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Hoteliers lose court appeal on property cap rates and valuations

Hoteliers lose court appeal on property cap rates and valuations

MJ Independent reporter Robert Thomas reviews a recent court decision that affects the property assessment of local hoteliers.
City’s loan of $100K to Events Centre for food and drink services unlikely to be repaid

City’s loan of $100K to Events Centre for food and drink services unlikely to be repaid

The topic of repaying the $100,000 arose during a media scrum after the recent regular city council meeting.
Residents offer feedback about priorities in proposed parks and rec master plan

Residents offer feedback about priorities in proposed parks and rec master plan

The open houses are part of phase 4 of the five-phase master plan campaign to create a new document for the parks and rec department.  
Heartland Hospice to receive Tim’s Smile Cookie proceeds

Heartland Hospice to receive Tim’s Smile Cookie proceeds

This year’s Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie campaign in Moose Jaw and surrounding area will benefit Heartland Hospice Moose Jaw (HHMJ), a charity dedicated to improving end-of-life care in Moose Jaw and creating a hospice wing at Pioneer Lodge.
Police arrest ‘suspicious person’ for possessing prohibited firearms, ammo

Police arrest ‘suspicious person’ for possessing prohibited firearms, ammo

Police arrested and charged Arlen Cronan after investigating a 'suspicious person/vehicle' in northeast Moose Jaw recently.
From the kitchen: Bed sheets might be protecting tomato crops

From the kitchen: Bed sheets might be protecting tomato crops

This week's recipes focus on using tomatoes from the garden to make several tasty dishes.
This week's editorial

This week's editorial

This week's editorial from senior editor Joan Ritchie.
Five headlines for Wednesday morning

Five headlines for Wednesday morning

Here are five headlines for Wednesday, Sept. 21.
Good morning Moose Jaw!

Good morning Moose Jaw!

Wednesday will have a high of 16 C and a low of minus-1 C.
Folk musician’s latest album focuses on expressing anger in modern society

Folk musician’s latest album focuses on expressing anger in modern society

Chatham, Ont.-born singer-songwriter Sarah Hiltz brings her "The Calm Fury Tour" to Moose Jaw on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at The Hive on Main Street.