Swift Current News

More details about the vision for an integrated facility in Swift Current were presented during an information session at the Credit Union iplex Dec. 6.

An American hunter pleaded guilty to four charges under the Saskatchewan Wildlife Act and Regulations and was fined $7,139 in provincial court in Swift Current.

The City of Swift Current will implement a 4.9 per cent electrical rate increase in the New Year in accordance with a similar increase by SaskPower.

Swift Current Mayor Jerrod Schafer has been elected Vice-Chair of the Saskatchewan City Mayors Caucus (CMC).

Thursday, 06 December 2012 08:58

Car shoppers on the prowl in Swift Current

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While Christmas shoppers in Swift Current are looking for the perfect gift for their loved ones, some individuals prefer to do their shopping by stealing items from vehicles.

Fire safety at home should always be a priority, but it becomes even more important at Christmas when families get together to share the festive spirit.

Tis’ the season to work miracles! And by donating blood people are helping to create a miracle for a hospital patient.

Thursday, 06 December 2012 08:44

Maverick acknowledges White Ribbon Campaign

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For the past 15 years, Maverick School in Swift Current has been working to end men’s violence against women by participating in the annual White Ribbon Campaign.

Two 26-year-old men received lengthy jail sentences in a Swift Current court room for their involvement in what the Crown has described as the largest drug trafficking case in Saskatchewan's history.

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