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

  • ‘Warmer and drier conditions’ expected this winter

    “The forecast that’s available from the people that look at El Niño do suggest that there’s a greater than 90 per cent chance that El Niño will ...

  • Robb Nash to inspire students in Moose Jaw

    “Their attention was completely on him because it’s very moving. It’s very inspiring,” said Ferguson, who was at his event in October 2014. Nash ...

  • Sask Polytech receives prestigious recognition

    But it's especially helpful when someone in the field recognizes that also. The Project Management Institute (PMI) recently vetted the Applied ...

  • Man performs 'indecent act' at public library

    "A young fellow there exposed himself to some people at the library," said Sgt. Cliff Froehlich. "So we're just following up on that and ...

  • Delivering food to those in need

    “On average, (the food bank) probably gets between 10 and 20 families coming in there every day. So that grocery bag pretty much fills two ...

  • From garden to market

    The couple has been coming to the Moose Jaw farmers’ market for more than a decade. The market this year is located at a new spot on Langdon ...

  • Biking to end MS

    She was diagnosed with MS in 1987. It started with numb fingers, but that numbness spread to her arm within a month, making it difficult to hold ...

  • MS Bike tour sets off in Wakamow

    "We have a great turnout," said Sierra Thompson, manager of development for southern Saskatchewan for the MS Society. "We just gained a lot of ...

  • MJPS take advantage of Twitter-verse

    "It certainly helps," said Police Chief Rick Bourassa. "I think it's allowed us to be a little more effective and a little more collaborative and ...

  • A finale of fun

    On Friday, the city's parks and recreation department held the grand finale for the summer program. "There are lots of children, new faces and ...