A year ago in the Times-Herald, job listings, police calls and fire calls for the past 24 hours.
TODAY FILE Jan. 17, 2014
A year ago in the Times-Herald
Prior to signing a contract with budding Canadian modeling agency Numa in August, 16-year-old Justine Farago hadn’t considered doing modeling. “It’s been really amazing,” said Farago, a student at Peacock Collegiate. She will be competing to win the title of Miss Teen Canada this year. The first competition is the provincial competition, to be held Feb. 24 in Saskatoon. — Jan. 17, 2013
Here is a sample of jobs listed on Saskjobs through the Moose Jaw Career and Employment Service.
5293377, food counter attendant
5328529, farm equipment operator/labourer
5328638, yard staff
More information can be found at saskjobs.ca or by calling 1-877-727-5306.
Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to three service calls between 7 a.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday.
Lillooet station responded to the 1300 block of Vaughan Street to investigative for carbon monoxide, but no readings were detected. Lillooet station also responded to a service call on the 1500 block of Warner Street.
Headquarters and Lillooet Stations responded to the zero block of Fifth Avenue Northwest for a sounding alarm system.
Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 53 calls for service between 7 a.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday including seven vehicles parked in front of a residence, theft of a vacuum from a residence, a minor vehicle collision, two disputes between a landlord and tenant, a child custody dispute, fraud, a suspected impaired driver, erratic driving, a dispute, mischief to a vehicle, taxi fare fraud and two bail violations.
Police are still investigating: a call to assist locating an adult male and two thefts from gas bars on the 1500 block of Ninth Avenue Northeast and the 500 block of First Avenue Northwest.
Police conducted three roadside ASD tests. One driver passed and two 24-hour suspensions were given.
Police responded to a vehicle collision at the intersection of Ninth Avenue Northwest and Athabasca Street West that resulted in $10,000 damage and no charges.