Swift Current News

The City of Swift Current Streets and Roadways Department would like to inform residents that the residential street sweeping program will be in effect Monday May 1, 2017.

Library users, concerned citizens, and book lovers of all ages are celebrating the reversal of provincial funding cuts to Saskatchewan Libraries. Education Minister Don Morgan has announced that library funding will be restored to 2016 levels following widespread protest across the province. 

On Saturday April 22, 42 teams (230 fundraisers) embraced the Rock ‘n’ Bowl theme, dressed as their favorite rock stars and, of course, bowled at the 30th Annual Ability Bowl hosted by the Saskatchewan Abilities Council. This year’s event raised an astounding $70,696.87! 

The City of Swift Current’s Infrastructure & Operations Division wishes to advise the public and motorists that the installation of overhead lighting along the TransCanada Highway corridor through City boundaries will commence today, Monday, April 24. 

Swift Current's volleyball club program showed why it's one of the best in the province over the weekend.

The City of Swift Current wishes to advise residents and motorists that, beginning Monday, April 24, 2017, Chaplin Street East from 1st Avenue Northeast to Central Avenue North will be closed to motor vehicle traffic.

Swift Current Christian Tae Kwon Do will host its annual Breaking Boards, Breaking Chains fundraiser for International Justice Mission on Saturday, April 22, from 12:30-2:30 p.m. in the gym of the Church of the Open Bible (290 19th Avenue NE, Swift Current). 

Debate activities within the Swift Current Comprehensive High School (SCCHS) Business Club only started a year ago, but students have already achieved success on the provincial stage.

The Swift Current Branch Library provided a variety of programs and services to promote life-long learning during 2016 and the number of in-person visits continued to grow.

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