A year ago in the Times-Herald, seniors' birthdays, job listings, police and fire calls for March 21.
A year ago in the Times-Herald
Funding for the new Moose Jaw hospital and further exploration into the Valley View Centre alternatives are two key items for Moose Javians in what was promised to be a ‘tight’ provincial budget. The Saskatchewan Party government has earmarked $50 million for the new regional hospital facility in this year’s budget, representing a 62.5 per cent share of the $80 million it has committed to the project. “Government has committed to the price tag. I think (the hospital) is going to be about $100 million in total and that’s going to be an 80-20 split,” finance minister Ken Krawetz told the Times-Herald Wednesday. “We’ve provided, in this budget, $50 million. There will be a further allotment with regards to the next budget.” – March 21, 2013
Hilda Schuette of Providence Place turns 83 years old.
Here is a sample of jobs listed on Saskjobs through the Moose Jaw Career and Employment Service:
5334268 – technician
5339962 – ranch hand
5335876 – retail sales associate
More information can be found at Saskjobs.ca, or by calling 1-877-727-5306.
The Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to two calls for service between 7 a.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday, including both stations assisting EMS and police at the intersection of Caribou Street West and Fifth Avenue at the scene of a two-vehicle collision.
The Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 51 calls for service between 7 a.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday, including five 911 calls, two breached court orders, three noise complaints, one graffiti complaint, recovered a stolen vehicle out of Weyburn and three cases of mischief.
Police also responded to a pair of multi-vehicle accidents. The first involved three vehicles at High Street West and Fifth Avenue, produced one minor injury, one ticket issued for disobeying a stop sign and an estimated $15,000 in damage.
The second accident involved two vehicles at the intersection of Caribou Street West and Fifth Avenue, caused an estimated $20,000 damage, two minor injuries and one driver was charged with failing to obey a red light.
Police also responded to items stolen from two vehicles – Corman Crescent, 900 block of Holdsworth Crescent. – and the theft of over $700 from the 1700 block of Main Street North.
Police are also investigating two hit and runs and one dine and dash.