With one trade door set to open for Canadian beef producers another is quickly shutting as the precarious nature of what constitutes free trade becomes apparent.
The City of Swift Current will receive more money to cover the costs of detaining a larger number of provincial prisoners at the municipal cellblock.
On Nov. 9, at Pharmasave’s Gathering Room in Swift Current, area residents will have the opportunity to meet and talk with professionals who know a thing or two about factors surrounding diabetes.
The Government of Saskatchewan has allocated more than $390,000 through the Saskatchewan Community Literacy Fund (SCLF) to fourteen community-based organizations to provide family, adult or workplace literacy programs to address identified community literacy needs that have not been met through other programs.
The Great Plains College SunDogs players knew they were going to face some tough competition at the South vs. West Tournament in Swift Current Nov. 1-2.
An accident this morning on Lac Pelletier Trail has resulted in the death of a Ponteix teenager.