Swift Current News

Hundreds of Swift Current businesses are about to be judged by a large panel of experts ... namely you the readers.

Swift Current’s Andrea Carol was just on her trip of a lifetime.

For Nicole Spenst, the 19th Annual Spring/Summer City Wide Registration has become an important aspect of the Community Services department’s plan to get everyone in Swift Current as active and consequently as healthy as possible.

Swift Current’s 18-year-old Meghan Chisholm is preparing for the most important swim of her life this summer and last Friday she got a pretty good idea of what to expect.

There were plenty of highlights to reflect on following the Swift Current Agricultural and Exhibition Association (Ag & Ex) annual general meeting Feb. 25.

The City of Swift Current's has released a new three-year strategic plan that includes an ambitious vision to increase the city's population to 25,000 by 2025.

The City of Swift Current outdoor rinks will be closed for the season effective Monday, March 10, due to the end of the budgeted season.

At this evening’s City Council meeting, the week of March 2 – 8, 2014 will be proclaimed Animal Shelter Awareness Week.

The countdown for the 2014 Saskatchewan Country Music Association Awards has officially begun, as the Saskatchewan Country Music Association (SCMA) announced its nominees today. Saskatoon-based group Wyatt leads the way with eight nominations, but Swift Current's Midnight Roses also were nominated.

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