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Winmar Warriors carry four-game winning streak into weekend action

Winmar Warriors carry four-game winning streak into weekend action

Moose Jaw extended winning run with 3-2 win over Swift Current on Wednesday, to face Tisdale, Warman on Saturday and Sunday
Infinity Athletics receives bid for Allstar World Championship cheerleading competition in Orlando

Infinity Athletics receives bid for Allstar World Championship cheerleading competition in Orlando

Moose Jaw crew to be one of hundreds of teams from all over the world to take part in elite event May 4-6
Letter to the Editor: Disappointed with Sportsnet

Letter to the Editor: Disappointed with Sportsnet

A letter to the editor from Noreen Norris.
Rinks with Moose Jaw connections in tough at Viterra Scotties

Rinks with Moose Jaw connections in tough at Viterra Scotties

Ackerman into ‘B’ quarterfinal, defending champion Barker joins Holland, Ricci in first round of ‘C’ side play
Family holding fundraiser for newborn needing open heart surgery

Family holding fundraiser for newborn needing open heart surgery

Two Moose Jaw families have united in determination to help their newest family member — little Ansel, due March 20, will need open-heart surgery in Edmonton immediately after his birth.
Nearly $400K in provincial funding to support new bus purchases, city says

Nearly $400K in provincial funding to support new bus purchases, city says

The grant that the provincial program is offering is $172,850 per vehicle, for a total of $345,700, proportional to the average ridership from 2015 to 2021.
Robbie Burns Night celebrated with tradition and song

Robbie Burns Night celebrated with tradition and song

In-person social gathering and live music by Desperate for Haggis at Bobby’s Olde World Tavern
Downtown Association holding inaugural ‘Snowtorious’ Family Day on Feb. 20

Downtown Association holding inaugural ‘Snowtorious’ Family Day on Feb. 20

The Downtown Moose Jaw Association (DMJA) will begin a tradition this year with the first Snowtorious Family Day on February 20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Crescent Park, in front of the Moose Jaw Public Library.
Sow processing plant receives $1M to prepare for future disease outbreaks

Sow processing plant receives $1M to prepare for future disease outbreaks

The provincial government and Sask Pork are contributing $1 million to Moose Jaw’s sow processing plant to help the venue better prepare for an African swine fever outbreak.
Next Moose Jaw Women Who Care event to benefit Early Childhood Intervention Program

Next Moose Jaw Women Who Care event to benefit Early Childhood Intervention Program

Moose Jaw Women Who Care, a group that meets three times a year to benefit local community organizations, will hold their next meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9 via Zoom to learn about the South Central Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP).
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