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Five headlines for Tuesday morning

Five headlines for Tuesday morning

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

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Tuesday will have a high of 0 C, with a low of -9
Pickleball tournament set to bring together local players

Pickleball tournament set to bring together local players

Growing sport looking to catch on with even greater numbers
Barker wins ‘C’ final to advance to Viterra Scotties playoffs

Barker wins ‘C’ final to advance to Viterra Scotties playoffs

Moose Jaw rink posts commanding win over Williamson, to face Anderson in Page 3-4 game
Moving up: Warriors' Millar takes over as manager of Hockey Canada World Junior program

Moving up: Warriors' Millar takes over as manager of Hockey Canada World Junior program

Tribe general manager steps up from successful tenure with U-18 national team
Cross-Saskatchewan snowmobile mission for breast cancer embarking on 20th anniversary

Cross-Saskatchewan snowmobile mission for breast cancer embarking on 20th anniversary

For the 20th year in a row, 10 Saskatchewan women have dedicated themselves to a week-long snowmobile trip across the province to raise money for breast cancer research
Fewest deaths on Sask. roads last year since 1951

Fewest deaths on Sask. roads last year since 1951

Preliminary statistics suggest 71 people were killed in collisions in 2019
Art Guild planning year full of artistic adventures with members

Art Guild planning year full of artistic adventures with members

“The purpose of the Art Guild just to get people together of like interest, and we're always looking for opportunities to get together with other groups who are active too,” said Karen Walpole, president of the Moose Jaw Art Guild
Free trees being offered to residents in newer neighbourhoods

Free trees being offered to residents in newer neighbourhoods

This program — designed for new subdivisions — has been created to help build and extend the City of Moose Jaw’s urban forest
Fewer distracted drivers on the road in December

Fewer distracted drivers on the road in December

Police also reported nearly 300 impaired driving offences last month
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