More than $55,000 worth of drugs and 11 firearms have been seized following two separate ALERT investigations last week. Homes were searched in Lethbridge, Coaldale, and Fort MacLeod.

An online consultation on Saskatchewan’s priorities for the Next Policy Framework (NPF) has wrapped up. The survey ran from November 14, 2016 - January 31, 2017 as part of preparations to replace Growing Forward 2 (GF2).  

A night after a thrilling 2-1 win over the Moose Jaw Warriors at the Credit Union i-plex, the Broncos closed out the regular season portion of their schedule to the Warriors at Mosaic Place and dropped a wild 10-5 decision.

Friday, 17 March 2017 09:42

City reminds businesses to renew licenses

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The City of Swift Current would like to remind business owners and operators that all business license renewals must be completed by March 31st to avoid penalty. A business operating after that date without a valid business license will receive a Bylaw Violation Notice.

Please be advised that a temporary disruption to emergency outpatient services has been implemented at the Herbert and District Integrated Health Facility during the following timelines:

Saturday, 18 March 2017 04:12

Government eliminates Executive Air Service

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The Government of Saskatchewan is winding down its Executive Air Service effective today.  Use of the service has decreased drastically in recent years – down from 595 trips in 2006-07 to 165 trips in 2016-17, and mileage is down by 73 per cent.

Great Plains College Swift Current Campus recently awarded a total of $9,500 to Electrician students in celebration of their decision to continue their education. Innovation Credit Union, a long-time donor, made a $3,500 commitment to scholarships this year and was on site to present an Entrance Scholarship to Brendan Nelson.

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