It takes almost a year prior to plan the Harlan Taylor Run in Raymond that’s set for June 28.  So far the planning is going well and the community along with the event planners are excited to host this annual event.

With parking expected to be at a premium during Saturday, June 28’s massive Centennial Celebrations, the City of Swift Current is pleased to announce that it will be offering free-of-charge Park & Ride and Late Night Bus services to residents and visitors.

A Grade 10 student from Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale has been selected to a provincial basketball team for some of the top young talent in the sport.

The Swift Current Frontier Days / Homecoming Pancake Breakfast June 26 is the official kickoff to the 76th Anniversary of the Exhibition and Rodeo and celebrating the City’s 100th Anniversary for 2014.

A new club has offered students at Arrowwood School something different to do during their lunch hours. While most students like to either play at recess or hang out with their friends, some students at Arrowwood School can now spend their lunch hour knitting.

Monday, 23 June 2014 13:10

Ricky Ryp Foundation doing good work

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After the sudden death of (at-the-time) Winnipeg Jets forward Rick Rypien in August of 2011, a foundation was created to honour his life and his constant giving back to communities.

An accident Sunday east of Fort Macleod has left one man dead.

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