The Swift Current Municipal RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance with the following incident:
The Good Foundation is trying to make a difference in the southwest part of Saskatchewan. It is a registered charity organization which has its ties in Maple Creek and surrounding area. Much of the work involves education and attention to social and mental health issues. Their mantra is to …
The annual increase in the federal government’s charge on carbon pollution will result in higher electric rates for Swift Current residents and businesses.
The sounds and dances of the Scottish Highlands will fill the Legion Hall in Swift Current on Jan. 25 during the annual Robbie Burns Night, hosted by the Green Braes Pipes and Drums.
The emergency room at Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current received a helping hand from Paterson Grain to purchase equipment.
The excitement and spectacle of snowmobile drag racing is coming to southwest Saskatchewan with a two-day event for vintage and modern snowmobiles at Wymark.
Swift Current residents have an opportunity to start the new year in an active way with healthy habits when they participate in the 8th annual Wellness Challenge.
The Swift Current Curling Club hosted the 2020 Saskatchewan Curling Tour (SCT) Players Championship from Jan. 3-5, featuring top teams from the Saskatchewan men's curling tour.
The Swift Current Broncos announced today they have acquired 2001-born forward Cole Nagy from the Prince Albert Raiders in exchange for 2001-born forward Matthew Culling.
The ongoing support from Hutterite colonies in southwest Saskatchewan for the community food bank in Swift Current will ensure the inclusion of fresh produce in food hampers this festive season.
The City of Swift Current's municipal budget for 2020 will require a 3.93 per cent tax increase to achieve goals in the operating and capital budgets.
The City of Swift Current will be launching the initial phase of its new utility billing online portal project beginning with the December 2019 billing cycle. Ultimately, the project will enhance the customer experience by allowing customers to view and pay their utilities and taxes online a…
There are some new kids on the block at the Old Man on His Back (OMB) Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area that will help to bring vitality and diversity to the bison herd.
The Great Plains College SunDogs athletics program celebrated the success of the past volleyball season during an awards banquet at the Elmwood Golf Club, Dec. 4.
Greg and Marcia McLean were recently awarded Adjudicating Excellence Awards by the Saskatchewan Music Festival Association at their annual conference held in Regina, Oct. 25-26.
The Swift Current Municipal RCMP have received a number of complaints within the last week of individuals using counterfeit bills in businesses within Swift Current.
Great Plains College is thrilled to see its Entrance Scholarship program grow by $40,000 thanks to a generous donation from Loretta and Alfred Romankewicz. T
The emergency repair work to the historic Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) weir in Swift Current has been delayed due to an unexpected breakdown in equipment.
The Cre8tive Minds Early Learning Child Care Centre is looking for community support to renovate their new location and to avoid their closure as a licensed child care facility in Swift Current.
The Saskatchewan government will continue to fund employment services provided by SaskAbilities Partners in Employment in Swift Current.
The Swift Current Broncos announced today that Andrew Kutnikoff of Prince Albert has been hired as the team’s new athletic therapist and equipment manager.
The City of Swift Current has started a multi-phase plan to identify water services to households and businesses that are still using lead pipes.
Swift Current swim coach Jackie Powell has received a national coaching excellence award for her role in the success of Special Olympics Team Canada swimmers at the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games.
The Swift Current Oratorio Choir will present “My Favourite Things about Christmas” at 7 p.m. on Dec. 7 in Shaunavon at Centre Street United Church and at 7 p.m. on Dec. 9 at Zion Mennonite Church in Swift Current.
High school and college students in Swift Current had an opportunity to learn more about the world of business during an evening of discussion and networking with local business professionals.
Men working to end men’s violence against women is the annual theme of the White Ribbon Campaign. Inspired by the huge emotion men experienced in reaction to the murders of fourteen women at Montreal Ecole Polytechnique on December 6, 1989.
The City of Swift Current will this week be commencing the initial phase of a multi-phased plan to identify water services – the connection of water pipe that connects the water supply from the City to the pipes inside of residential/commercial buildings – in City households and businesses.
The Swift Current Fencing Club will be welcoming fencing athletes from across the province for the annual Chinook Fencing tournament. The public is welcome to come and watch this interesting and fast-paced event! Free admission. The tournament location is the Swift Current Comprehensive High…