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Looking back: This past week's headlines

The headlines for the week of Sept. 4-10, 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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Latest edition of Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting an interesting winter ahead

International Literacy Day (ILD) — Let’s get literate!

Library has lots of materials and services to keep you busy

Top barrel racers kick-off competition featuring a Saturday evening event with $75,000 payout

Sask. homes must have carbon monoxide and smoke alarms by July 1, 2022

Moose Jaw Minor Football returns to action with busy weekend

Fast times and big money highlight barrel racing event


Harvest progress well above five-year average

1943 Anson crash site and Gravelbourg seniors’ tour

Diversified Services volunteers help at Sukanen Ship Museum

Crop production estimates reflect drought across Prairies

Olds, Alberta barrel racer claims $10,500 prize

SHA warns of increased risk of COVID exposure at Brown’s Socialhouse


Riders' undefeated streak broken, lose 23-8 to Blue Bombers

Sukanen threshing bee features steam tractors running threshers


Charitable gaming grants to provide more than $76K to Moose Jaw groups

New safety device helps make construction zones safer for workers

Access Labour Day Car Show draws big crowds for another wild success

Eight cleaning staff at 15 Wing lose jobs after contract not renewed


Public school trustees to receive 1.8-per-cent pay increase this year

Nearly $20K set aside for PSSD trustees for training sessions

Warriors kick off training camp with fitness testing

Moose Jaw’s Peters invited to Maple Leafs development camp

International Literacy Day gives students the chance to enjoy their favourite books

Warriors coach O’Leary happy with opening day of training camp


Hunger in Moose Jaw holding Pumpkin Festival, Farmer’s Market this weekend

Labour Day weekend trip discovered friendly dining at Elbow course

SHA to require guests wear masks in common areas of long-term care facilities

All-female art exhibition to feature local talent, fundraise for Transition House

Warriors’ Korczak looking forward to Rangers camp and beyond

Not ducking the issue

Warriors’ Kiesman hopes fast start in camp just a sign of things to come


Protest at Regina Legislature puts pressure on gov’t for action against COVID fourth wave

Candidate Q&A: Katelyn Zimmer, Liberal Party of Canada

Driver charged after police respond to car fire early this morning

No injures reported after semi hits bridge, spews debris over highway

Candidate Q&A: Chey Craik, People's Party of Canada

Ranch ropers here this weekend

A time for honouring and healing: Journey to Hope walk coming up on Sept. 25

South Hill Community Association sponsors Wakamow disc golf

Gov't announces new measures to address present COVID-19 situation

SAMA needs businesses’ financial statements for accurate decision-making, crowd hears

High expectations the name of the game for Warriors captain Hunt

High school volleyball season opens with senior girls pre-season tournament

Shriners planning special show and shine, concert for Prowler car draw


Bruce Penton: DeChambeau, Koepka should be left off team

Word Wisdom: Labour

Letter to the Editor: Upcoming federal election

Reflective Moments: In-a-hurry driver utilizes horn to express displeasure

Trading Thoughts: Federal election leaves many voters in a candidate quest

A Distant View: Mortality therapy

From the Kitchen: Last minute dash to fruit stand for peaches, pears

Editorial by Joan Ritchie

Letter to the Editor: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Letter to the Editor: Minority governments offer major opportunities for regional parties