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Barnes tries to share message he didn’t receive

Barnes tries to share message he didn’t receive

Nolan Barnes shared his story about the choices he made that culminated in him becoming paralyzed during the PARTY program at the Dr. F. H. Wigmore Hospital.
Health authority looking into woman’s claim of coerced sterilization

Health authority looking into woman’s claim of coerced sterilization

The Moose Jaw woman was allegedly coerced into having a tubal ligation after giving birth to her third child in December
Five headlines for Wednesday morning

Five headlines for Wednesday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning
Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Wednesday will have a high of 7 C, with a low -7
Favourites live up to billing during senior high school badminton championships

Favourites live up to billing during senior high school badminton championships

Cornerstone wins team title, top regular season performers dominate city tournament
PARTY makes consequences feel real for students

PARTY makes consequences feel real for students

The Prevent, Alcohol, Risk-related, Trauma in Youth (PARTY) program aims to give students a first-hand look at the realities and aftermath of a serious accident.
Renaming of Wild Animal Park reflects area’s Aboriginal history

Renaming of Wild Animal Park reflects area’s Aboriginal history

Tatawaw, in Cree, means 'there is room for everyone; welcome' 
Vanier hosts leadership conference for several Moose Jaw schools

Vanier hosts leadership conference for several Moose Jaw schools

Students from Moose Jaw and the surrounding area gathered at Vanier for a leadership conference, meant to motivate and inspire students to better their school.
Memorial Field ball diamond renamed to honour dedicated volunteer

Memorial Field ball diamond renamed to honour dedicated volunteer

Lyle Helland was a major part of Moose Jaw's sports community
Legion flies Canadian flag at half-mast to honour Vimy Ridge

Legion flies Canadian flag at half-mast to honour Vimy Ridge

More than 100,000 Canadians fought at Vimy Ridge during the four-day battle, including area resident William Johnstone Milne