Two Swift Current residents have received provincial awards to recognize their contributions to the recreation sector.
A revision of the Chinook School Division’s policy for the transportation of students during severe weather will mean bus services will now be available in the afternoon after a route cancellation in the morning.
Since January 1, the Swift Current Municipal RCMP have had multiple reported break and enters to garages, sheds, businesses and homes within Swift Current where the suspect(s) were targeting mostly tools.
The Swift Current Municipal RCMP have received an increase of the number of complaints involving thefts within the City of Swift Current.
The Morse RCMP detachment has charged a Chaplin man with child pornography offences in relation to an investigation that began in November 2019, into the possession and online accessing of child pornography.
Three local citizens were named stars of the community this week for their above-and-beyond efforts to make Swift Current a better place.
A collection of historical photographs currently on display at the Art Gallery of Swift Current gives a glimpse into the everyday life of First Nation and Métis communities.
The Swift Current Rural RCMP held a meet and greet for residents of rural municipalities, towns, villages and hamlets in the detachment area at Waldeck School, Jan. 30.
A group of Swift Current residents has started an initiative to bring four refugees stranded on an island in the Pacific Ocean to their city.
SaskAbilities Swift Current has started a new youth program to help young people make social connections and to have inclusive experiences with their peers.
The 24 finalists for the 2020 Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance (CSTA) PRESTIGE Awards represent a wide cross-section of the country’s sport tourism industry.
A fundraising initiative for the victims of the Taal volcano eruption in the Philippines has been well supported by the community.
Activities to celebrate Family Literacy Day took place at the Swift Current Branch Library, Jan. 27. The event was hosted by the Southwest Literacy Committee in partnership with various organizations, including Chinook Regional Library, Chinook School Division, and Great Plains College.
The City of Swift Current will have no difficulty to comply with the provincial government’s new eligibility requirements to receive the annual municipal revenue sharing grant.
It will slow down in the world of SWAC athletics during the week of January 27th. No competitions/practices can take place for those schools running formal midterms/finals. Once all team members are done their exams, things can return to normal.
It’s no secret that 2019 was a spectacular year for events in our community, with four major events – Hockey Day in Canada, the Western Canada Summer Games, the Canadian Cowboys Association Finals Rodeo and the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge – joining an already impressive lineup of annual …
The Swift Current Municipal RCMP is seeking the public assistance in identifying a vehicle and driver from a report of suspicious behaviour on Monday January 20.
The Swift Current Fire Department and the City of Swift Current would like to issue the following statement regarding the passing of Fire Chief Darren McClelland on Monday, January 20th,:
The Swift Current Curling Club hosted the south qualifier from Jan. 17-19 for teams still looking to win a berth at the upcoming 2020 men's provincial curling champion.
The Chinook School Division has become a more frequent target of phishing attacks in recent months, but it is taking steps to educate staff about these online cyber attacks.
A presentation and discussion of the framework for a new provincial education plan for 2020-2030 took place during a regular Chinook School Division board meeting, Jan. 13.
Tickets are now on sale for the eighth annual Carhartts and Caviar Welding Showcase and Auction presented by S3 Enterprises. The college’s Welding certificate students, alumni, their instructor and local businesses are working hard to create 15 custom pieces for the March 12 event.
Police troughout Saskatchewan were keeping a watchful eye for impaired drivers as part of the December Traffic Safety Spotlight, and SGI delivered warnings about the consequences of impaired driving via songs with a holiday twist that were performed live in public and streamed on Facebook.
Please be advised of the temporary disruption to acute care, emergency department and lab and x-ray services at the Herbert and District Health Centre for an undetermined amount of time due to a water main break and flooding in the facility. Services are expected to resume later this week.
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.