Profile of Justin Crann

Justin Crann is a news reporter for the Moose Jaw Times-Herald. You can follow him on Twitter @J_Crann.

All articles of Justin Crann

  • A fond farewell

    It was the morning of Oct. 12, 2013 and I was only a few months removed from graduating journalism school. I had spent some time working as ...

  • Charges forthcoming in semi, train collision

    The collision between a the two vehicles flipped the semi, obstructing traffic for several hours, causing upwards of an estimated $80,000 in ...

  • Ding in the message: don't drink and drive

    That was the prevailing message for the program's announcement on Wednesday at Moose Jaw's City Complex, where community officials including ...

  • Recycled materials spur renewal for Moose Jaw artist

    Now several years in the making, the showcase has become something much more. "I started off wanting to build a hot rod and I bought myself a ...

  • The Soapbox: Attention city council: heed Matt Noble's words

    The report, part of this week's public city council package and something that will be the topic of discussion at Monday's regular meeting of ...

  • Higgins praises Moose Jaw's progressiveness in San Diego

    As the only female mayor from Canada to attend, Higgins represented a host of women from across the country and was afforded an opportunity to ...

  • Heading west

    Now, Dale is taking himself and his band – Johnny 2 Fingers and the Deformities – on a two-week tour of British Columbia, with two stops in ...

  • Kids are 'never alone' with holiday blues

    “It’s a stressful time for everybody. For kids, there are all of the ordinary issues like bullying – and those sorts of issues don’t take a ...

  • Into the frying pan

    Radigk was one of almost 20 Saskatchewan Polytechnic public relations students to lose the textbooks Tuesday morning. The students were split ...

  • A conflict of interests

    "I'm very happy with our performance," he told the Times-Herald on Tuesday, singling out the push to include gender identity in the province's ...