A year ago in the Times-Herald, seniors' birthdays, job listings, police calls and fire calls for Jan. 29.
TODAY FILE JAN. 29, 2014
A year ago in the Times-Herald
The Moose Jaw chapter of the Idle No More movement held its second rally in as many months Monday evening. “Each and every one of us came together here today for the same cause,” said Jeff Cappo of the Lone Creek Drum Group, during a teach-in session held as part of the rally. “(The cause) that we go home tonight to our home fires, that we look after our old ones, our grandfathers.” — Jan. 29, 2013
Ruby Briggs of Providence Place turns 91 Thursday.
Here is a sample of jobs listed on Saskjobs through the Moose Jaw Career and Employment Service.
5335343, delivery driver
5335203, gravel truck driver
5335186, receptionist casual/P-T
More information can be found at saskjobs.ca or by calling 1-877-727-5306.
Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to two service calls between 7 a.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday.
Headquarters station assisted police at the intersection of 10th Avenue and James Street. Headquarters station responded to the 100 block of Fairford Street East for a hazardous materials spill.
Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 41 calls for service between 7 a.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday including reports of suspicious males in the area who were actually with a legitimate landscaping company handing out flyers and business cards. Police also responded to a driving complaint, a harassing calls complaint and an alarm call from a building that was checked and found to be secure.
Police are still investigating a theft of gift cards valued at $700 and a lodging fraud after a hotel guest skipped out on the bill.
Police responded to a two-vehicle collision involving a Loraas Disposal truck and a pickup truck that resulted in no injuries, $15,000 damage, one towed vehicle and one driver charged with failing to yield.