Hailey Clark will be the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party’s candidate for Swift Current in the 2016 provincial election. She was declared as the party’s candidate after an uncontested nomination meeting took place in Swift Current Aug. 11.
Seventeen combines were able to harvest 135 acres of barley in just 90 minutes with proceeds of the crop benefitting people in poorer countries.
The railroad played a big part in the opening of the West, but for Glenn Quast’s great-grandfather, it didn’t go quite far enough.
In 1912, Steve Balog came to the I-17 area southwest of Milk River and settled on land that is still in the family today. While he worked as a coal miner, his nine-year old son, also named Steve, took on many adult responsibilities in operating the farm.
The City of Swift Current is anticipating a significant interest in the 80 residential lots in the new Elmwood golf course subdivision when the properties become available for sale this fall.
Conservative Party candidate David Anderson is using the 11-week election campaign to talk to as many voters as possible in the Cypress Hills-Grasslands riding.