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

  • Lisa's Corner: Changes aren’t all scary

    OK, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but you get the idea. When something new presents itself, or a change comes about, our assumption ...

  • Banded for life

    That’s the maximum amount of time it takes for anyone to band and grease an Elm or Maple tree. “It’s that time of the year where the cankerworms ...

  • A place to think, a place to feed

    “Some of the origin of the images are from the Prairies and some are from the mountains in Alberta. Some are from India where I spent part of the ...

  • Connecting to break the suicide stigma

    “Worldwide we’re trying to shift that perception that it’s criminal, that’s you’ve committed a crime. It’s a tragedy, but it’s not to colour that ...

  • Wet summer, wet fall

    By the middle of next week, temperatures will return to close to +20 again. This up-and-down trend is likely to continue for the next three ...

  • Seeing clearly and planning together

    “We’ll bring together leaders of selected topics and interested citizens,” said Laura Hart, Vision 2020 co-ordinator. “Our hope is to develop ...

  • Parental support for preschool pays off

    The clinic, located at 1333 Caribou St. W., closed its doors on July 31, 2013. Balaberda is the director of Child’s View Montessori Center Inc., ...

  • Ensō: a symbolism of spheres

    After leaving her position as a curatorial assistant the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery, she had more time to play around with her art. Then ...

  • Turning back time at SCRAPS high teas

    The Stray Cat Rescue and Protection Society (SCRAPS) is putting on a series of four high teas at Grant Hall on Sept. 13, Oct. 18, Nov. 15 and ...

  • Lisa's Corner: Wanting, needing and creating change

    We see them on TV or in the movies or on the Internet and marvel at their jazz and style. Our heads seem programmed to turn whenever a sports car ...