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More cases of whooping cough confirmed in Moose Jaw The number of confirmed cases of whooping cough in the Five Hills Health Region (FHHR) continues to climb, with at least five more added in September so far. That brings the total for the year up to...
Family, school, and community mourn the loss of principal Scott Williamson Somewhere between 1,500 and 2,000 people attended Scott Williamson’s funeral last weekend in Caronport. The mark he leaves on this community, however, will continue to ripple out far beyond those numbers. “Hildebrand Chapel is massive,...
Rate review panel to live-stream public meeting dealing with SaskPower application It’s no secret that public meetings for things like rate review panels are poorly attended. Unless there is some controversial issue on the table, most people don’t see the value in slogging to the closest...
Plant plans to process its billionth litre of ethanol this weekend A billion is a really big number. For the Terra Grain Fuel plant in Belle Plaine, it’s still a big number, but also an important benchmark. “It takes years to accomplish that,” said president of the...
Moose Jaw’s 1974 flood to feature alongside gales, blazes, and blizzards If there is one thing that Prairie people can do, it’s talk about the weather. Perhaps more so than nearly anywhere else in Canada, a massive bulk of the population sees their livelihoods rise and...
Sponsorship sought for romantic merger Though couples work hard to put their own spin on their weddings, there is usually a certain set of expectations for the prospective partners to follow. While much of their plan is quite conventional, one Moose Jaw bride and groom are...
Whooping cough outbreak continues, present in two Moose Jaw schools Moose Jaw’s outbreak of whooping cough is nothing new, but the return to school has shed new light on it. Palliser Heights School and one other school in Moose Jaw have confirmed cases, though health officials...
Occupants safe, but see complete loss of home estimated value of $500,000 Although the cause of the fire that destroyed a home over the weekend is still under investigation, an official has confirmed it was accidental. Moose Jaw Fire Department Chief Rod Montgomery told the Times-Herald...
Moose Jaw can sometimes feel like a small town, but it is indeed part of a much wider world. A series of documentary films screening on Monday night seek to bring that world here. Moose Jaw-born filmmaker and journalist Paula Stromberg will be presenting three...
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