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Five headlines for Saturday morning

Five headlines for Saturday morning

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

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Saturday will have a high of 17 C with a low of 6 C.
City lights clock tower yellow to support ending violence against women, children

City lights clock tower yellow to support ending violence against women, children

The clock tower at city hall will be lit yellow over the weekend to honour Moose Hide Campaign Day, an initiative that seeks to raise awareness about ending violence against women and children.
Ice close out playoff series with Warriors with win in Winnipeg

Ice close out playoff series with Warriors with win in Winnipeg

Ice overcome two-goal deficit to take 6-3 win in Game 5, take best-of-seven series four-games-to-one
Red Hat Society provincial convention kicks off with 1920s reception

Red Hat Society provincial convention kicks off with 1920s reception

Close to 200 members of social club from all over western Canada taking part in event at Heritage Inn
Canucks can’t find any luck in one-run 18U AAA loss to White Sox

Canucks can’t find any luck in one-run 18U AAA loss to White Sox

Regina scores pair in bottom of sixth inning, hold on for 3-2 win in SPBL action
Parliamentary Secretary announces newcomer settlement funding for Prairies

Parliamentary Secretary announces newcomer settlement funding for Prairies

Marie-France Lalonde, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Immigration, was in Moose Jaw on Thursday to announce the expansion of funding for settlement services in the Prairie Provinces.
Rotary Clubs raise $11,504.91 for Ukraine with help from community

Rotary Clubs raise $11,504.91 for Ukraine with help from community

The April 29 fundraising supper, a joint effort by Moose Jaw’s two Rotary Clubs held at the Church of Our Lady’s community hall in South Hill, was a big success before, during, and afterwards.
Making CAA’s worst roads list not a great feeling, city manager says

Making CAA’s worst roads list not a great feeling, city manager says

Municipal officials don’t like having two streets on CAA Saskatchewan’s top 10 worst roads list, but they say they can’t do much about those thoroughfares because of circumstances beyond their control.
Food bank stocks community fridge and pantry in reaction to social cuts

Food bank stocks community fridge and pantry in reaction to social cuts

The Moose Jaw & District Food Bank, Moose Jaw Housing Authority, and Moose Jaw Families For Change have partnered to install a community fridge and pantry at High Park Towers as a pilot to increase help for hungry residents.