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Looking back: This past week's headlines

The headlines from the week of April 10-16, 2021
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Miss the news this past week? Here is a selection of headlines from the past week.

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Saturday

Square One Community hosting addictions speaker for first Lunch n’ Learn fundraiser

Quick action prevents vehicle fire from spreading to apartment complex

Lumsden loses out on Kraft Hockeyville

Effort there, but Warriors can't find way past Blades

Sunday

Swift Current Tarentaise cattle breeder honoured with Lifetime Achievement Award

Re-Open Saskatchewan Training Subsidy extended once again

Provincial gov't provides funds to maintain Discounted Bus Pass program

Moose Jaw Warriors Week That Was

Monday

Saskatoon doctor’s letter urging closure of schools frustrates Moose Jaw education director

Moose Jaw schools re-opening is questioned in the Legislature

Sask. public health now using AstraZeneca doses for booked vaccine appointments

RCMP seize 4,000lbs of illegal cannabis, arrest three during traffic stop near Caronport

Warriors’ Mateychuk named to East Division Team of the Week, joins U18s

Pharmacies set to begin delivering COVID-19 vaccines by end of April

Mobile vaccination units to focus on Sask. first responders, health care workers

Motorists could pay for downtown parking with smartphone app by May

Tuesday

City to support re-election of two directors to Buffalo Pound board

Four residents appointed to two municipal advisory committees

Community group that promotes seniors receives council’s support

Artists to paint downtown infrastructure as part of art tour project

City hall to focus on enhancing downtown aesthetics this summer

Council’s updated strategic plan focuses on growth, downtown, climate action

Canadian Hockey League cancels Memorial Cup

Bylaw changes will increase false alarm fees, close unused lane

No contact between Sask. households beginning immediately, says public health

Booking availability for COVID-19 vaccines in Sask. lowered to age 52+

Appeals board approves three projects that contravene zoning bylaw

Wheat Kings score four in first, hold off comeback in win over Warriors

Wednesday

Wearing pandemic-related gear not always possible when police answer calls

Public health declares COVID-19 outbreak at CP Rail in Moose Jaw

Police have answered more calls this year over 2020, data shows

Business Women of Moose Jaw co-hosting online raffle for Moose Jaw Transition House

Former Warrior Jeannot scores first National Hockey League goal

Warrior Sharks: Sawchenko signs NHL contract with San Jose, Halbgewachs called up to taxi squad

Minor Hockey reports successful year in spite of pandemic, Friesen joining as executive director

Thursday

WorkSafe Saskatchewan launches online mental health resource centre for Sask. businesses

Province’s air ambulance service celebrates 75 years of providing medical care

Sukanen Museum president hopes venue can reopen soon to public

Province now accepting grant applications from veterans’ service clubs

Paying traffic tickets could become easier with new changes to system

Sask Arts Awards lists two Moose Jaw nominees for leadership awards

Food Bank raises $22,000 in first week of Final Piece campaign, Kinsmen donate $10K

Artist eager to learn which murals need fixing this year

Moose Jaw Express, MooseJawToday throwing support behind Warriors with No Fan Left Behind campaign

Warriors can't solve Paddock, fall to Raiders despite dominating contest

Friday

Young author contest from Wood Dragon Books already looking ahead to next year

Homes in Moose Jaw sold at hot pace in March, data shows

Sask. COVID-19 vaccine appointments now open to residents aged 48+

Public feedback wanted on concept plan for joint-use school

Frozen meal program at Kinsmen Cafe seeing 'fantastic' support from Moose Jaw

Residents urged to fight crystal meth crisis by watching for suspicious activity