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Vanier hosts Students Against Distracted Driving assembly

Vanier hosts Students Against Distracted Driving assembly

This assembly was held to educate teen drivers of Vanier and the broader community on the dangers of driving impaired.
'Our mission is to inspire hope ... help is available'

'Our mission is to inspire hope ... help is available'

"Our mission is to inspire hope," Julius Brown Director of OSI Can.
New graduates from Drug Treatment Court reaffirm program’s value

New graduates from Drug Treatment Court reaffirm program’s value

On June 16, the Moose Jaw Drug Treatment Court (DTC) awarded two new graduates with plaques, a party, and personal congratulations from Provincial Court Judge Brian Hendrickson in another testament to the lasting changes the program can produce.
RM of Baildon must pay former staffer $122K due to discrimination, judge rules

RM of Baildon must pay former staffer $122K due to discrimination, judge rules

In a decision released recently, the Hon. Madame Justice B.L. Klatt determined that the RM did not consider former office administrator Diane Gronvold’s disability — a concussion — and had a duty to accommodate her challenges but failed to do so.
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 31 C with a low of 10 C.
Mustangs open 12-and-under South Sask Lacrosse League playoffs with win

Mustangs open 12-and-under South Sask Lacrosse League playoffs with win

Moose Jaw ties game in final seconds, take 7-6 victory over Swift Current in overtime
Miller Express rally late for comeback win over Red Sox

Miller Express rally late for comeback win over Red Sox

Moose Jaw improves to 3-0 in Trans-Canada Clash, move into sole possession of first place in WCBL East Division
'Race for Recovery' go-kart competition for charity

'Race for Recovery' go-kart competition for charity

A total of five gas and six electric powered go-karts participated, with the electric go-karts being raced by high school students from Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, North Battleford, and the Regina area.
Moose Jaw woman becomes first female chair of Regina Airport Authority

Moose Jaw woman becomes first female chair of Regina Airport Authority

Trish Martynook has served on the board of the Regina Airport Authority (RAA) since 2014 and recently became the first female Chair of the RAA board, as well as the first chair from the City of Moose Jaw.