The City of Swift Current will be running a 14-week ladies’ free fitness program – groovin’ in the park – during the months of May through August, held at Elmwood Park, to promote the physical, emotional and social benefits related to health, fitness and physical activity while enjoying the outdoors. 

Officials with the Big Country Agricultural Society are hoping their new non-sanctioned Roughstock Rodeo will prove popular enough to become an annual event. The rodeo takes place April 19 starting at 7 p.m.

Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield presented medals during a ceremony at Government House today to recognize volunteers from Prince Albert, Moosomin, Regina, and Saskatoon. Also included is Swift Current'sBetty McDougall.

Please be advised that under the guidance of Dr. David Torr, Consulting Medical Health Officer, the Palliser Regional Care Centre (PRCC) in Swift Current has been placed under outbreak status.


Board of trustees for Grasslands Regional Division No. 6 have submitted their most recent capital wish list to Alberta Education including five projects totalling about $51.8 million. The capital plan was approved at the March regular meeting.

The Community of Carmangay is changing the way children play. Village residents have realized they are in need of a new playground as the current one is in rough shape.

Saskatchewan’s tourism sector honoured businesses and individuals at the 25th annual Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence Gala, which was celebrated in Saskatoon on April 10 at TCU Place.

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