A man who lives in the Frontier/Climax region of southwest Saskatchewan has released his second book.C J Beuhler was born and raised in Regina. During his career with the Canadian Armed Forces, he saw North America from coast to coast, and from Labrador to the Gulf of Mexico. In that time, h…
MLAs Doug Steele and Everett Hindley are looking forward to the completion of critical maintenance projects in their constituencies. Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current will soon undergo roof repairs while the roof of the Prairie Health Care Centre in Cabri will be replaced.
September 28th to October 2nd will be Seniors’ Week in Swift Current, proudly sponsored by Connect Hearing. Seniors’ Week encourages all of us to come together to recognize how important seniors are every day in our community, and provides us with the opportunity to celebrate the many positi…
Effective September 16, 2020 the following Swift Current & District Chamber of Commerce Board Directors have taken a leave of absence while municipal election campaign is ongoing: Ken Linsley – Board ChairpersonLeanne Tuntland-Wiebe - DirectorWarren Hope - Director As 1st Vice Chairperso…
The City of Swift Current’ Community Services division would like to advise citizens that the Stockade, located in Kinetic Park, will be re-opening Monday, September 28th. HEALTH & SAFETYIn accordance with Provincial Public Health Guidelines, we ask that individuals DO NOT attend the St…
The partnership between the City of Swift Current and the Elmwood Golf Club is set to be strengthened as a result of a decision at a council meeting.
The City of Swift Current Solid Waste and Diversion department is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day at the City Landfill on Saturday, October 10, from 9 a.m-3 p.m., with COVID-19 precautions in place. The collection area at the City Landfi…
Swift Current Rural RCMP are currently on scene of a serious vehicle collision near the community of Success. Report came in approximately at 6:30 a.m. Monday.
The City’s Splash Pads will be closed for the season as of Monday, September 14th.“Community Services would like to note that this is seasonal practice to ensure all facilities are winterized before the colder weather sets in,” says Michael Newell, Parks Manager.Park washrooms remain open da…
Early this morning, a 2005 Black Ford F-350 pickup was stolen from the 600 block of 1st Street East in Shaunavon. The truck is described as a diesel crew cab with raised suspension and had a Sask plate # of LNG325.If seen please call 911.. If you have information related to this advisory ple…
A solidarity rally in support of the Walking with Our Angels suicide awareness campaign took place outside the downtown office of Swift Current MLA Everett Hindley on Thursday evening, Sept. 3.
The Swift Current Museum is using a photographic contest to collect images of the many ways that people have passed the time while staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Swift Current is pleased to announce that it will be opening its doors to the general public – offering limited services within limited hours – beginning Tuesday, September 8.
Let’s face it -- 2020 has been pretty darned hard. It's only natural to try to squeeze the last bit of fun out of summer this Labour Day long weekend.
The Swift Current Municipal RCMP have received a number of complaints recently involving counterfeit US $100 bills being passed at local businesses.
The 2020 Fall Into Christmas Art & Handcraft Market, to have been held in Swift Current October 3-4 has been cancelled due to concerns and regulations surrounding the infection of COVID-19.
Low-income households in Swift Current have an opportunity to receive assistance with energy efficient upgrades through a new partnership between the City of Swift Current and SaskPower.
Swift Current powerlifter Wayne Cormier lifted his way to four gold medals at the Global Powerlifting Committee (GPC) national championships and qualified for the upcoming world championships in Regina.
The City of Swift Current will be using a sophisticated self-propelled robotic cutter to clear the way for the inspection of sewer main lines.
Jackie Schlamp, Returning Officer for the City of Swift Current Municipal election and Associate Returning Officer for the School Board elections, today announced that individuals who may be considering running in the upcoming local government elections can obtain information on their eligib…
The Swift Current Broncos will be hosting their annual general meeting in the upstairs auditorium of the Innovation Credit Union iPlex on Tuesday, September 29 at 6 p.m.
During the early morning hours of August 31st, several vehicles in Morse were broken into with several small items being stolen. Morse detachment is asking that people check their vehicles and property and contact the detachment if they were the victim of a theft during this time as a quanti…
Three community organizations will benefit financially from a partnership between Great Plains College and Sask Masks. Each community group will receive a $500 donation from Sask Masks, who recently supplied a quantity of face masks to the college.
On August 24, Outlook RCMP, Elbow RCMP and the Saskatchewan RCMP Underwater Recovery Team continued to search Lake Diefenbaker for the 35 year-old man who disappeared on August 20 while swimming in the lake with a friend.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is notifying the public that an individual who tested COVID-19 positive visited the following businesses when the individual was likely infectious:
At 6:40 p.m. on August 20, Outlook RCMP received a complaint of a possible drowning. It was reported an adult male and adult female were swimming in Lake Diefenbaker.
The City of Swift Current and the Swift Current & District Farmer’s Market Association are pleased to announce that, as a result of ongoing consultation with stakeholder organizations and vendors, Market Square will re-open beginning this Saturday, August 22nd.
The City of Swift Current’s Community Services Division wishes to advise residents and user groups that it has established Opening Dates for a few of its recreation/culture facilities that have been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
While thinking of the prairies might bring to mind rolling grasslands and big blue skies, parts of southern Saskatchewan are also much sandier than many people realize.
Two Swift Current residents have developed a renewed appreciation for the beauty of the prairie landscape since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Swift Current would like to announce that it has been informed that it was unsuccessful in its applications for funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Grant Program (ICIP) for Federal and Provincial Government assistance for its proposed Integrated Leisure Facilit…
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed many fault lines in society and it is forcing communities to come to terms with issues such as prejudice, discrimination and inequalities based on racial stereotypes.
Concerned parents, teachers and citizens attended a Mask Up for Education event in front of the office of Swift Current MLA Everett Hindley on Friday morning, Aug. 7, to raise their concerns over the provincial government's plan for students to return to in-class learning in the fall.
Various details about the recent financial affairs of the City of Swift Current are provided in the 2019 financial statements and public accounts.
Ten projects in the Swift Current area have received federal funds through the Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF) to help them adjust to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is a niche market in Saskatchewan for beef production on native prairie that also protects species at risk, and the Prairie Provides logo can help ranchers to connect with those consumers.
Please note the Saskatchewan RCMP is not providing the names of the suspects to protect the privacy and identities of the children involved.
The Water Security Agency and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health are advising the public to avoid swimming in or drinking water where blue-green algae blooms are occurring.
Dr. David Torr, Medical Health Officer, Saskatchewan Health Authority, has declared an outbreak of COVID-19 at Prairie View Estate personal care home in Herbert. An individual associated with this personal care home tested positive for COVID-19.
The Government of Canada remains committed to protecting the health and safety of Canadians and reducing the spread of COVID-19 in Canada. For public health reasons, the temporary restriction on all optional or discretionary travel at the Canada-United States (U.S.) border remains in place.
Please be advised of the temporary disruption to emergency services at the Herbert and District Integrated Facility effective July 30, 2020 until further notice.
On Monday July 27 at approximately 1:20 PM a green pickup truck and a white SUV collided at the intersection of Herbert Street and 1st Avenue North West. Witnesses state the truck was on Herbert Street when it drove west into the south bound lanes of 1st Avenue NW. The truck collided with th…
Following a growing number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Southwest Saskatchewan in recent days, the City of Swift Current and the Swift Current & District Farmer’s Market Association have decided to cancel the next two Market Square events, originally scheduled for Saturday, July 25th…
The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) in partnership with the Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre and Southwest Multicultural Association are presenting an online forum to discuss racism and discrimination on Wednesday, July 29 at 7 p.m.
Efforts are continuing to track the spread of the invasive Prussian carp in the South Saskatchewan River basin through collaboration between researchers and citizens.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is issuing a reminder for those who may have been on-site at several businesses in the Swift Current area, after individuals who attended these businesses tested positive for COVID-19. As well, the SHA has identified additional businesses and/or hours throug…