The provincial government's allocation of additional mid-year school funding to Saskatchewan school divisions will help the Chinook School Division to deal with a deficit during the current financial year.

Thursday, 22 February 2018 06:11

City council votes to increase electrical rates

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Swift Current residents and business will be paying more for electricity in March as a result of an electricity rate adjustment by SaskPower that will be passed on by the City of Swift Current’s Light & Power.

A new fire protection agreement between three local authorities will allow the Swift Current Fire Department to provide support to the Stewart Valley Fire Department to fight structural fires.

Thursday, 22 February 2018 06:06

Holy Trinity will have new superintendent for 2018-19

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Holy Trinity Catholic Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Sean Chase to the position of Director of Education/CEO effective August 1, 2018.

When Calgary-based Dr. Jay Zelazo is not working at his day job as a radiologist, he can often be found behind the wheel, racing around one of the many motorsport tracks in North America.

More than 50 employees at the Spitz (PepsiCo Frito Lay) facility south of Bow Island in the County of Forty Mile, were given notice last Thursday morning that they would be getting laid off when the plant closes, and operations moved to the United States later this year.

Thursday, 22 February 2018 05:54

Nominees for Leaders of Tomorrow due Feb. 28

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Do you know an outstanding youth in your community? Help celebrate and empower youth volunteers at Volunteer Lethbridge’s Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Awards Gala during National Volunteer Week, on Wednesday April 18th. 

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