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Domestic incident leads to charges for Moose Jaw man
At approximately 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, the Moose Jaw Police Service received several calls from the community about a red minivan driving at a high speed on Moose Jaw's east side.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Skaters looking for more space
Preston Hartman does an air jump at the Moose Jaw skate park Tuesday afternoon. Times-Herald photo by Mickey Djuric The park was packed with teenagers on their bikes, scooters and skateboards and they weren't happy.
No reduction in CT-155 Hawk training expected
Three CT-155 Hawks fly over Moose Jaw during Sidewalk Days on July 4. In 2011 and 2012, the CFB Moose Jaw aircrafts were grounded for parts of 2011 and 2012 and pilot trainees were ushered to the U.S. to continue their training.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Historian looking for two former locals
Mansell Kennedy and Charles Edward Sutton were both sanitary inspectors who worked in Moose Jaw, and their legacy is trying to be preserved by their former employee.
Executive gives the pass to Main Street program
Ira Dales, chairman of Moose Jaw's heritage committee, voices his support for the Main Street Saskatchewan program during the regular meeting of the Friendly City's executive committee on Monday.
Body found in Moose Jaw River identified
Moose Jaw emergercy personnel were on the scene behind the Moose Jaw Union Hospital after a confirmed body was pulled from the Moose Jaw River around 8:45 p.m. on Monday.
Canadian fighter pilots were sent to U.S. due to problems with training program
The life of the CT-155 Hawk aircraft that pilots were training on had been drastically reduced because of airframe fatigue that was higher than expected.
UHCP green-lit following second report
Duane Grado, manager of public works, speaks at the Moose Jaw executive committee meeting Monday evening.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Animals to benefit from ResQwalk
Daryl, a five-year-old Redbone Coonhound, is one of many dogs and cats at the Moose Jaw Humane Society waiting for his forever home.
Alberta woman arrested in high-speed Saskatchewan chase that ends at Corner Gas set
A 27-year-old Alberta woman led Saskatchewan police on a high speed chase through southern Saskatchewan on the weekend that ended at the set of the Corner Gas movie in Rouleau.
High-speed chase ends at Corner Gas movie set
A truck that had been stolen in Calgary, but bearing Manitoba license plates was abandoned in Rouleau, SK at the Corner Gas movie set Saturday after a high-speed chase.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Reunions abound at Central Butte centennial celebration
The small town of approximately 450 residents - located about 100 kilometres northwest of Moose Jaw - saw close to 1,500 people inhabit it during centennial celebrations this past weekend, that according to Mayor Al Klassen.
Today file - " July 27, 2014
It is amazing what one person can see and do in 100 years. It is a milestone not reached by many, but today Eloise Ritchie and her family will celebrate her 100th birthday and reflect on 100 years of the past.
Life's a cabaret for Clarington-born musician
For Clarington-raised musician and musical director Michael Barber, going back to perform in a Festival Players of Prince Edward County production was a no-brainer.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
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Senior - C' Men's Provincial Championship results
Moose Jaw Canadians catcher Joel Jordison stretches to make a fine catch on a popup during a game against the Prince Albert Pirates in 2014 Softball Saskatchewan Senior 'C' Men's Provincial Championship action in Prince Albert on Saturday evening.
Family medical residents prescribed to Moose Jaw
Amanda Waldner uses her stethoscope to listen to the breathing of a patient in the emergency ward at the Moose Jaw Union Hospital on July 25. Waldner is one of four family medicine residents that recently started two-year residencies in the Friendly City under the province's Distributed Medical Education initiative.
Today file - " July 26, 2014
A group of kids got to travel back in time Thursday. They didn't dress up in hot wool clothes, but they did see how pioneers worked and played in that era during the Pioneer Camp at the Western Development Museum.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
A memorable experience
Col. Paul Goddard speaks to guests at the change of command ceremony at 15 Wing Moose Jaw on Friday.
A fight to end Canada's disease
On August 16 and 17, residents in Moose Jaw will have the opportunity to be a part of 10,000 cyclists participating in 27 coast to coast tours all while raising $8 million for the MS Society.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Large sections of Sask. under thunderstorm warnings
B.C. residents generally find public campgrounds clean and secure, but when it comes to the reservation system and user fees, not everyone is a happy camper.