Matthew Liebenberg

Matthew Liebenberg


The Swift Current and Area Ministerial Association (SCAMA) Refugee Committee continues to provide support to a number of refugee families in the city and the group is preparing to sponsor another family to come to Swift Current.

Swift Current residents had an opportunity to hear from the four candidates in the provincial by-election before going to the polls on March 1.

Should Swift Current library users have the opportunity to read a book that was banned 95 years ago from the local library? Swift Current residents will be able to share their opinions on this matter during the 2018 Freedom to Read event at the Swift Current Branch Library, Feb. 28.

The City of Swift Current has renewed the contract for the operation of the multi-material recycle depot with SaskAbilities.

The Chinook Cyber School continues to provide diverse online learning opportunities for students and enrolment increased during the past school year.

A donation of sensory playroom equipment to the Swift Current and District Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP) is adding a new dimension to the services provided by the organization.

The provincial government's allocation of additional mid-year school funding to Saskatchewan school divisions will help the Chinook School Division to deal with a deficit during the current financial year.

Thursday, 22 February 2018 06:11

City council votes to increase electrical rates

Swift Current residents and business will be paying more for electricity in March as a result of an electricity rate adjustment by SaskPower that will be passed on by the City of Swift Current’s Light & Power.

A new fire protection agreement between three local authorities will allow the Swift Current Fire Department to provide support to the Stewart Valley Fire Department to fight structural fires.

The Swift Current Comprehensive High School Senior Colts basketball team hosted the 6th annual Doug Armstrong Memorial invitational tournament, Feb. 16-17. The Colts remained undefeated to win gold. This was the team's second home tournament of the season, and the Colts won both. Teams from Estevan Humboldt, North Battleford, Warman and Weyburn competed at this tournament. The Colts won the first game 95-48 against the Humboldt Mohawks on Friday afternoon. On Saturday morning the Colts continued their winning ways with a 72-57 victory against the Warman Wolverines. The Colts played their toughest game of the tournament against the Weyburn Eagles on Saturday afternoon. The home team only had a 55-53 lead at half time and fell a few points behind when the game resumed, but the Colts regained a 78-70 lead at the end of the third quarter and kept ahead to win 96-90.


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