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PSSD highlights positive work schools are doing with mental health, reconciliation

PSSD highlights positive work schools are doing with mental health, reconciliation

These two topics are part of four that comprise the new provincial education plan (PEP), which the Ministry of Education launched in November to guide the education sector until 2030.
Talks with justice ministry about policing concerns resolved nothing, chief says

Talks with justice ministry about policing concerns resolved nothing, chief says

It’s been almost a month since Police Chief Rick Bourassa expressed frustration about Moose Jaw being forced to handle — and pay for — provincial responsibilities, with that situation continuing to remain unchanged.
Elks Chili Challenge winner takes trophy for second year

Elks Chili Challenge winner takes trophy for second year

Kelsi Gieni of Moose Jaw took home the title for the second year in a row
Five headlines for Saturday morning

Five headlines for Saturday morning

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

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Saturday will have a high of 12 C with a low of 1 C
Game 5 reaction: Warriors' spectacular comeback soured by another overtime loss

Game 5 reaction: Warriors' spectacular comeback soured by another overtime loss

Coach O'Leary looks back on tough overtime defeat and toward a must-win Game 6 in Moose Jaw
Four out of five games in the eastern final decided in overtime

Four out of five games in the eastern final decided in overtime

Game six of the provincial WHL Eastern Conference Final is set for Sunday in Moose Jaw at 2 p.m.
Warriors stage four-goal third period comeback but again fall in overtime in Game 5

Warriors stage four-goal third period comeback but again fall in overtime in Game 5

Saskatoon takes 4-0 lead into final frame before Moose Jaw scores four to send game into extra time; Blades win third straight OT game to take series lead
Under three hours left to support 18th annual Family First Radiothon

Under three hours left to support 18th annual Family First Radiothon

The radiothon kicked off yesterday and has been running for more than 30 hours, with the final bell set to sound at 6 p.m. tonight. 
Warriors’ Yager wins WHL Hornung Memorial Trophy for second-straight year

Warriors’ Yager wins WHL Hornung Memorial Trophy for second-straight year

Pittsburgh Penguins prospect claims honour after recording only 20 penalty minutes during 95-point season
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