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Joined by Premier Brad Wall and members of their families, three former residents of Valley View Centre celebrated the grand opening of their new home in Swift Current May 12.

Hypertension has become rampant worldwide among adults over the age of 40, yet there are simple steps that can be taken to reduce the incidence of this silent killer which is the largest epidemic known to mankind.

The importance of a positive environment for people to talk about their mental health was highlighted during the 13th annual Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Mayor’s Luncheon at the Living Sky Casino in Swift Current, May 2.

Southwest Crisis Services has made a number of changes to an important fundraising event to attract even more community participation.

A rally against education budget cuts and changes to the Education Act took place in front of the office of Swift Current MLA and Premier Brad Wall, May 5.

Thursday, 11 May 2017 05:38

Annual kite festival a fun time for volunteer

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Cindy R., a long-time Swift Current resident, has volunteered with the SaskPower Windscape Kite Festival for the past five years.

The inaugural Pride Week will take place inSwift Current May 29 to June 3 and SouthwestSask. Pride officials have determined the schedule of events.

The City of Swift Current Infrastructure & Operations Division would like to notify all residents that hydrant flushing in the city will commence Sunday, May 14 at midnight.

The City of Swift Current wishes to advise the public that the Swift Current RCMP and SGI Vehicle Standards & Inspection will be jointly conducting vehicle inspections of local taxis as part of a province-wide program.

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