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SW Sask News

Thursday, 24 March 2011 10:20

City of Swift Current supports Earth Hour

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Swift Current
For one hour, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., on Saturday, March 26th, , the world will turn off its lights for just one hour – Earth Hour – to show it’s possible to take action on climate change. Switching off your lights is just one simple action that you can take to help make a difference.

Thursday, 24 March 2011 09:01

Electrical upgrades coming for city

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By John R. Statton
Swift Current
Work is set to begin to improve the city’s electrical system by completing five-kilovolt to 25-kilovolt conversions.

Courtesy Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation

As the construction season continues to move forward, motorists are advised to watch for highway crews as work continues to improve Saskatchewan's roads.

Saskatchewan Environment

Continued rainfall and flooding across Southern Saskatchewan has prompted Saskatchewan Watershed Authority (SWA) to offer free testing of private wells which are used as a sources of drinking water and have potentially been impacted by flooding anywhere in the province. As feared, flooding has resulted in contamination of some wells.

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Those interested in pursuing a career in early childhood education will be able to receive an education at a reduced cost this January, since Great Plains College will be offering six early childhood education courses at a subsidized rate.


By Jessi Gowan — This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Chinook School Division’s 2010-11 financial report was presented to the board during its monthly meeting Dec. 12.

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The Great Plains College Board of Governors announced Thursday David Francis has left the position of President and CEO of Great Plains College.

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