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Nobody dancing for appearance of orange blossom wheat midge

Nobody dancing for appearance of orange blossom wheat midge

Farmers should be wary of the pest, according to Dr. Tyler Wist
Civilian, military performers play at Fellowship concert

Civilian, military performers play at Fellowship concert

The concert raised funds for 15 Wing Fellowship projects, which includes assistance to military families, veterans, and community projects
Unfavourable wheat price outlook presented to producers

Unfavourable wheat price outlook presented to producers

Canadian wheat farmers can expect stiff international competition
Five headlines for Monday morning

Five headlines for Monday morning

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

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

The high for today will be 6 C and the low will be 0 C.
Dance for Hunger brings in close to a ton of food for Moose Jaw and District Food Bank

Dance for Hunger brings in close to a ton of food for Moose Jaw and District Food Bank

Annual Dance Images by B.J. event once again fills shelves for local charitable organization
Butterfly Quilt to be a centrepiece of Evening of Love, Hope Faith and Resilience fundraiser

Butterfly Quilt to be a centrepiece of Evening of Love, Hope Faith and Resilience fundraiser

Massive undertaking involving hours upon hours of work, quilt to be donated to Heartland Hospice Moose Jaw
Gymtastiks host Spring has Sprung Invitational

Gymtastiks host Spring has Sprung Invitational

Meets features hundreds of competitors from throughout the province over two days of action.
Elvis is coming to Moose Jaw — more or less

Elvis is coming to Moose Jaw — more or less

Dean Z’s tribute tour will take audiences through 20 years of Elvis’s career in just 2 hours, and promises to bring back memories of the King himself.
Potholes are already a problem this spring

Potholes are already a problem this spring

Moose Jaw residents polled that yes, they do think potholes are something to be concerned about this spring, and the City promises they are already on the problem.