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Moose Jaw's new pumper truck to cost almost $900K

Moose Jaw's new pumper truck to cost almost $900K

The Rolling Stones sang that you can’t always get what you want, but you can sometimes get what you need, a lyric the Moose Jaw Fire Department is taking to heart with its new truck purchase.
Five headlines for Friday morning

Five headlines for Friday morning

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

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Friday will have a high of 18 C with a low of 5 C
Warriors to open Memorial Cup quest against tournament host Saginaw

Warriors to open Memorial Cup quest against tournament host Saginaw

Moose Jaw's opening game of Canadian Hockey League national championship set for May 24
The Band & Choral Festival featured the Nightingales Quartet performing songs from WWI & II eras

The Band & Choral Festival featured the Nightingales Quartet performing songs from WWI & II eras

Choreographed dances, props, song medleys, short films depicting World War I and II, and beautiful vocals made for an unforgettable evening
Sentencing anticipated on June 6 for twin brother of downtown machete attack

Sentencing anticipated on June 6 for twin brother of downtown machete attack

Dillon Peeace, 20, who was involved in the earlier Sept. 28, 2023, downtown machete attacks with his twin brother, Kyle Peeace, 20, appeared by video conference at Moose Jaw Provincial Court early on the morning of May 16 to attend his latest hearing
Immigrant from Ukraine performing first Bandura concert this Saturday

Immigrant from Ukraine performing first Bandura concert this Saturday

Iryna Levchenko will take the stage at Zion United Church this Saturday, May 18 at 6 pm
Why does money from church sales go where it does?

Why does money from church sales go where it does?

Ron Walter discusses the closing of local churches and where the money should go
City of Moose Jaw, SGI renew contract for speed enforcement cameras

City of Moose Jaw, SGI renew contract for speed enforcement cameras

The automated speed enforcement (ASE) cameras in Moose Jaw have generated over $4 million in revenue during the last five years, while that system will continue nabbing lead-footed motorists for another half-decade.
Salvaged pipe organ pieces to benefit Moose Jaw’s St. Aidan Church

Salvaged pipe organ pieces to benefit Moose Jaw’s St. Aidan Church

Moose Jaw's St. Aidan Anglican Church will benefit from the closure of another Anglican church in Regina because it will receive pieces of the shuttered parish's pipe organ system.
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