Swift Current News

While high school graduation is a proud moment for most young people, for students at Swift Current's Maverick High School, it's a chance to reflect on all that they have overcome to achieve that milestone. This year's graduation was held on June 13, and 23 young students received their high school diplomas in front of friends, family, and supporters.

Here are some facts you should know about this year's Frontier Days:

There are many activities to look forward to at the historic Doc’s Town in Swift Current this summer, including a number of new social activities on Fridays.

Vehicles of all shapes and sizes will soon be flying down the Swift Current airport landing strip when the drag racing season gets under way, but the first racing weekend had to be cancelled due to weather conditions.

Depression is the second leading cause of death for teens in Canada, but a bike ride across Canada is making a call for action against this silent killer.

A new community garden will provide fresh vegetables to the food bank in Swift Current.

Doing a good deed in Swift Current this summer might result in a ticket from a police officer or other emergency services staff.

A come-and-go open house took place at the Swift Current Mall on May 30 to highlight the growth plans for the city’s northwest corner.

Walking 2 a Healthier U is a physical fitness and education program with the purpose of promoting healthy lifestyles and optimizing a level of physical and emotional well-being. The program initiated as a pilot-project in February 2013 has concluded for the summer.

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