Swift Current News

On October 14,  Swift Current Municipal  RCMP received a complaint that a male youth had brought a firearm to a school in the Chinook School Division in Swift Current.

The City of Swift Current wishes to advise residents that, beginning today Wednesday October 18, 2017, for one week ending Wednesday, October 25, 2017, all tree branch and storm debris related to yesterday’s wind storm will be eligible for free disposal at the City landfill. The landfill is open from Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Forever…in motion is an initiative that helps older adults become physically active through volunteer led physical activity groups. Forever…in motion was developed by the Saskatoon Health Region and provincially implemented by the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association and is now offered here in Swift Current!

The history of the Métis in southwest Saskatchewan is the focus of a new video in the Swift Current Museum’s ongoing documentary series Stories of the Great Southwest.

An economic impact study by Tourism Saskatchewan highlights the significant economic and tourism benefit of the Windscape Kite Festival and the associated Long Day’s Night music festival for Swift Current.

The fundraising by a martial arts school in Swift Current to support international efforts to end human trafficking has been recognized with an award.

Saturday, 14 October 2017 05:16

Swift Current SPCA needs new members and volunteers

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The Swift Current SPCA has operated largely on volunteer labour since the early 1970’s and has helped thousands of pets find their way home or find new homes during that time.

The Sputtergotch Toy Company announces today the Grand Opening of their new Webstore, which has now gone live at www.sputtergotchtoys.com.

Thursday, 12 October 2017 15:40

Highway lighting project complete in Swift Current

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The Province of Saskatchewan, along with the City of Swift Current, would like to announce that their jointly-funded Highway Lighting Project has been completed. The lighting is aimed at improving safety on the Trans-Canada Highway through the community.

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