Swift Current News

Should Swift Current library users have the opportunity to read a book that was banned 95 years ago from the local library? Swift Current residents will be able to share their opinions on this matter during the 2018 Freedom to Read event at the Swift Current Branch Library, Feb. 28.

The City of Swift Current has renewed the contract for the operation of the multi-material recycle depot with SaskAbilities.

Thursday, 22 February 2018 06:11

City council votes to increase electrical rates

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Swift Current residents and business will be paying more for electricity in March as a result of an electricity rate adjustment by SaskPower that will be passed on by the City of Swift Current’s Light & Power.

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 13:46

Swift Current RCMP calls Feb. 16-19

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The following is a synopsis of calls for service by the Swift Current RCMP for the dates indicated:

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 11:21

Three thefts featured in Swift Current Crimestoppers

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Swift Current RCMP are looking for assistance in three cases for Crimestoppers:

Swift Current resident and small business owner Maria Lewans is the Saskatchewan Green Party candidate in the March 1 by-election in Swift Current.

Stefan Rumpel, the Saskatchewan NDP candidate in the Swift Current by-election, wants to be a strong local voice for the community and he is eager to meet voters during his campaign.

Aidan Roy, the candidate for the Saskatchewan Liberal Party in the upcoming March 1 by-election in Swift Current, believes it is time to bring back the voice of moderate voters in provincial politics.

Scientists at the agricultural research station at Swift Current have been conducting research about farming practices in the semi-arid prairie region for almost 100 years.

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