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Looking back: This past week's headlines

The headlines for the week of May 29 - June 4, 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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Upcoming motorcycle run to celebrate Moose Jaw EMS joining Teddy Bears Anonymous

'The perfect career for me:' Local salon owner retiring after 20 years in beauty industry

Pride Convoy a highlight of week filled with plenty of popular events

Little League releases game schedules, action begins Monday


'Ground-breaking' research in fertilizer techniques from USask expert could increase yield for producers

Rain helps farmers as seeding progresses

Police respond to three overdoses, want public to stay safe

Injured worker using accident to proclaim positive message across the world

Shoes to line the steps at St. Andrew’s in remembrance of children who died at Kamloops residential school


T.rex Discovery Centre in Cypress Hills has new hands-on Paleo Lab

Police use K-9 unit to catch suspect who allegedly stole vehicle

Provincial grant to help city start creating cultural action plan

80 years ago – Death on the CNR Express – A mystery worthy of Agatha Christie

Raising money for kids' cancer research goal of man’s cross-Canada run

City’s ‘rainy day fund’ could cover lost revenue from commercial property appeals

Moose Jaw Facebook group spreading joy with doorstep deliveries from 'plant fairies'


Wakamow Farmer's Market draws hundreds in initial run

‘Serious conservative budgeting’ helped Tourism Moose Jaw end 2020 with surplus

Back on the field: A look at some of the action from local sports on Monday night

Prairie South helped create portion of interim provincial education plan

The end is near? Masks off, unrestricted gatherings possible as early as July 11

Moose Jaw Public Library opens for browsing, with restrictions


Nearly $9M in building upgrades planned in PSSD over next few years

Lumsden-area woman seeks Conservative nomination for Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan riding

With the Artists: Tree Carving Project in Crescent Park now complete

Warriors to pick 16th overall in WHL Prospects Draft

Moose Jaw to support research project for brain injury survivors

Registration now open for 25th anniversary Festival of Words event in July

Group hopeful proposed spray park will be built next year

Moose Jaw’s Peters wins WHL Central Division Scholastic Award

Gathering outside St. Andrew's Church honours 215 victims of Kamloops residential school

Runner stops in Moose Jaw during cross-Canada fundraising trip

Soap box derby cancelled due to ongoing pandemic uncertainty



Financial literacy video project from Vanier students highlighted in national competition

Minor AAA Miller Express rally late but fall short against Kiwanis

18U AAA Canucks post pair of comebacks before falling to Athletics

Late-round positions for WHL Prospect, U.S. Drafts not a concern for Warriors’ Ripplinger


Two downtown streets to close during Tourism Moose Jaw video project

Proposed 2021 tax policy aims to generate similar revenue as 2020

Tax gap between property classes to shrink again this year

Moose Jaw seniors centres reopening with easing of restrictions

Former Sask. MP Brad Trost seeks CPC nomination for Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan riding

Sask. minimum wage to increase to $11.81 this October


On the Front Porch: Pioneering spirit

Bruce Penton: Lack of hitting not a big hit with fans

Reflective Moments: Wiener roast and weeding could kick off Step One

From the Kitchen: Rhubarb thrives to provide spring cake or chilled soup

Editorial by Joan Ritchie

A Distant View: Modern arrogance