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Cyclones post commanding win over Swift Current in boys soccer

Cyclones post commanding win over Swift Current in boys soccer

Provincial championship hosts roll to 8-1 victory in regular season action at Canada Games Field
Warriors welcome back final players from NHL camps, but plenty of work ahead

Warriors welcome back final players from NHL camps, but plenty of work ahead

Return of Mateychuk and Rysavy last pieces, but no resting on laurels as most promising Warriors line-up in recent history takes final shape
Pilot project will see extra security patrolling downtown to help deter 'unsettling incidents'

Pilot project will see extra security patrolling downtown to help deter 'unsettling incidents'

The pilot project is similar to the Saskatchewan Community Safety Officer Program (SCSOP), which assists officers by providing extra uniformed personnel in a marked vehicle in the community from early evening to early morning.
Province to add more seats for veterinary students

Province to add more seats for veterinary students

In 2023-24, the province will increase the number of subsidized student seats from 20 to 25 at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM).
More angled parking possible on High Street East, but new traffic plan needed first

More angled parking possible on High Street East, but new traffic plan needed first

It appears that adding more angled parking on High Street East could be feasible, city hall says, but that decision will likely be determined next year once a traffic report is completed.  
OSAC fall events bring re-imagined swing, award-winning Indigenous duo to Cultural Centre

OSAC fall events bring re-imagined swing, award-winning Indigenous duo to Cultural Centre

The Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC) Performing Arts circuit is bringing two acts to the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre (MJCC) this fall — The reimagined swing and Gypsy jazz of Christine Tassan et les Imposteures, and the folk/pop/indie music of Indigenous duo Twin Flames.
‘The wait was worth it’: Rouleau, Wilcox celebrate new water treatment plant

‘The wait was worth it’: Rouleau, Wilcox celebrate new water treatment plant

The new water treatment plant cost $10.6 million and will serve both communities for at least the next 25 years.
Five headlines for Thursday morning

Five headlines for Thursday morning

Here are five headlines for Thursday, Sept. 29.
Good morning Moose Jaw!

Good morning Moose Jaw!

Thursday will have a high of 32 C and a low of 9 C.
Vanier boys, Peacock girls volleyball teams remain unbeaten after first-place showdowns

Vanier boys, Peacock girls volleyball teams remain unbeaten after first-place showdowns

Vikings move to 4-0 with three-game win over Assiniboia, Peacock to 3-0 with four-game win over Vanier