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2 hrs ago | Times-Herald
I do not think I begun to understand that until I moved to Moose Jaw. Now I appreciate more than ever the long phone conversations with friends and family, and cherish the rare trips home to spend time with them.
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7 hrs ago | Times-Herald
National Drowning Prevention Week is reiterating the importance of safety in and around water, especially as it pertains to children.
11 hrs ago | Southwest Booster
Swift Current's Meghan Chisholm, flanked by her parents John and Donna Chisholm, show the Canadian flag they will fly aboard the pilot boat accompanying Meghan on her English Channel swim attempt.
15 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight
On July 18 the Straight reported that RCMP had confirmed one person was found dead in a campground at the Pemberton Music Festival.
15 hrs ago | Southwest Booster
Last scene by complainant on Friday July 18th. Several checks completed but subject's whereabouts remain unknown.
18 hrs ago | CBC News
Saskatoon Morning's Leisha Grebinski takes listeners to the northeast swale to meet shepherd Jared Epp and his flock of weed eating sheep.
Sienna and Saige Perry make some pottery during one of the activities at the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society's ArcheoCaravan tour at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park on July 19, 2014 for Canada's Parks Day.
The Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 51 calls for service between 7 a.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday, including three 911 calls, three alarms and four warrants executed.
A man with warrants out for his arrest was hiding in a residence on the reserve, located about 80 km north of Police said a dog from the community attacked the RCMP service dog during the course of the arrest, prompting the shooting.
Craig Culp, a sergeant with the Hanover Police Department, does pull-ups during the Toughest Competitor Alive contest, a contest of eight events during the 2014 Can-Am Police-Fire Games at Central High School in Springettsbury Township Sunday July 20, 2014 Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News Phil Roberts, a York City Police retiree who ... (more)
Two people were injured early Saturday morning in a break-and-enter at a house in Regina where residents were at home.
Hospital with life-threatening stab wounds. Emergency room authorities called the police, while the man was rushed to surgery.
The games, which will be taking place in the Queen City, is hosting athletes, coaches, spectators and volunteers from across North America.
Police have identified the man found dead in the campground at the Pemberton Music Festival as 21-year-old Nick Phongsavath of Regina, Sask.
Hundreds of athletes, coaches and spectators are converging on Regina for the 2014 North American Indigenous Games which begin on Sunday.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:36 pm
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