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Moose Jaw Under Severe Thunderstorm Watch

Moose Jaw has been put under a severe thunderstorm watch. Conditions are favourable for strong wind gusts and large hail from a cold front from Alberta passing through Southern Saskatchewan Saturday…

55+ Games Looking for Volunteers

We're less than 2 months out from the Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association (SSFA) 55+ Provincial Games 2018, and the board in charge is looking for help. Volunteers are going to be…

Provincial Fire Ban Lifted

We may have lost the opportunity during the Victoria Day long weekend, but the good news is the summer hasn't even begun yet. With the amount of rain we've been seeing, the Provincial Fire Ban that…

Crop Dusters Take Part in Fighting Wildfires

After a staggering number of wildfires in the province and many of them getting too close to communities, Saskatchewan is looking to improve its response to wildfires by adding crop dusting planes to…

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Heritage Status Pushed for Wild Animal Park

In 1929, the area in Moose Jaw that is usually referred to as the Wild Animal Park was officially renamed Sitting Bull Park. 89 years later, Moose Javian Kayleigh Olson and her friends are hoping to…

DFFH General Manager Fired

Just over 5 months into the job, the new Mosaic Place and Yara Centre general manager has been fired. Graham Edge was hired after he spent a number of years working with the Regina Exhibition…

Local Homegrown Farmers Market Underway This Weekend

It's that time of year. The Moose Jaw Homegrown Farmers Market kicks off this weekend, running Saturday 8am until 1pm on Langdon Crescent. Jody Chell is the Marketing Manager for the Market, and told…

Weather Delays Serpentine Repairs

What started as a plan to tidy up the Crescent Park Serpentine ended up being a repair job in the park. "We have three storm drains that empty into the Serpentine. So we get a lot of and sand and…

Mitchell Resigns to Focus on Family

After 15 years of serving the community of Moose Jaw as both mayor and councillor, Don Mitchell will be stepping down as an elected official. "It's a family issue," said Mitchell following the…

Natatorium Listed as Endangered Property

The old Moose Jaw Natatorium has been a building of concern in the community for the last two decades and has now been placed on this year's national Trust For Canada Top 10 Endangered Places List.…

City's Transit Fleet Gets an Upgrade

The City of Moose Jaw unveiled four new and improved buses they'll be adding to their transit fleet. Mayor Fraser Tolmie and Fleet Services Supervisor and acting Fleet Manager Bill Anderson showed…

Women Entrepreneurs Week Declared in Saskatchewan

The Provincial Government proclaimed this week as Women Entrepreneurs Week in Saskatchewan. This is a time to celebrate the success of women entrepreneurs and their contributions to our communities…

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