The City of Swift Current today released this statement following the aftermath of the flood which hit downtown Tuesday evening:"Resolution passed! For residents, businesses and organizations that wish to access Provincial Disaster Assistance Program funding, application forms are available …
Swift Current Ag and Ex presents 81 years of Frontier Days June 26-29 at Kinetic Exhibition Park. There’s something for everyone at the Frontier Days annual fair and Rodeo.
This is a message from the RCMP Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network: There's a RCMP Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory from the Leader RCMP Detachment - Red 2007 Ford F350 Super Duty SRW Lariat Diesel truck. Leader Detachment is currently looking for a Red 2007 Ford F350 Super Duty SRW …
There will be a street closure at the intersection of Chaplin Street East and 6th Avenue Northeast beginning Monday June 17 and remaining in place until Tuesday June 25. This closure is required to accommodate water main repairs followed by paving repairs.
The countdown to the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games is nearing the home stretch, but there is still time for companies to get in the games through sponsorship or volunteer commitments.
The Chinook School Division's budget for the 2019-20 school year was approved at a regular board meeting on June 10, but trustees expressed their frustrations and concerns about what they consider to be inadequate funding from the provincial government for education services in southwest Sas…
The Evans 7's Swift Current U18 rugby team traveled to Regina on Wednesday, May 22, for their fourth set of league games for the season. They played a total of three games and came out with one victory and two losses.
The inaugural business excellence awards night took place at Swift Current Comprehensive High School (SCCHS) to celebrate the achievements and success of students.
New Democrats in the constituency of Cypress Hills nominated local tradeswoman Kelly Genert as their candidate for the 2020 provincial election. Genert was nominated this afternoon at a meeting of local New Democrats.
The City of Swift Current’s Community Services Division would like you to mark your calendars for a few upcoming youth events, with the excitement kicking off this month.On June 13th, we will be hosting our annual Youth Fest for students in grades 5 to 9. We’re very fortunate to be partnerin…
The efforts of individuals and organization to help local youth make positive lifestyle choices were highlighted during a recognition luncheon in Swift Current.
The Swift Current Trap Club hosted a special event for youth to give them an opportunity to get familiar with using a shotgun and to learn more about the club.
Swift Current resident Mitch Minken has received the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers in recognition of his dedication to an organization that grants wishes to children with a life-threatening illness.
The Swift Current Curling Club wants to continue to provide curling as an activity in the city and is looking for ways to attract greater interest in the sport.
The Swift Current Broncos are excited to announce the signings of 2003 born Caleb Wyrostok and Braeden Lewis, as well as 2004 born Josh Davies and Reid Dyck, to Western Hockey League standard player agreements. Wyrostock and Lewis were selected by the Swift Current Broncos as part of the 20…
R.M.’s of Swift Current #137, Lac Pelletier #107, Riverside #168, Coulee #136, Whiska Creek #106, Webb #138, as well as the Lac Pelletier Regional Park have issued a fire ban effective immediately.
The Kindersley/Kerrobert RCMP and the F Division Crime Reduction Team have charged a male from Kerrobert with a number of offences following the execution of a search warrant in Kerrobert.
A Swift Current sea cadet received provincial and national awards in recognition of his leadership and dedication to the sea cadet movement.
The City of Swift Current wishes to provide information to residents and motorists about the closure on Gladstone Street East, from the intersection of 4th Avenue Southeast to 5th Avenue Southeast starting Tuesday May 28th. These traffic adjustments are in place to facilitate paving and side…
An event to create a greater understanding of Canada’s history with indigenous people and to promote reconciliation took place in Swift Current, May 14.
A Chinook School Division initiative to increase student engagement and improve the high school learning experience for students is showing positive results.
Great Plains College is thrilled to see its Entrance Scholarship program grow by an additional $10,000 thanks to a renewed commitment from Stark & Marsh CPA LLP. This new two-year agreement will provide $5,000 for the next two academic years (2019-20 and 2020-21) in support of students c…
The City of Swift Current wishes to advise property owners and residents that the Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) issued on Tuesday, May 14th for in the Highland and Trail Subdivisions has now been lifted by the Water Security Agency, effective immediately. PDWAs can be lifted …
On April 12 a credit card was fraudulently used at two local businesses in Swift Current. Police are looking to identify the person pictured below regarding this matter.
The City of Swift Current wishes to provide further information to residents and motorists about the lane restrictions on 6th Avenue Northeast from George Street to South Service Road East that began May 15. These restrictions are in place to accommodate sidewalk installation along 6th Aven…
On May 13, Swift Current Municipal RCMP executed a search warrant at a motel in Swift Current. Police recovered stolen property including personal ID’s, and credit cards.
A memorable ship voyage along the Canadian west coast has inspired Maple Creek artist Geoff Phillips to raise awareness about reconciliation.
The City of Swift Current wishes to advise property owners and residents that the Water Security Agency has issued a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) to properties located in ZONE 1 – TRAIL ZONE (indicated in the map below/attached) in Swift Current, effective immediately.
The City of Swift Current wishes to advise residents and motorists that Herbert Street West is closed from 1st Avenue Northwest to Central Avenue North.
Conservation efforts in southwest Saskatchewan will benefit from the latest Earth Rangers campaign that educates children about prairie wildlife.
The City of Swift Current Infrastructure & Operations Division is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Saturday, June 8, from 9: a.m – 3 p.m.
On May 2, the Swift Current Municipal RCMP were called to a local business in response to a Theft (Gas & Dash) complaint. A vehicle had fueled up and took off without paying. No plate was obtained.
From May 3-5, RCMP Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan (CTSS) Swift Current hosted a Joint Forces Operation (JFO) throughout the southwest corner of the province.
The City of Swift Current, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Health Authority and Bright Beginnings non-profit organization, is hosting the annual Bike Safety event on Wednesday, May 15th at Highland Park from 4-7 p.m.
When athletes step on the podium at the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games (WCSG) in Swift Current, they will be presented with medals that will serve as a unique memory of their achievements.