Profile of Lisa Goudy

Lisa Goudy is a news reporter with the Moose Jaw Times-Herald and is also the city hall reporter. Follow her on Twitter @lisagoudy.

All articles of Lisa Goudy

  • Being discovered down in L.A.

    Heidi Branning, 14, Marlee Wutke, 14 and Maria Rigetti, 13, attended the Be Discovered Superstar Dance intensive for two weeks this summer. They ...

  • Vintage cars are a trip back in time

    "It just kind of suits our style of life," he said. "I think we've all just pretty much grown up with old cars and like working on them and ...

  • A mural of memory

    MacDonald, née Hodgins, played for about 15 years with the 15-player team that went through three name changes - the Royals (1935-1939), Eilers' ...

  • Learning about all things murals

    Tourism Moose Jaw is holding its first annual fundraising event, All Things Murals, which include three tours of some of the city's downtown ...

  • Stepping into her first classroom

    “I’m excited. I think it’s going to be super fun,” she said. “I was nervous to start because being in a new school and a new city, I was kind of ...

  • SaskEnergy telemarketing scam circulating in Sask.

    "We would never, ever phone a customer and ask for a bank account or credit card information over the phone or anything like that," said Casey ...

  • Ten years later: Remembering Hurricane Katrina

    Even if your answer is no, you'll probably remember seeing images, watching video footage and reading all of the tragic stories that accompanied ...

  • From a summer gig to owning the dealership

    "I wasn't sure if it was just going to be a job for the summer and then go back to school or what it was going to be and I was fairly successful ...

  • Six decades since Moose Jaw Arena fire

    "He used to tell me how they used to sneak in under the seats. There was a hole in the wall or something. They used sneak in there, curl under ...

  • Recreating a lost pin

    "I received a crest pretty much an achievement of me becoming disabled and still moving ... It was the city coat of arms," said England, who was ...