WW Smith Travel and Insurance kicked off their year-long centennial celebration last week, with a ‘Fun in the Sun’ event that brought out Mayor Jerrod Schafer, Executive Director of the Swift Current United Way Darla Lindbjerg, and many other excited patrons and supporters.

Published in Swift Current News

 is celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2013, and the Southwest Literacy Committee has teamed up with the Family Resource Centre to offer 15 Minutes of Fun events in honor of this milestone.

Published in Swift Current News
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 09:29

Redneck Betties ready to hit the oval

After a bit of a break for the holidays, Swift Current's Redneck Betties are back in action. The team is already gearing up for a busy season of roller derby, and have already started scheduling some away games for the spring.

Published in Swift Current News

February is Heart Month, and an event is planned to kick off the month-long focus on the fight against the disease that claims a Canadian life every 7 minutes, and for which 9 in 10 Saskatchewan people have at least one major risk factor.

Published in Service Clubs

The provincial director of the Canadian Red Cross highlighted the activities of this humanitarian organization in Saskatchewan and across the world during a recent visit to Swift Current Jan. 9-10.

Published in SW Sask News
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 08:39

Blenders brings Miles to Lyric stage

One of Canada’s most accomplished singer/songwriters, Lynn Miles will perform at the Lyric Theatre Jan. 27, as part of the Blenders music series.

Published in Music

Art Gallery of Swift Current’s current exhibition opened Jan. 12, and presents a dialogue of energy through both clay pieces and photographs.

Published in Arts

Two almost simultaneous complaints about vehicle thefts, a police cruiser skidding off an icy road while responding to one of the calls and pursuing a suspect through a cemetery were all part of an eventful start to a weekend for officers from the Swift Current City RCMP.

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A 16-year-old male youth from the Maple Creek district made his first court appearance in Swift Current on Jan. 14 after his arrest four days earlier as a result of an Amber Alert.

Published in SW Sask News
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