On June 25, a female suspect entered the No Frills in High River. The female proceeded to fill her cart with groceries, then hid out of view of the surveillance cameras to place these groceries into bags.
- Friends reunited even after all of these years
- Back to back Saturday Outdoor Music Concerts happening at Rosebud Opera House
- High River RCMP investigating shoplifting at No Frills
- RM of Maple Creek COVID-19 update: many tests done
- Saskatchewan government starting with $4 billion irrigation project at Lake Diefenbaker
The City of Brooks’ Planning and Development Department, which also handles building permits and business licences, is going to be undergoing a review to improve processes and reduce red tape.
Oyen will be in the midst of oil industry activity within the foreseeable future.
The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the Swift Current RCMP for the dates indicated:
The City of Swift Current has identified two projects that will receive over $2.3 million in grant funding from the Saskatchewan government’s initiative to stimulate economic recovery from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the Covid 19 pandemic sweeps across the economy, the yardstick of real estate activity has not been affected in a major way in Swift Current, according to statistics released from the Saskatchewan Realtors® Association for the first half of 2020.
The Exhibition Park Exolution upgrade got a super charge from the provincial government to help transform it into a world class agrifood hub right here in Lethbridge.
Nichole Neubauer was on the phone with this reporter to discuss the first face-to-face Champions of Agriculture meeting held June 25 when another call came in.
With the summer brings some challenges for rural landowners whether for farming or livestock in the way of weeds.
In partnership with 15 Minutes of Fame, the Rosebud Chamber Music Festival, and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Rosebud Theatre will be bringing audiences Saturday Music Concerts in the green space next to the Opera House on July 11 and 18 .
Members of the Swift Current business community are again coming together to host a free music concert for area residents.
There is no helpless princess waiting to be rescued by a prince in the latest children’s book by Swift Current author Jessica Williams.