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Tuesday, 19 April 2011 08:47

McCleary-Marleau-Moen foundation retires

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After more than a decade of collaboration Trent McCleary, Patrick Marleau and Travis Moen have retired their long-time foundation that was spawned by their desire to support community initiatives in Swift Current and surrounding area. Their successful partnership raised more than $250,000 over 11 years through the annual McCleary-Marleau-Moen Charity Golf Classic.

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Earl Monkman has heard the complaints about the Friendship Centre’s boxing event over the past few years and he is trying to make it better.

Wednesday, 07 July 2010 09:22

Sundogs need your help

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Swift Current
The Great Plains College Sundogs Athletics Program has secured a spot in the top 200 entries for the Pepsi Canada Refresh Grant Program. Now they need your help to place in the top 2 of the $25,000.00 entries in order to secure a new locker room at their Swift Current campus. You can help by voting online daily between July 1st and August 31st, 2010. Voting can be found at www.refresheverything.ca/gpcsundogs.

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Wednesday, 31 March 2010 11:20

Schoepp shows them how it’s done

Swift Current
She came in to the competition setting the record for most world championship appearances by a skip with 17, and she left as the oldest ever to win it all.


Germany's Andrea Schoepp, 45, last won world gold back in 1988 in Glasgow, Scotland. She pulled out another golden win in Swift Current last week, beating Scotland 8-6 in the extra end.

By Allison Werbowetsky
Swift Current
It looks like it’s all business for most teams competing in this year’s Ford World Women’s Curling Championships, especially while they’re out on the ice. Behind the scenes, however, these curlers are having a blast — dancing, laughing, playing pranks and just enjoying the experience.


By Elizabeth Huber
Swift Current
Coming off the ice on Thursday night, Team Canada was on a high.

Friday, 26 March 2010 11:19

Sharing a Legacy, team Germany

Elizabeth Huber
Swift Current


Playing lead for Germany in the World Championship, Stella Heiss is only seventeen-years-old. The number of years in her life now equal the number of World Championships the team skip, Andrea Schoepp, has competed in.

Friday, 26 March 2010 10:46

PHOTO GALLERY: Fun and Fanfare

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Thursday, 25 March 2010 14:26

Keith’s Patch extremely popular

By Elizabeth Huber
Saskatchewan
The patch in Swift Current is well on its way to meeting, if not beating, what has held distinction for being the best curling party in Canada.

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