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

  • Hateful online comments are not OK

    Maybe this is because the people who tend to comment on sites are the people who only post negative comments and maybe it’s because people who ...

  • Building permits 2014: Less is more

    From Jan. 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014, the City of Moose Jaw issued 246 permits valued at $127.11 million. In that same time frame in 2013, there ...

  • Keeping heart healthy

    “I probably would’ve had a stroke if it hadn’t been for getting up and getting moving and watching what you eat and all that kind of stuff,” she ...

  • Updated: What to know about water pipes

    “It just happens,” said Randy Borsa, acting manager of engineering with the City of Moose Jaw. “Sometimes it’s not under the ground itself. It’s ...

  • More work coming for the underpass

    Most of the work on the first phase of the East Feeder Water Line replacement project has been completed as the underpass opened up at the end of ...

  • A positive business atmosphere

    As indicated in the 2014 Moose Jaw and District Chamber of Commerce Economic Outlook Survey, there were 191 new businesses registered in 2012, ...

  • The rules surrounding snow route parking bans

    “When a snowfall event does occur and we’re going to call a plow, what we do is we issue a public service announcement,” said Marlin Stusek, ...

  • Nominations needed

    “It’s slow right now,” said Brian Martynook, CEO of the Moose Jaw and District Chamber of Commerce. “We’re still looking for more nominations to ...

  • Full story: Sask. SPCA will not renew enforcement contract

    As announced on Monday, the current two-year contract with the agriculture ministry expires on March 31 and the Saskatchewan SPCA has decided not ...

  • A family business through and through

    “I was raised here,” he said of the building at 106 Athabasca St. E. “This house was where my mom and dad raised the five kids – four girls and ...