A year ago in the Times-Herald, seniors' birthdays, job listings, police and fire calls for May 8.
A year ago in the Times-Herald
Hope springs eternal at the start of a new baseball season. In Tuesday’s Saskatchewan Premier Baseball League AAA season opener, the Moose Jaw Devons and Regina Wolfpack looked a lot like they did last season. – May 8, 2013
Thomas Mayson of Providence Place turns 92 years old.
Here is a sample of jobs listed on Saskjobs through the Moose Jaw Career and Employment Service:
5293377 – food counter attendant
5302277 – clerk/cashier
5357498 – parking lot attendant
More information can be found at Saskjobs.ca or by calling 1-877-727-5306.
The Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to three calls for service between 7 a.m. Wednesday and 7 a.m. Thursday, including a garbage fire on the 800 block of Macdonald Street.
Fire crews also responded to two accidents, one of which involved a vehicle and a pedestrian on the 1100 block of Coteau Street West. The other accident involved a vehicle and a tree at the intersection of Ninth Avenue Northeast and Manitoba Expressway.
The Moose Jaw Police Service responded to 57 calls for service between 7 a.m. Wednesday and 7 a.m. Thursday, including seven 911 calls, two cases of mischief, one dog attack that produced no injuries, one disturbance, one break and enter, two thefts still under investigation, two hit and runs causing an estimated $2,000 in damage and two drivers were charged with impaired driving.
Police also responded to a youth male that was assaulted and was left with facial and dental injuries on the 1600 block of Bingham Road. The matter is still under investigation.
Police charged an adult male for possession of narcotics and a breach of his court order on the 400 block of Third Avenue Northeast. He will appear in court at a later date.
There were two collisions police attended to, one of which occurred on the 1100 block of Coteau Street West involving a vehicle and a pedestrian. The pedestrian received minor injuries, was taken to hospital and later released. Damage was estimated at $2,000 and the incident remains under investigation.
The other collision occurred around 5 a.m. when a vehicle hit a tree. The driver sustained minor injuries, but damage was estimated at $80,000.