The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce (The Chamber) announced today that Darla Lindbjerg has been hired as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). She is expecting to begin her role on May 1.
The Swift Current Broncos squared off against the Moose Jaw Warriors for Game Two of their best-of-seven set on Saturday night at Mosaic Place. It was a tense hockey game that had scoring chances, hard hits and hustle from both teams but the Broncos were edged 3-2.
The City of Swift Current’s Planning & Growth Development Division is seeking input from the community regarding the drafted Preliminary Policies document for the City’s Official Community Plan.
The contractor is advising motorists and the commercial trucking industry of a bridge closure on Hwy 1 east of Swift Current (city limits), beginning Saturday, March 25. The original start date of March 4 was pushed back due to contractor delays.
The City of Swift Current Community Services Division is pleased to announce that the Chinook Golf Course driving range will be opening at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 25. The driving range will be open both Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
The plan for the redevelopment of the former St. Joseph school site in Swift Current was presented to councillors at a regular council meeting, March 13.
The City of Swift Current has awarded the tender for the replacement of the main arena ice floor slab in the Innovation Credit Union i-plex to a Regina company.
Various activities and accomplishments from the 2015-16 school year were highlighted during the Holy Trinity Catholic School Division’s annual meeting of electors, March 8.
A night after a thrilling 2-1 win over the Moose Jaw Warriors at the Credit Union i-plex, the Broncos closed out the regular season portion of their schedule to the Warriors at Mosaic Place and dropped a wild 10-5 decision.