For the new corps officers at the Salvation Army in Swift Current, their appointments represent a return to the province where they started their work as soldiers 31 years ago.
The Art Gallery of Swift Current (AGSC) is currently hosting an international art exhibition that resulted from a collaborative visual art project between the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba, Australia.
Nicole Nugent, program administrator for Medicine Hat College Continuing Studies and Savannah Symmonds, the college’s summer program co-ordinator were sitting in the college’s Centennial Hall last Thursday when a group of youngsters around the age of 10, asked them if they wanted a piece of homemade pizza they had just made.
Justin Fisher has done his family, his employer and his post-secondary institution proud after winning the gold medal in plumbing at the the 21st Annual Skills Canada National Competition in Saskatoon in late May.
The Can-Sask Labour Market Services (LMS) office in Swift Current will close in August, but according to the provincial government, it will have no impact on service availability.
A 37-year-old man will spend weekends in prison for the next three months after being sentenced on a charge of criminal negligence for baking marijuana cookies that were consumed by a toddler.
DuPont Pioneer opened a new facility in the County of Lethbridge, July 8 that will work to develop ultra-early maturity corn hybrids. As well, the facility will be used to develop canola hybrids and soybean varieties for the area.