Every piece of equipment in the Seven Persons fire department fleet was put to good use on Sunday evening as volunteer firefighters went through the community collecting food for the Medicine Hat and District Food Bank and spreading some Christmas cheer along the way.
- More than a thousand pounds of food collected at Candy Cane Run
- A 'MASsive' reform Dec. 18 will help RCMP reduce and remove impaired drivers on the road
- Hockey celebration in Swift Current will have many events over four days
- Domestic issues, traffic violations kept SC RCMP busy over the weekend
- CMHA in Swift Current earns amazing prize
Alberta RCMP Traffic Services discussed the impact of the upcoming legislation of part two of Bill C-46 on police delivery, which will put Mandatory Alcohol Screening (MAS) into force on Dec. 18.
William Lemay (Marieville, QC) sent hundreds of teddy bears flying onto the ice at the Centennial Regional Arena, as his goal led the Brooks Bandits (28-3) to a 4-1 win over the Canmore Eagles on Dec. 7 on Teddy Bear Toss night.
Swift Current will host the 19th edition of Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada from Feb. 6-9, 2019 and there will be a variety of activities and entertainment during the four days for the whole family.
Investigation is ongoing into an accident near Parkbeg Thursday.
Perhaps not a lot of rural southwest Saskatchewan residents took a lot of notice when Yens Pedersen won the Regina Northeast byelection Sept. 12.
Supporters of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank had an opportunity to learn more about the organization's work to end hunger during a regional fall banquet in Swift Current, Nov. 20.
Anne Wasko, a marketing analyst for the Canadian cattle industry, recently spoke at several FCC Knowledge Exchange events across Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Keeping current with technology and security is an ever-evolving process for the Alberta Environmental Farm Plan.
During the presentation at the Galt Museum on November 1, retired Warrant Officer Glenn Miller mentioned Canadian author Jean Miso's newest book, titled In Their Words.
With just two short weeks until opening night, The Lyric is bustling and hopping with whoops, hoots, and splashes, as the cast of six actors rehearses for the Merry Munsch play, the second production in the Lyric’s new Sparks in the Dark series.
The Swift Current Comprehensive High School Fine Arts Department is producing a family classic for their upcoming fall production, which will be presented to the community during five shows over four days starting Dec. 5.