Swift Current News

A water main break at North Railway Street and 14th Avenue Northeast that occurred during the evening of Saturday, December 14 has been repaired.

The Law Society of Saskatchewan, at its November Convocation, elected Miguel Martinez as President and Swift Current's Robert Heinrichs as Vice President for the upcoming 2014 year.

Swift Current’s five outdoor rinks open for regular operation on Friday, December 13.

The City of Swift Current wants to involve the local business community in the identification of priorities for future economic growth and prosperity.

Residents of southwest Saskatchewan who are living with kidney disease are now able to receive their treatments much closer to home.

The bells are still ringing at kettles around Swift Current and the Salvation Army is hoping for ongoing support from the community until Christmas Eve.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 14:26

Swift Current child wins nation Name the Foal contest

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Six RCMP foals have names thanks to the creativity of six young entrants who submitted their suggestions to the "RCMP Name the Foal" contest.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 08:51

Controlled burn planned at Swift Current landfill

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The City of Swift Current Environmental Services Department will be performing a controlled burn of the clean wood pile at the East Landfill this week, weather permitting.

Friday, 06 December 2013 08:44

Swift Current's Aquatic Centre will re-open Dec. 7

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The Aquatic Centre in Swift Current will re-open Saturday, December 7 at 1 p.m. for regularly scheduled programming.

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