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Adminstrator with the community of Burstall are wanting residents of the town and surrounding area to come out to pay homage to Queen Elizabeth.

The Cypress Health Region is preparing for the transition to the new 225-bed long-term care facility in Swift Current.

The official name of the new 225-bed long-term care facility in Swift Current will be The Meadows.

The trusty 1998 Toyota 4Runner of veterinarian Dr. Sylvia Wiebe is rapidly approaching the one-million kilometre mark, when she is planning to retire the vehicle.

Swift Current resident Stuart Andrews spoke about the challenges of living with a disability during a lunch meeting of the Daughters of the Nile Aurora Club No. 5 in Swift Current  April 13.

Long-time Swift Current resident Anthea Loran’s contribution to the community will be recognized on April 26 when she receives the 2015 Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal.

Two Swift Current residents have been recognized for their dedication to Special Olympics.

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