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Times Herald Staff

Times Herald Staff
Local news, sports, events, weather, entertainment and business from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Scooped again

It’s never good when newspapers are the news. Most of our readers have likely already heard the Times-Herald is closing its doors, publishing our last edition Dec. 7. We even made the national news. Know that we have never taken our role in the city of...

Hospital checkup

It has been two years since the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital officially opened its doors, and we think it’s time for an anniversary checkup. Founded on the Lean methodology — meant to cut down wasted time and money at every step — the hospital...

Impaired driving collision causes $30,000 in damage

An alleged drunk-driver was arrested after an incident on Duffield Street last night around 4 a.m. The driver smashed into two parked cars before his own vehicle rolled over in the middle of the street, according to a Moose Jaw Police Service release. The collision caused...

South Hill on boil water advisory

South Hill residents have been told they need to boil their water after a water main break near the reservoir on 12th Avenue Southwest between Coteau Street and Lillooet Street West Friday night. The advisory affects all residences and facilities from Fifth Avenue Southwest and...

Arrest made in child porn case

Police in Moose Jaw have arrested a local man on charges of making and possessing child pornography, along with sexual interference and voyeurism. A statement released on Thursday explained that an investigation was launched earlier this year after a report of sexual interference, which is...

Buyer beware

Unfair business practices in focus after complaint filed against local Sears store With Moose Jaw’s Sears store liquidating its stock, consumers are eager for deals. According to the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan, however, bargain-hunters need to be aware of unfair practices. Moose Jaw resident...

Local kinesiologist wants concussion baseline testing affordable for athletes

In the past, athletes were supposed to be tough and have that “you got your bell rung, you’re fine, get back into the game” mentality. Now, with so much more education out there for players and coaches, concussions and head injuries are treated a lot...

Businesses raise concerns over water main delays

Businesses on High Street West between Third and Fourth Avenue are left scratching their head after work began on Phase II of the water main replacement project nearly a month ago. Since work originally began the week before the August long weekend and some of...

Fruit, veggie crops struggling

Local u-pick program could shut down due to growing season It’s not just the grain producers that are struggling this year, as fruit and vegetable growers are facing a lot of the same problems. While they have other parts to their business such as their winery,...

Hazardous waste collection: what you need to know

Those with pesky household hazardous waste sitting around the house can turn them in for safe disposal during the City of Moose Jaw’s Household Hazardous Waste Day today. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., any waste with warning labels can be brought down to the...

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