Now that we have some colder weather, the idea of getting out on the ice to do some ice fishing seems a bit more popular.
The City of Swift Current Assessment Department began distributing property revaluation notices last week for delivery to Swift Current property owners this week. Revaluation occurs every four years, as legislated by the Provincial Government, to update residential and commercial property values to align with current market values.
The support from the community in the Swift Current area made it possible for the Salvation Army in the city to raise a record amount during its annual Christmas campaign.
For almost 32 years, the Classroom Agriculture Program (CAP) has been educating Grade 4 students about where their food comes from and the importance of agriculture.
Safe and caring learning environments don’t only apply to the classroom. A recent Palliser Regional Schools’ capital project at Coalhurst Elementary School should provide a level of comfort and safety for both students and neighbours.
Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) trustees agreed to restrict some reserve money to help cover the costs associated with future curricula updates or changes.