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Putting down the phone, buckling up and driving safe and sober could earn teen drivers some serious “street cred” with a chance to win a $250 VISA gift card during National Teen Driver Safety Week (Oct.15-21).
 

The Canadian Cowboys Association is bringing the Canadian Finals Rodeo back to Swift Current on October 18-21, 2017 at the Credit Union iPlex.

The stories of the ranchers who lived on the land that is now part of the Grasslands National Park have been recorded in a new publication by award-winning prairie writer Thelma Poirier.

Picking up your phone while driving to let your friend know you’re running late? That’s a bad call. It’s illegal, dangerous and may cost you – there might be a police officer watching from a bus or an unmarked vehicle in the next lane, and the fines and penalties are stiff.

Saturday, 30 September 2017 13:50

Riverhurst Ferry celebrates 50 years of operation

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This is a historic year for the Riverhurst Ferry.  Originally commissioned on July 14, 1967, the Riverhurst Ferry recently celebrated 50 years of operation.

The Cypress Health Region is considering a change to the delivery of health care services in Cabri.

The Chinook School Division's maintenance department is still able to deal with incoming work requests, despite some staffing adjustments during the past year as a result of budget limitations.

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