Matthew Liebenberg

Matthew Liebenberg

Reporter/Photographer

Friday, 02 February 2018 09:35

Titans wrestling tournament keeps on growing

The annual wrestling tournament hosted by the Swift Current Titans Wrestling Club continues to grow and the 2018 event was the largest ever.

Swimmers from across the province participated in a swim meet hosted by Special Olympics Swift Current at the Aquatic Centre, Jan. 28.

Swift Current Fire Department Deputy Fire Chief Pete L'Heureux is a recipient of the federal government's 20 year Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal.

A teacher with strong roots in the community will represent the Saskatchewan NDP in an upcoming by-election in Swift Current.

Storm chaser and photographer Ryan Wunsch has many fond memories of Canada's 150 year anniversary.

Swift Current’s Lyric Theatre is benefitting from the recent success of a historical musical drama about the Cypress Hills.

Thursday, 01 February 2018 10:02

Swift Current Kiwanis helping out

The Kiwanis Club of Swift Current is sponsoring free swim month at the Aquatic Centre for the month of February.

Swimmers from across the province participated in a swim meet hosted by Special Olympics Swift Current at the Aquatic Centre, Jan. 28. This was the first swim meet of the season and it provided a good opportunity for swimmers to see the benefits of their training. Swimmers from Humboldt, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Regina and Saskatoon attended the event. Eleven swimmers from Swift Current competed at the event and two swimmers (Issac Kitchen and Anu Ragib) participated in their first competition. A number of them improved on their seed times in different events.

 

A celebration of Scottish culture took place at the annual Robbie Burns Night in Swift Current, Jan, 27. The event at the Legion Hall was presented by the Swift Current Green Braes Pipes & Drums. People enjoyed haggis, a traditional Scottish dish, with their meal. John Leyshon made the address to the haggis before the start of the meal. During the evening there was a performance by the Green Braes Pipes & Drums as well as highland dances by students from The Dance Studio.

 

 
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