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

  • A seasonal winter is coming

    “Last winter was one of the harshest winters we have seen in a long time in the area. In fact, last winter was about four to five degrees below ...

  • No more north side recycling

    At Monday’s meeting, executive committee decided to discontinue the use of the north side bulk recycling bins currently located on the former ...

  • Safety first for ice fishing

    “Right now the ice is around six inches thick at Buffalo Pound,” said Darrell Crabbe, executive director of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation. ...

  • A Christmas greeting from Santa

    “There’s hardly anybody in the Moose Jaw/Regina area that’s on the naughty list and I find that quite remarkable,” said Santa. “That tells me ...

  • Christmas arrives one month early

    Now, as a parent, it’s become a tradition to take her girls to the parade each year. “It’s a good way to bring in the Christmas spirit. We enjoy ...

  • Embracing Christmas at Festival of Trees brunch

    With elaborately decorated trees lining the walls, guests at the Heritage Inn enjoyed their meal as part of the Festival of Trees family brunch ...

  • Romance, class and big hearts at Festival of Trees

    “The thought, the creativity and the dedication that people consistently, year after year, come back to the festival and put their heart and soul ...

  • Calling to Santa through shortwave

    “I talked to Santa,” she said proudly, following her sit down to radio with and speak to Santa Claus on a television at the North Pole on ...

  • A breakfast to remember

    After all, it’s not every day anyone gets a chance to enjoy breakfast with Mrs. Claus. “I think it’s good,” she said. “I like the decorations.” ...

  • Santa Claus is coming to town in parade

    “I would say it’s definitely a great experience. The weather’s supposed to be great, which makes it even better. There are lots of different ...