A recent increase in the number of gastrointestinal illness cases in the South Zone of Alberta Health Services (AHS) has prompted AHS to remind residents and visitors of important precautions to reduce the spread of illness.
After more than 40 years of lobbying by various environmental groups, the provincial government announced Sept. 4 the protection of the Castle Special Place. As a result, commercial forestry has been cancelled in the Castle Special Management area.
A three-month pilot project on acute stroke care has been carried out at the Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current.
The concept plan for the Elmwood golf course development in Swift Current was approved at a regular council meeting Sept. 14.
There was a large turnout of concerned residents looking for answers about the R.M. of Swift Current's plan to install flow regulators on the rural water pipeline that will limit water flow to households to one gallon per minute as a means to address water flow problems along sections of the pipeline.
The City of Swift Current will take ownership of two former school sites in the community.
A familiar face at City Hall will be assuming the role of the City of Swift Current’s chief administrative officer (CAO).