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Sask. school divisions release return to school plans for Sept.; no masks required yet

Sask. school divisions release return to school plans for Sept.; no masks required yet

The Ministry of Education has shared the core guidelines for students and staff returning to schools in the fall
Pense in running for Kraft Hockeyville title

Pense in running for Kraft Hockeyville title

Saskatchewan town named to final four for NHL exhibition game, $250,000 for rink improvements
Thieves more active in summer so protect your valuables, police say

Thieves more active in summer so protect your valuables, police say

'We want deterrents in place, where people who may be tempted to commit crime, if residents make it harder, they will move along'
Province provides funding for city’s three MEEP projects

Province provides funding for city’s three MEEP projects

The provincial government has approved the City of Moose Jaw's three projects worth $4.8 million
New Buffalo Pound pool opens after old one closed in 2018

New Buffalo Pound pool opens after old one closed in 2018

The older pool at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park was opened in 1972 and closed in 2018 due to aging infrastructure
“He’s such a great kid:” family of Moose Jaw teen with terminal brain cancer in need of help

“He’s such a great kid:” family of Moose Jaw teen with terminal brain cancer in need of help

“That’s the reality of terminal brain cancer. You have to try and keep your spirits up because it's very difficult to mourn the loss of somebody who is still here," said Michelle Lesperance, whose son Jacob is living with brain cancer
Canada Day car show donates $3,500 to Moose Jaw & District Food Bank

Canada Day car show donates $3,500 to Moose Jaw & District Food Bank

The first-ever Rolling Car Show on Canada Day collected $3,500 to donate to the Moose Jaw & District Food Bank
Saskatchewan gov't announces massive Lake Diefenbaker irrigation project; Moose Jaw area to be affected

Saskatchewan gov't announces massive Lake Diefenbaker irrigation project; Moose Jaw area to be affected

‘Generational’ project to come at a cost of $4 billion, create 2,500 construction jobs a year for over 10 years, add an estimated 120,000 acres of irrigable land, provide Moose Jaw-Regina corridor with secure water source for next 100 years
Final dates of Phase Four announced for remainder of services

Final dates of Phase Four announced for remainder of services

The last dates of Phase Four were announced today in a live press conference with Premier Scott Moe
Knight Ford Lincoln showing support for community with charity campaigns

Knight Ford Lincoln showing support for community with charity campaigns

Knight Ford Lincoln has a few charitable activities up its sleeve these days, to help Moose Jaw out