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Moose Jaw Ice teams taking field at provincial championships this weekend

Moose Jaw Ice teams taking field at provincial championships this weekend

Ice among favourites in U13 A and U19 A divisions as five Moose Jaw teams in action
Fourth Avenue Bridge will be temporarily closed for maintenance starting July 15

Fourth Avenue Bridge will be temporarily closed for maintenance starting July 15

The City of Moose Jaw is advising residents that the Fourth Avenue Bridge — otherwise known as the Thunderbird Viaduct — will be temporarily closed for repairs starting on Monday, July 15
Moose Jaw teams in hunt for gold as Baseball Regina AA league playoffs begin

Moose Jaw teams in hunt for gold as Baseball Regina AA league playoffs begin

Canucks aim to cap undefeated season in 11U AA, among favourites in 15U AA tournament
Silent bats an issue as Miller Express fall to Weyburn in another low-scoring battle

Silent bats an issue as Miller Express fall to Weyburn in another low-scoring battle

Beavers build early 3-1 lead, hold on for 4-2 victory in WCBL action at Ross Wells Park
Festival of Words announces upcoming program schedule for July 18 - 21

Festival of Words announces upcoming program schedule for July 18 - 21

Established in 1996, the Saskatchewan Festival of Words is a registered non-profit hosting an annual literary festival to showcase literary talent from across Canada in Moose Jaw’s historic downtown
Over 75% of residents satisfied with MJPS’s efforts, new survey shows

Over 75% of residents satisfied with MJPS’s efforts, new survey shows

The board of police commissioners received the findings of the community perceptions survey during its recent meeting.
City reminding residents of new 30km/h speed limit in Safe Routes to School project update

City reminding residents of new 30km/h speed limit in Safe Routes to School project update

Drivers will have to lay off the gas in school zones this summer as the City of Moose Jaw continues to move its speed limits from 40 down to 30 kilometers per hour to enhance residents’ safety – and to catch up with the rest of the province
New radar trailer to give MJPS better data about problem traffic areas

New radar trailer to give MJPS better data about problem traffic areas

Members of the board of police commissioners learned about the new traffic trailer and received an update about the trespassing initiative during their July 10 meeting.
Heritage committee interested in promoting histories of Moose Jaw’s wartime houses

Heritage committee interested in promoting histories of Moose Jaw’s wartime houses

Moose Jaw is well-known for its historic murals and downtown buildings, but it also has hundreds of homes constructed during the World Wars that possess unique stories.
Moose Jaw businesses team up with police to address theft of shopping carts

Moose Jaw businesses team up with police to address theft of shopping carts

Since shopping carts become stolen property after people remove them from a store’s property, the police service's strategic services unit has created a new initiative to deter people from taking the merchandise carriers.