Please be advised of the temporary disruption to emergency services at the Herbert and District Integrated Facility effective November 27 until further notice.
Fundraising efforts for a new community hall in Fox Valley received a good boost with a very successful three-week online auction that helped to bring the dream of a new communal gathering space another step closer.
The Salvation Army’s annual Christmas campaign in Swift Current is looking quite different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the organization will continue to assist those in need.
Chinook School Division administration has been informed by officials from the Saskatchewan Health Authority that a positive COVID-19 case was identified in one individual at École Centennial School in Swift Current, and in two individuals at Leader Composite School.
All Swift Current school buses running within the city are CANCELLED for the morning and afternoon on Monday, November 16th, this includes All Saints Catholic School. Parents will also be notified directly through our voice messaging system tonight. SCHOOLS WILL BE OPEN.
Nov. 13, the Government of Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer has ordered that the use of non-medical masks will be mandatory in most indoor public places in Saskatchewan communities with populations greater than 5,000 people effective Monday, November 16th, 2020.
All Swift Current school buses running within the city are CANCELLED for the morning and afternoon on Friday, November 13th, this includes All Saints Catholic School. Parents werenotified directly through their voice messaging system tonight. Schools are open.
Council will look very different after the municipal election in Swift Current with a new mayor and only two councillors re-elected.
The Swift Current Municipal RCMP is seeking the public's assistance in identifying a male and a female who stole a credit card on the evening of Saturday November 7, and unlawfully used the credit card at various businesses in Swift Current.
Today, Thursday, November 12th, is Election Day for the City of Swift Current and our local Public and Separate School Divisions. Voters will be heading to the polls between 9:00 AM and 8:00 PM today to cast their ballots following the postponement of the Election on Monday, November 9th due…
With in excess of 50 centimetres of snow hitting Swift Current and the surrounding region Sunday, City crews will be working hard to get a handle on accumulated snow on City streets and roadways over the next several days.
The City of Swift Current has received confirmation that three City Recreational Facilities – the Lt. Colonel Clifton Centre, the Palliser Pavilion and the Dickson Community Centre Gymnasium – have been exposed to an individual or individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Following the significant blizzard that touched down on Swift Current and Southwest Saskatchewan Sunday, the Government of Saskatchewan has, this morning, extended to Election Returning Officers the authority to delay elections in order to allow voters the opportunity to get to the polls.
All Swift Current city school buses are cancelled for the morning of Monday, November 9th, due to weather conditions. Parents will be notified directly through our voice messaging system. Schools will remain open and parents will be contacted by 2:00 p.m. to be informed if buses are running …
On November 3, at approximately 10:15 a.m., Maple Creek RCMP responded to the complaint of a drugs being used in a vehicle.
Parenting during a global pandemic has become much harder and it is creating additional stress in families, but a global grassroots movement with Canadian roots wants to help parents to get the support they need.
The commemoration of Remembrance Day in Swift Current will be scaled back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but fallen soldiers and veterans will still be honoured during an outdoor ceremony with limited attendance in Memorial Park.
For information on the upcoming civic elections in Swift Current, the Swift Current Chamber of Commerce gave questions to the candidates and they also have a live stream for the mayoral forum for Monday night (Nov. 5).
The disruption of school services earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic provided the Chinook School Division’s maintenance department with an opportunity to make significant progress with work requisitions and projects.
On Tuesday, October 20 around 2:30 p.m., a pickup truck was stopped on Highway 7 west of Kindersley, Saskatchewan, for a driver’s license and vehicle registration check.
With the uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the safest way for citizens to cast their vote in upcoming municipal election is via Mail-In Ballot. This process allows voters to vote from the safety and comfort of home.
The Swift Current Fire Department revealed the latest upgrades at its training grounds during a tour of the facility, Oct. 13.
The City of Swift Current is renewing the contract for the operation of the West landfill’s non-hazardous industrial waste cell with the existing operator.
The City of Swift Current has received close to a million dollars in federal pandemic funding and it is also submitting an application for infrastructure funds to a federal COVID-19 resilience funding stream.
The City of Swift Current announced today that it will be increasing its Hours of Operation at City Hall for public access beginning Monday, October 19th. City Hall will be open to the public from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday, excluding Statutory Holidays. During this second phase of…
The City of Swift Current has been able to maintain a strong cash flow position since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and therefore did not have to make use of an operating line of credit with a higher limit.
The final paperwork has been completed and the books are closed on the largest event ever to be hosted in southwest Saskatchewan.
Students and staff at Swift Current Comprehensive High School marked the 40th anniversary of the Marathon of Hope with the school's annual Terry Fox Walk, Oct. 8 and 9. There were additional precautions due to COVID-19, and as a result the walk was split over two days.
The Swift Current Municipal RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying two males that are wanted for assault and assault with a weapon at the Living Sky Casino on September 29, 2020.
The Swift Current Fire Department had to make adjustments to the regular format for Fire Prevention Week, but it is still sharing the message of fire safety and also using creative ways through a unique new fire safety colouring book.
The latest community policing report for Swift Current shows fewer overall offences, but an increase in specific violations with regard to weapons and drugs.
The City of Swift Current’s Infrastructure & Operations division would like to advise residents in the Trail Subdivision that two planned power outages will be taking place on Tuesday, October 6th and Wednesday, October 7th.
The City of Swift Current would like to notify residents and motorists about the construction taking place on Lee Bridge resulting in a street closure on Perth Drive from October 6th to October 9th, 2020. Detours will be in place for local traffic.
Leader Detachment is asking for Public Assistance in locating a second stolen vehicle. The stolen vehicle is a Red 2016 Dodge Ram 3500 Crew Cab with black tire rims, flared wheel wells and a fifth wheel hitch in the box.. If you have information related to this advisory please call 310-RCMP …
The replacement of a 15-year-old street sweeper was approved during a regular City of Swift Current council meeting on Sept. 21, but there was a brief debate about the need for caution when such expenses for vehicle replacements are considered.
The Maple Creek RCMP Detachment is asking for the public's assistance in locating a stolen vehicle. The stolen vehicle is a 2007 Lincoln MKX, white in colour with Saskatchewan licence plate 509LQG.