Soldiers of the ancient Rome Empire were wearing chain mail armour when they conquered large swathes of Europe and North Africa over 2,000 years ago. Now titanium chain mail that was manufactured by MailleTec Industries in Swift Current is speeding through space towards Mars on board NASA's InSight lander.

Bishop Rob Hardwick of the Anglican Church Diocese of Qu'Appelle is cycling across Canada on a pilgrimage of prayer.
He arrived in Swift Current on June 3 after cycling 136 kilometres from Maple Creek.

On June 1st, 1873, a group of American wolf hunters attacked a Nakoda First Nations camp resulting in the massacre of Elders, warriors, women and children at a place known as Cypress Hills.

The Alberta Estonian Heritage Society will be gathering people from all over Alberta and beyond at the June 23 "Jaanipaev" Celebration. (St John's Day Celebration).

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SEASAR will have target training June 9

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On Saturday June 9, South Eastern Alberta Search & Rescue (SEASAR) will be conducting an exercise along the banks of the South Saskatchewan River near Medicine Hat. This will be a "targeted training exercise" relating to a historic missing persons case the Redcliff RCMP are assisting with.

RCMP in Saskatchewan arrested Connie Oakes for obstruction of justice on May 6.

Returning to a non-refundable provincial check-off is not what all cattle producers in Alberta want, based on voices heard at a town hall meeting in Brooks on Monday evening.

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