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Shipping containers, commonly known as sea cans, can no longer be used as a building or structure in the City of Swift Current unless they are in an industrial district.

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After nearly three years of negotiations, Swift Current firefighters finally have a new contract.

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Most people may think fighting fires is the key job of firefighters, but Swift Current’s department has a bigger problem than that.

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Mayor Jerrod Schafer believes July 27 will be one of the most important nights of his first term as Swift Current’s mayor.

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It appears The Lyric Theatre will have more members. Swift Current City Councillor Gord Budd challenged his fellow councillors to buy a membership in the community at the July 11 City Council Meeting.

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As much as Marty Salberg would like to get his pilot’s licence, he joked that there would need to be more safety standards for that to occur.

Wednesday, 13 July 2011 16:07

City purchases new flatbed truck

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The City of Swift Current will purchase the chassis and cab for its new flat deck/picker truck from LR Truck Centre.

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