Swift Current News

Two Swift Current powerlifters won medals at their first provincial championship in only their first year of competition.

The demolition of the former Ashley Park school building is set to take place during September, after which the City of Swift Current will consult the community about the redevelopment of the site.

The City of Swift Current is set to start buying renewable energy for the electrical distribution grid under the Small Power Producer Program.

The farming community south of Swift Current came together to support a Harvest for Kids project that raised funds to give opportunities to children in developing countries to attend camping programs.

Thursday, 07 September 2017 04:56

City to upgrade reservoir and pump house

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The City of Swift Current will borrow additional funds to upgrade the South Hill reservoir and pump house, which will increase pumping capacity to households and provide water to SaskPower’s new Chinook Power Station.

Members of the Daughters of the Nile Aurora Club No. 5 in Swift Current are currently selling tickets for their 6th annual lottery ticket draw to raise funds for the Shriners Hospital for Children in Montreal.

Wednesday, 06 September 2017 14:23

Arrest in Cenotaph hit and run damage

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On Sept. 1, at approximately 9 p.m., Swift Current Municipal RCMP responded to a hit and run accident occurring in Memorial Park in Swift Current. 

Saturday, 02 September 2017 07:00

Ranchman’s Ridin’ and Recitin’ Sept. 23-24

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The Swift Current Agricultural and Exhibition Association’s Ranchman’s Ridin’ and Recitin’ is fast becoming one of southwest Saskatchewan’s largest fall events.

The differences in learning between boys and girls will be discussed at an upcoming workshop in Swift Current. The workshop Cracking the Boy Code takes places from 1-4 p.m. at the Art Gallery of Swift Current, Sept. 16.

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