2015 marks the 50th year of service for the Saskatchewan Abilities Council in Swift Current. From the humble beginnings of a group of parents coming together in 1950 to create services for the betterment of their children living with cerebral palsy to the full province-wide support system for vocational, life and work programs now available.
The City of Swift Current today is pleased to announce that Tim Marcus has accepted the permanent role as the City’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), effective immediately.
The City of Swift Current's spray parks and public parkway washrooms will be closed for the season starting today.
Rogers this morning officially announced its plans to bring the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour to Swift Current on Saturday and Sunday, January 9 and 10, 2016.
Submissions are now open for the 23rd Sask. Book Awards. The Call for Entries can be downloaded from www.bookawards.sk.ca.