Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Wednesday, 14 December 2016 15:44

Winter blues can make people see red

Take a moment right now and think of those in the service industries and the verbal/written abuse they are currently taking  this December. 

No resting on one’s laurels, especially when just starting out in business.

Canadians can expect to pay on the average three to five per cent more for food in 2017, which is an increase of as much as $420 for the average family on an annual basis.

George Tsougrianis is a well-known name in southwest Saskatchewan with his Southwest TV News and My Local TV work as well as being the CEO/operator of Overtime Communications.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016 06:41

Farmers optimistic about sugar beet industry

Although it's never enough, the Alberta Sugar Beet Growers (ASBG) organization as a whole was pleased with the final totals regarding the 2016 harvest, all things considered.

It's the beginning of December.

Monday, 28 November 2016 08:00

Duchess youths will be having a good time

Nothing to do for teenagers in the County of Newell? Not a chance. The Duchess Youth Network Group will host a youth night with games, music and contests Dec. 2 from 7-10 p.m. at the Duchess Recreation Centre. It is for those in grades 7-12 in the County of Newell region. Organizers are also hoping for some local entertainment.

Swift Current city council members have now been sworn in and they have already been at numerous city events such as the grand opening of The Meadows and Dorie’s House, (of which the City played a key role).

Currently there is a drive to get more homes open who will take foster children in southwest Saskatchewan and specifically in Swift Current.

It can be a bit of an oxymoron to say not putting extra self pressure about doing something creative might be the best strategy for a singer/songwriter, but for Swift Current’s Keith Kitchen, it’s worked wonders.

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