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The sixth and final book in an action adventure series by Saskatchewan author Madelon Smid will be launched worldwide on Nov. 3.

The Saskatchewan Abilities Council announced a significant rebranding to reflect the organization's focus on inclusion, equality and community.

The Write Out Loud 2017-2018 Season continues on Wednesday, November 8 featuring retired Saskatoon City Police Officer Ernie Louttit.

It’s an out-of-this-world original sci-fi musical adventure in the Missoula Children’s Theatre’s adaptation of Gulliver’s Travels.

The City of Swift Current will ask the Saskatchewan Municipal Board (SMB) to re-establish the current debt limit while over $7.3 million will have to be borrowed to finance various infrastructure investments in the 2017 budget.

The Swift Current Museum is pleased to invite members of the public to participate in the unveiling of the 2017 veterans banners.

Monday, 23 October 2017 04:43

Both Ardens and Colts off to soccer provincials

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Lots of soccer action in the southwest! Congrats to both the Swift Current Ardens and Colts who captured the Moose Jaw Soccer league titles. 

All five Saskatchewan Party leadership candidates emphasized the need to continue Brad Wall's legacy at their first debate in Swift Current, Oct. 19.

Carla Beck, the Saskatchewan NDP's deputy house leader and MLA for Regina Lakeview, believes the opportunity for political change in Saskatchewan has increased since the 2016 provincial election.

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