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Looking back: This past week's headlines

The headlines for the week of March 27 to April 2, 2021
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Headlines

Miss the news this past week? Here is a selection of headlines from the past week.

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Saturday

Nature Saskatchewan shares important tips on making cities more bird-friendly

Warning issued as Moose Jaw sees increase in COVID-19 variants

Warriors lose hard-fought contest to Raiders

Sunday

Senior Centre Without Walls releases April schedule

National Farmer’s Union offers support to federal carbon pricing act

Reminder: elm pruning ban begins April 1

Injuries and adversity mount as Warriors fall to Winnipeg

Monday

Winter returns with blowing snow and strong winds

Final report on deadly Snowbird crash in B.C. flags pilot actions

Legion mural to be refurbished by adding colour, enhancing details

Facebook scammers attempt to impersonate Sask. Wildlife Federation

Sacred Heart students learn about agriculture during classroom visit with local agronomist

Tuesday

UPDATED: Authorities confirm 20 vehicles involved in Monday collision on Highway 1

Flood, fire, or ice storm, city’s emergency office prepared for any disaster

WHL’s Kelowna Rockets suspend activities due to COVID-19 positive test

Mayor urges residents to remain vigilant as COVID variant cases increase

Poor roads force Canadian motorists to pay extra $126 annually in vehicle repairs: CAA

One man dead after multi-vehicle accident near Chaplin

Moose Jaw’s Helland signs with NAIA MidAmerica Nazerene

Moose Jaw's Ingalls continues solid season with Lander University lacrosse

Moose Jaw on 'red-alert' with Sask. public health due to COVID-19 variant concerns

Warriors lose hard-fought contest to Regina in overtime

Wednesday

Sask. RCMP now allowed to participate in Clare’s Law due to regulatory changes

SaskPower to build province’s first battery energy storage system in Regina

COVID-19 outbreaks declared at Moose Jaw fitness gym, school

Riding the rails 1930s-style lands man in court

Belle Plaine ethanol plant rebranded as Co-op Ethanol Complex

Moose Jaw baseball organizations shut down as COVID cases rise

Sask Parks new campground reservation website now open

Lynbrook Golf Club driving range to open Thursday

Disaster strikes: Kelowna Rockets to shut down for 14 days after positive COVID tests

Thursday

Estevan carbon capture plant reaches milestone of 4M tonnes of carbon dioxide captured

Funding to help Riverhurst restore wetland area

Prairie South School Division warning parents of potential extension on remote learning

Collision between semi, car blocks downtown intersection

Carbon tax is no joke: Lukiwski

Public health extends vaccine availability to residents aged 58+

Warriors’ Weninger to serve as goaltending coach for Team Canada U18 team

OSAC announces April virtual concert series featuring Megan Nash, Blake Berglund

Ongoing pandemic halts popular Gord Johnson tours for second-straight year

CP Railway recognizes Moose Jaw as 2020 Terminal of the Year

An apology

Defensive struggles pave way for Warriors loss to Swift Current

Friday

Heartland Hospice reveals new status as registered charity in Moose Jaw

Miller Express to hold fundraising baseball draft

SaskPower warns customers of cross-Canada meter socket recall

Opinion

On the Front Porch: Good morning!

Reflective Moments: Ears, feet or tail: where does one start eating?

From the Kitchen: Ham and scalloped potatoes: many different ways

A Distant View: A tear for the service station