Two semis collided in the westbound lanes of Highway #1, about 30 kilometres west of Swift Current on Aug. 21, 2012. The westbound lanes were closed for over three hours and the RCMP diverted traffic onto a grid road. There were no injuries. One of the semi drivers was charged under the Traffic Safety Act for driving without due care and attention.



Vintage Wings of Canada pilots Todd Lemieux and Gord Simmons arrived at Swift Current airport on June 7 with Vintage Wings of Canada's "Yellow Wings" Boeing Stearman biplane en route to Calgary.

Lemieux is flying along in his own plane, a North American T-28 Trojan. They will be in Swift Current over the weekend to allow people to visit the World War Two era biplane, one of only a few remaining examples of the 300 original aircraft that were purchased and employed in Alberta in 1942.

Members of the public can enjoy a ride in this historic airplane at a cost of $125 for Vintage Wings of Canada membership and a $250 sponsorship to cover fuel and maintenance cost. The South West Flying Club is also hosting a Wings and Wheels Day on Saturday, June 9, that will start at 8:30 a.m. with a pancake breakfast.

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