Swift Current News

It’s time for the City of Swift Current to update its assessment inventory through revaluation, but it may not mean tax increases for most residents.

Two almost simultaneous complaints about vehicle thefts, a police cruiser skidding off an icy road while responding to one of the calls and pursuing a suspect through a cemetery were all part of an eventful start to a weekend for officers from the Swift Current City RCMP.

Living Sky Casino is gearing up for their third annual powwow, which will take place at the Stockade and Palliser Pavilion in Swift Current on Feb. 16-17.

Councillors approved a temporary sign bylaw with reduced permit fees for portable signs as a result of concerns raised previously by a local sign company.

Swift Current councillors received positive news at their first council meeting for 2013 about the continuing interest shown by developers in City industrial property.

A man from Swift Current is hoping local residents will show support for the Idle No More grassroots movement.
Shayne Dahl, who grew up in Swift Current, is currently studying towards a doctorate in anthropology at the University of Toronto.

The operation of the residential waste removal service in Swift Current is returning to normal after recent disruptions.

Betty McDougall received an unexpected gift on Christmas morning.

The City of Swift Current thanks its residents for their patience with the recent disruption in residential waste removal.

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