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The Friendly City Optimist Club celebrates 60 years of Optimism in helping the youth of Moose Jaw

The Friendly City Optimist Club celebrates 60 years of Optimism in helping the youth of Moose Jaw

The club’s motto is “Friend of Youth.” Over the years, since 1986, the club has supported numerous youth in Moose Jaw with their scholarship programs, essay writing and oratorical contests and many more.
Numbers show Wakamow farmers’ market, food farm had another successful year

Numbers show Wakamow farmers’ market, food farm had another successful year

Wakamow Valley Authority (WVA) is pleased with how 2022 turned out, especially since some well-known programs — like the farmers’ market and community garden — continued to do well.
Five headlines for Saturday morning

Five headlines for Saturday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning.
Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Saturday will have a high of 3 C with a low of -3 C.
Three-goal second period sees Warriors take win over Kamloops

Three-goal second period sees Warriors take win over Kamloops

Riche, Korczak, Yager score in middle frame as Moose Jaw goes on to 3-2 win in second game of B.C. Division road swing
Police challenge emergency agencies to ‘fill the squad car’ with winter gear for charity

Police challenge emergency agencies to ‘fill the squad car’ with winter gear for charity

The challenge starts now and goes until Thursday, Dec. 8. Officers will collect clothing from each first responder group and fill squad cars. Residents can also take the items to their preferred first responder building — or directly to the Salvation Army. 
Tractor, combine supply to stay tight for two years: economist

Tractor, combine supply to stay tight for two years: economist

Disruptions in supply chains by the pandemic have reduced equipment sitting in the lot.
Church volunteer gets award for supporting Catholic students and staff

Church volunteer gets award for supporting Catholic students and staff

The Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association has given St. Joseph Parish's Deacon Lamont Dyck the SCSBA appreciation award, which is provided to people to honour their commitment and contribution to Catholic education in Saskatchewan.
Police paint picture of rampant crime problems needing more funding to fight

Police paint picture of rampant crime problems needing more funding to fight

Members of the MJPS present their presentation of the 2022-2023 Budget request
Grow Your Own Future

Grow Your Own Future

Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Cacti
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