Thursday, 04 January 2018 09:24

9-1-1- tips for the New Year

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If you unwrapped a new smart phone recently on Christmas Day, Sask911 reminds you to do your part to protect the integrity of the 911 system by making sure you understand how your high-tech gift accesses emergency services.

An 8% increase in sales over 2016 helped the 2017 residential real estate market earn a tie for fifth busiest year ever in Swift Current, according to year-end MLS® stats.

Wednesday, 03 January 2018 10:29

New law protects teens from artificial tanning

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Young Albertans are at lower risk of developing deadly forms of skin cancer, thanks to new artificial tanning legislation that came into effect on Jan. 1.

The outbreak in House 14 at The Meadows in Swift Current continues due to the presence of signs and symptoms of an unknown respiratory illness. Lab results have not yet identified the illness type. Visitation at House 14 remains restricted. This visitor restriction does not impact other houses within the facility.

Daily natural gas consumption in the province has set another new record of 1.50 PetaJoules (PJ) of natural gas.

RCMP are investigating after a 19 year old male was killed in a motor vehicle collision this morning.

Efforts to keep zebra and quagga mussels out of Saskatchewan lakes and waterways might be hampered by a mistaken belief among lake users that these aquatic invasive species have already entered water bodies in the province.

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