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

  • Getting involved at RuBarb

    Individuals can donate, leave a legacy donation or gift in memory of a loved one or volunteer to work backstage, organize costumes or sets, ...

  • National recognition for RuBarb

    “There were only five awards presented that evening and RuBarb was one of them,” recalled Sawatzky, artistic director of RuBarb Productions. ...

  • A glimpse into the trades

    “I don’t want to do something boring forever. I want to have lots of options and I don’t want to sit at a desk my whole life,” said Ferner, a ...

  • A late, but average spring

    “Spring’s on the horizon, which is good. It’s a little bit further on the horizon for people in Eastern Canada,” said Dayna Vettese, ...

  • Extending sanitary trunk sewer work

    Prang, who is the City of Moose Jaw’s manager of engineering, presented a report to councillors at Monday’s executive committee meeting with a ...

  • Painting a mural with a plus

    She and her girls – Mackenzie, 8, Whitney, 7, Sidney, 4 and Courtney, 2 – have only missed a few days of watching Froese transform a blank wall ...

  • A prestigious nomination for Grant Hall

    “There’s been a lot of effort put into the business obviously since restoration,” said Froese, general manager of Grant Hall. “But now to be ...

  • Flying through life

    The title, Pilot’s Flying Log Book, was written in capital gold lettering. “It’s a very special book. I really value it,” said Seward, who lives ...

  • Engaging in Nat and downtown dialogue

    The conversation began when Ira Dales, chair of the heritage advisory committee, made a few remarks regarding discussion that took place at the ...

  • Council to be updated on new hospital servicing requirements

    “We don’t want to be the ones that are delaying the new hospital,” said Coun. Brian Swanson, who moved the motion at council Monday night. “We ...