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Five headlines for Sunday morning

Five headlines for Sunday morning

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

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Sunday will have a high of 20 C with a low of 1 C.
Moose Jaw competitors fall short of medals at high school badminton provincials

Moose Jaw competitors fall short of medals at high school badminton provincials

Cornerstone’s Behrns falls in bronze medal game, Dusomme and Porter-Salido, Wong miss playoff rounds
Moose Jaw’s Robinson looks back on Cheerleading Worlds win

Moose Jaw’s Robinson looks back on Cheerleading Worlds win

Central student part of Rebels Cheerleading Athletics team Smoke that won the world championship at the end of April
Letter to the Editor: Observations in housing

Letter to the Editor: Observations in housing

A letter to the editor from Brian Jones
Knights of Columbus bike fundraiser to support orphans in Ukraine

Knights of Columbus bike fundraiser to support orphans in Ukraine

The Knights of Columbus Bishop Budka Council No. 5914 from St. Basil’s Ukrainian Catholic Church are hosting the 100 Mile Bicycle Trek Fundraiser on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22, with participants cycling 50 miles each day. 
Ruck It Up returns for second year supporting mental health

Ruck It Up returns for second year supporting mental health

Friends Tyler Simpson, Chris Robart, and Brett Hagan started the Ruck It Up fundraiser last year to recognize the struggle many people experience with mental health and donated the proceeds to Journey to Hope Moose Jaw.
Join Willy Winmar for his birthday celebration

Join Willy Winmar for his birthday celebration

The event will take place in Crescent Park on May 28th
Moose Jaw educator wins award for work on sustainability research into recycled plastic

Moose Jaw educator wins award for work on sustainability research into recycled plastic

Saskatchewan Polytechnic instructor Ramon Ricafort and colleagues David Halstead and Leila Benmerrouche accepted two awards for Education for Sustainable Development on May 4 at an annual awards banquet hosted by The Saskatchewan Regional Centre for Expertise (RCE).
Letter to the Editor: Epstein Barr Virus does NOT cause Multiple Sclerosis

Letter to the Editor: Epstein Barr Virus does NOT cause Multiple Sclerosis

A letter to the editor from Richard Dowson