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By John R. Statton — This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The City has officially called an end to flood preparation measures in Swift Current.

Prairie Post
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SaskEnergy has signed a three-year, $75,000 agreement with the T.rex Discovery Centre in southwest Saskatchewan near Eastend to support the operations and further development of educational programs. 

Swift Current
With the warm summer weather upon us the City of Swift Current Recreation & Parks Department would like to announce that the park washrooms will be open for the long weekend of May.

The finalists for the fifth annual Saskatchewan Municipal Awards program have been announced with the awards being handed later May 13 and the Village of Hazlet is up for two of the five categories.

Swift Current

The City of Swift Current today announced that there was an overwhelming response from the public to acquire free sandbags that were inventoried at the Rec Centre.

Thursday, 05 May 2011 08:38

Feds to help Sask. with flood costs

By John R. Statton — This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Saskatchewan flood relief efforts will benefit from communication between two political pen pals.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011 14:29

More volunteers needed for sandbag duties

The City of Swift Current would like to thank all the volunteers who have been helping with flood relief efforts over past few days. 

Saskatchewan Environment

Four communities and three landowners in the Cypress Hills area were recently approved for assistance under the Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program.

Saskatchewan Environment

The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority and Ministry of Health warn that heightened risk of flooding in many parts of the province this spring may pose a threat to private water wells and cisterns used for drinking water sources. Residents who consume water from private supplies are being urged to be alert for signs of flooding which may result in contamination of their water.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011 10:09

City calls for more sandbaggers

The City of Swift Current would like to thank all the volunteers who have been helping with flood relief efforts.

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