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Five headlines for Thursday morning

Five headlines for Thursday morning

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

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Thursday will have a high of -1 C with a low of -7 C
Three-goal third period leads to Warriors win in Game 4, can finish series Friday

Three-goal third period leads to Warriors win in Game 4, can finish series Friday

Warriors overcome 2-1 deficit early in second with four straight goals, go on to 5-2 victory in Swift Current
RCMP failed to inform MJPS about prisoner’s firearms charges and missing pistol, inquiry hears

RCMP failed to inform MJPS about prisoner’s firearms charges and missing pistol, inquiry hears

RCMP Sgt. Dennis Silliker took the witness stand at Court of King’s Bench on April 17 on day 3 of a coroner’s inquest looking into Sabourin’s death in Moose Jaw Police Service (MJPS) cells on Oct. 7, 2021. 
Familiar names post wins on lone night of high school senior badminton league action

Familiar names post wins on lone night of high school senior badminton league action

Recently concluded STF job action sees abbreviated season with single senior league night, city championship set for Tuesday
Warriors Unger, McKenzie ranked for 2024 NHL Draft by Central Scouting

Warriors Unger, McKenzie ranked for 2024 NHL Draft by Central Scouting

McKenzie slotted in at 176th overall among North American skaters, Unger 27th among North American goaltenders
Warriors aim to take stranglehold on series in Game 4 after solid win Tuesday

Warriors aim to take stranglehold on series in Game 4 after solid win Tuesday

Moose Jaw’s 5-3 win in Swift Current gives home-ice advantage back to Warriors in Eastern Conference semifinal
Bars and slices recipes could be one and the same

Bars and slices recipes could be one and the same

This week's recipes include Coffee Spice Bars, Cookie Bars and Fudgy Oatmeal Bars
Pro-life group had ‘very positive’ 2023, board president says in annual update

Pro-life group had ‘very positive’ 2023, board president says in annual update

Moose Jaw Right to Life had a “very positive year” in 2023, with supporters and volunteers ensuring the organization met its goals to help families and educate the community, the board president says.
Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Everyone is eager to get outside and tinker in the dirt; but may we all remember that tomorrow’s weather can turn on a dime in springtime from pleasant to abhorrent  
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