaw will wait another four months for payment of $7.9 million for 780 acres... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Churko Family Band to Reunite for 'A Cold Night For Cancer'

For one night only, the local family band - Churko - will be making their return to the stage opening for Canadian supergroup Toque. The Moose Jaw Health Foundation will be holding the fundraising co... read more..

Local News
Barrie Vice

Regina Bypass Officially Opens

Although it will not be fully open to traffic until Tuesday, the largest infrastructure project in our province's history is now officially complete.  On Monday morning, in lieu of a ribbon-cutti... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Paws For Pledges Radiothon Returns Friday

The Paws for Pledges Radiothon is right around the bend, it takes place on November 1st, and its all in support of the Moose Jaw Humane Society.  Over half a million dollars has been raised sinc... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Investigation Into Snowbird Crash at Atlanta Air Show Ongoing

While preparing to perform at an airshow in Atlanta, Georgia, a Snowbird pilot was forced to eject from his airplane resulting in the aircraft plummeting pilotless to the ground.  The incident ha... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

WDM Introducing a Monthly Coffee Club Program

The Western Development Museum is getting ready for the cold months ahead by offering a new program that they hope to bring people within the community together to learn, and make friends. The museum... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Overnight Blast of Winter Leads to Snowy, Slippery Roads

Well...Winter sure arrived in a hurry. Moose Jaw and area received a healthy amount of snow overnight, accompanied by gusting winds and chilly temperatures. Highways north, south, east and west of t... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

WDM Hosted Volunteer Fair

The Moose Jaw Western Development Museum hosted its second volunteer fair on October 26th. Karla Rasmussen, education and public programs coordinator for the Moose Jaw WDM said the fair is a great ch... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

SaskPower to Build Wood Scrap Burning Power Plant in Meadow Lake

The First Nations-owned Meadow Lake Tribal Council Bioenergy Centre will soon be the new home of a Saskatchewan energy first.  The First Nations-owned Meadow Lake Tribal Council Bioenergy Centre... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Peacocks Centennial Auditorium Receives Another Donation

Announced earlier this year, A.E. Peacock Collegiate's Centennial Auditorium got a major facelift worth half a million dollars. On Friday, the high school received another donation in the amount of $... read more..

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