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Two 26-year-old men received lengthy jail sentences in a Swift Current court room for their involvement in what the Crown has described as the largest drug trafficking case in Saskatchewan's history.

The Municipal Boundary Committee of the Saskatchewan Municipal Board will rule not later than Feb. 4, 2013 on the City of Swift Current's application for an alteration of boundaries to incorporate the commercial land on the city's western boundary, which is currently located within the R.M. of Swift Current #137.

New and existing businesses in Swift Current continue to benefit from the City’s tax incentive policy.
Councillors approved requests for assessment exemptions from three businesses during a regular council meeting Nov. 26.

The Swift Current area has made it onto the shortlist as one of two potential sites for a proposed project that will help SaskPower to meet future electrical demands in the province.

Swift Current’s local Grandmothers to Grandmothers group is gearing up for their winter fundraiser, to help raise money and awareness for the Stephen Lewis Foundation – a grassroots organization that works at supporting grandmothers and orphans on the frontlines of the AIDS pandemic in Africa.

Friday, 23 November 2012 08:04

Swift Current makes the cut for new SaskPower plant

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SaskPower has shortlisted Swift Current as one of two potential sites for a proposed electrical generation facility.

A well-established recycling service in Swift Current for shredding confidential and regular office documents has a catchy new name.

Wednesday, 21 November 2012 15:47

Swift Current Comp. students helping Salvation Army

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The Student Leadership Council at the Swift Current Comprehensive High School took it upon themselves to help out some of the members of our community who are facing struggles this time of the year.
The group organized a food and item drive to support the local Salvation Army, Southwest Crisis Services, and Operation Christmas Child.

The three historic Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) buildings located at the bottom end of Central Avenue in Swift Current is a constant reminder of the city’s railway past and a new feasibility study will look at ways to preserve that heritage.

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