Blue-collar workers in rural Alberta have a tougher time getting back on their feet from injuries than their urban counterparts, University of Alberta researchers have found.

The City of Swift Current has renewed the transit contract with SaskAbilities to operate the access and public transit services in the community. Councillors approved a new one-year contract agreement with the Swift Current branch of SaskAbilities at a regular council meeting, Nov. 6.

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Chinook elects new board chairman

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Dr. Shane Andrus was elected as the new board chair at the Chinook School Division's annual organizational meeting, Nov. 6.

There has been a small decrease in the number of students registered for home-based education in the Chinook School Division.

Walking into the Crossroads Riding Arena in Oyen on Dec. 1-2 will be a journey into the past for visitors to the "One Night in Bethlehem"  interactive event.

As the winter sets in and the rolling hills that is the Rocky Mountains become snow covered scenery, the Galt museum is hosting an innovative art project for the community to come out and enjoy.

The efforts of Swift Current resident Bula Ghosh to promote the principles of multiculturalism has been recognized with a national medal for volunteers.

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