A year ago in the Times-Herald
The Peacock Toilers junior girls’ basketball team started their final game off strong and continued to push the ball up the court with quick momentum. Their quickness and ability to press was enough to hold a 14-point lead at the half-time break and cruised to a 59-38 victory over Vanier. With the win, the Toilers were named the 2013 Moose jaw high school junior girls’ league champions on Thursday evening. “It feels good. We had a good regular season and we finished strong. It is a good way to end it,” said Peacock’s coach Craig McDougall. – March 8, 2013
Here is a sample of jobs listed on Saskjobs through the Moose Jaw Career and Employment Service:
5343454 - clerk/cashier
5343118 – tow truck driver
5074554 - executive director
More information can be found at Saskjobs.ca or by calling 1-877-727-5306.
The Moose Jaw Police Service received nine parking complaints, responded to two alarms, executed two warrants and did three curfew checks between 7 a.m. Wednesday and 7 a.m. Thursday.
At 4 a.m. on Thursday, a fatal accident took place near the Trans-Canada Highway and Highway 2 north of Moose Jaw involving a semi trailer and a pedestrian. It is still under investigation.
On the 1100 block of Currie Crescent, an assault occurred at a school. It is still under investigation.
Police responded to a two-vehicle accident at Second Avenue Northwest and Oxford Street West with $600 damage. Police issued one ticket for driving at a speed “greater than reasonable for road conditions.”
A semi truck hit the trestle on the 300 block of Athabasca Street East and got stuck under the bridge. A ticket was issued for not complying with the permit. A semi hit a power pole and blocked traffic on the 700 block of Lillooet Street West. There was $200 damage and police issued one ticket for driving without due care.
Police were notified of a missing 42-year-old women who was located in another city doing well. Police dealt with a hit and run to a building at 50 MacDonald St. W. The suspect vehicle is a silver Avalanche. The building has $300 damage.
Police received a call about a female checking doors on vehicles in the parking lot of the Town ‘n’ Country Mall. Police located her, spoke to her and discovered she had no stolen property on her person.
Police dealt with harassing calls and texts via Whisper App, a cracked windshield with damaged wipers while parked on the lot, a noise complaint regarding snow removal equipment, and police assisted an ambulance with a cardiac arrest.
Police also dealt with a vehicle in the ditch and charged the driver with impaired driving. The driver was held until sober.
Between 7 a.m. Wednesday and 7 a.m. Thursday, the Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to six calls, including two calls to assist EMS, two activated fire alarms, and a service call.
At 4:41 a.m. on Thursday, fire crews responded to Main Street North and the Trans-Canada Highway to assist EMS crews.
The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport will launch for camping reservations at Buffalo Pound on March 11 at 7 a.m. The ministry is asking parks customers to choose one device, either a computer, tablet or smartphone, to access the reservation website.