Pincher Creek will see its first transit system within the town in the near future thanks to federal government funding.
A monument a few kilometres east of Swift Current along the Trans-Canada highway will continue to remind people of a tragic bus crash in 1986 that claimed the lives of the four Swift Current Broncos hockey players Trent Kresse, Scott Kruger, Chris Mantyka and Brent Ruff.
There was a good turnout at a family-friendly New Year’s Eve party in Swift Current hosted by the Parent Support Network agencies.
Today, Health Minister Jim Reiter accepted all of the recommendations of the Saskatchewan Advisory Panel on Health System Structure, and announced the province will consolidate the 12 existing Regional Health Authorities (RHAs) into one single Provincial Health Authority.
Mark your calendars. The well-known Carhartts & Caviar Welding Showcase and Auction is scheduled to take place on Thursday, March 2. Tickets will be available for purchase from Great Plains College as of January 9.
Though it may be the middle of winter, the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport is already looking ahead to summertime. Planning is underway for the 2017 park season and campers will be able to book their provincial park campsites beginning Tuesday, April 4.
Need help keeping your New Year’s resolutions? This wellness challenge is for you! The City of Swift Current Community Services is committed to promoting healthy lifestyles in our community by offering the 5th annual wellness challenge free of charge for all community members!