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

  • 15 Wing shows rare flight formation

    Sixteen CT-156 Harvard II aircraft and three CT-155 Hawk aircrafts participated in a rare flight formation at 15 Wing Moose Jaw. All military ...

  • Inspirational channels discovered at Festival of Words

    “My favourite part is showcasing or introducing something new and there’s always a little bit of excitement and anxiety when you introduce ...

  • Inking shapes and curves in comics

    “I’m very messy as I draw and that’s fine,” she said as she formed a curve. “Some artists are very neat and that’s fine too.” Hicks, a graphic ...

  • Festival of Words kicks off

    "Individual ticket sales are up," said the executive director of the Saskatchewan Festival of Words. "People find it charming." The 18th annual ...

  • Smart meter fires raise concern

    “We have a kid and we live in a basement,” she said. “If it causes a fire, that would be a problem.” Moffatt, a resident of Moose Jaw, added that ...

  • A ‘never ending’ issue with water mains

    While those numbers are estimated, what is real is that the city has currently dedicated $2.2 million per year over the next five years for cast ...

  • Three items, but only one tabled change

    At Monday’s council meeting, Coun. Brian Swanson requested a revote on the items considered at the meeting — the draft property maintenance and ...

  • Singin’ and dancin’ in the rain at RuBarb

    Jay T. Schramek was blown away when he met and tap-danced on stage with Donald O’Connor, who played Cosmo in Singin’ in the Rain 1952 film. “It’s ...

  • Raising the debt limit ceiling

    At Monday’s meeting, councillors passed a motion to request an established debt limit of $95 million for the city. The current debt limit for the ...

  • City looking to raise its debt limit

    Councillors passed a motion to request an established debt limit of $95 million for the city. The current debt limit for the city is $63 million ...