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  • Today file – Aug. 7, 2014

    A year ago in the Times-Herald The classroom in the Moose Jaw Police Service was filled with the sound of ringing sirens, cutting off ...

  • Keep a healthy perspective

    The chances of a pandemic happening here are virtually nonexistent unless Ebola becomes airborne. And even if it did become airborne, it wouldn’t ...

  • From Hiroshima to the World Wide Web

    On Aug. 6, 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. The atomic bomb was equivalent of using 20,000 tons of TNT. Tens of ...

  • Second Hantavirus death since June in Saskatchewan

    The victim, whose name, gender and age has yet to be released, as well as the region the contraction occurred in, marks the second time in the ...

  • Saskatchewan Day a friend to us all

    Some may view Monday’s day off as just another long weekend, but the day holds so much more importance than that. To celebrate the holiday ...

  • Citizens should speak up at city council

    At Monday’s city council meeting, Pilsner addressed Mayor Deb Higgins and the six city councillors about the Phyllis Dewar outdoor pool. Pilsner ...

  • Province not responsible for city's facelift

    It just isn’t that simple. The government chooses what it perceives to be priorities. Sometimes it’s right and sometimes it’s wrong. From those ...

  • Today file – July 28, 2014

    Job listings Here is a sample of jobs listed on Saskjobs through the Moose Jaw Career and Employment Service: 5376857 – construction site ...

  • Flooded fields problematic

    No, a zombie invasion isn’t on the horizon, and no, there aren’t bats swooping down to scare you and your children during the daytime. What ...

  • Police searching for missing man

    The 43-year-old was last seen wearing a sleeveles shirt, shorts and shoes on July 24. As such, the Moose Jaw Police Service is requesting ...