SW Sask News

May 28 to June 3 has been declared Victims and Survivors of Crime Week in Saskatchewan, coinciding with the national victims week of the same name.  The theme for this year is “Empowering Resilience.”

The Cypress Hills Destination Area and the Maple Creek Main Street Program is pleased to announce that formal notification has been received from Heritage Saskatchewan that the Rex Café Buildings at 130 & 132 Jasper Street in Maple Creek (now the Daily Grind & Mountain Soul/Cara Lou's Vintage) have been selected to receive a Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Heritage Award for Architectural Rehabilitation.

Please be advised that a temporary disruption to emergency outpatient services has been implemented at the Herbert and District Integrated Health Facility effective from now until Tuesday, May 30 at 7 p.m.

The Chinook School Division is implementing an initiative to increase student engagement and improve the high school learning experience for students.

The ongoing efforts of a Swift Current resident to preserve and promote Métis history in southwest Saskatchewan will be recognized by a new award.

The new Chinook School Division trustee for Subdivision 4 wants to be a voice for her region to keep them informed about education issues.

The Cypress Health Region is moving forward with improvements and renovations at the Western Senior Citizens Home. 

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