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

  • Eliciting fear

    "In the more mythical sense, I'm really scared by zombies and I know they're everywhere right now. They're kind of the monster du jour," he said ...

  • Tremendous times at San Diego Comic-Con

    It had been a long night. Having lined up for hours and having had two or three hours of sleep near the harbor on hard grass covered in burrs, I ...

  • Learning to code

    "It's really hard to find anything that's just like, 'Yeah, here it is. This is how you can program' because it's very complex," he said. "But ...

  • Lisa's Corner: When nerds unite at Comic-Con

    But I said almost. In reality, the four days we spent at the convention were magical and thrilling. Despite fatigue, sore feet and having spent ...

  • Local to star in Louis Riel play

    "Usually I'm pretty good for knowing stuff and getting it all memorized," he said. "We'll see. I'm excited about it." McKnight, a local man who ...

  • No recession in sight for Moose Jaw yet

    “We haven’t felt an impact as of yet. Things still seem to be moving along. So I think what we’re going to have to do is wait a little while and ...

  • Replacing to then rebuild

    "It's not, I don't think, a good use of your resources if we pave roads when we know that the infrastructure underground is crumbling," said ...

  • Addressing a dangerous intersection

    That intersection is Main Street North and Thatcher Drive. It is the source of the most accidents in the City of Moose Jaw. “This intersection ...

  • Addressing a deadly intersection

    That intersection is Main Street North and Thatcher Drive. It is the source of the most accidents in the City of Moose Jaw. “This intersection ...

  • Back to First Avenue for Crescent View Clinic

    After undergoing renovations to the building that began in April after the Five Hills Health Region (FHHR) purchased the building for $1.8 ...