The Swift Current United Way aims to raise $110,000 during its fall campaign to fund more than 150 programs and services of 12 non-profit member agencies in the community.

The start of the new school year brought significant changes to the school bus system in Swift Current and some early problems, but the Chinook School Division is confident these glitches will soon be resolved.

The City of Swift Current Infrastructure & Operations Division would like to announce that Yard Waste bins will be set up around Swift Current to help accommodate excess residential yard waste this fall.

The Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) today (Sept. 10) announced their 2014 Canadian Tourism Awards finalists, and Saskatchewan-based company Cypress Hills Eco-Adventures has been named in the "Small to Medium Sized" Business of the Year category.

Schools are the lifeblood of many small, rural communities. Thanks to a partnership between the Town of Magrath and Westwind School Division, a modernized Magrath School will truly become a community centre.

The Town of Nanton will forever be linked with the village of Senantes, France after a fatal day in 1944. Nanton and the Senantes were officially linked on Aug. 15, 2009 with a ceremony held at the Bomber Command Museum with the Mayor of Senantes, Christian Gavelle in attendance.

People with severe speech impairments will have the opportunity to have a personalized synthetic voice that reflects their bodies and personalities.

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