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.

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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.

Don’t assume for even a moment Shelley Davis Forman is unappreciative of the perks that come with her award from Scholastic Canada. It’s not what pulls her heart strings, however, in being named a Reading Champion.

Students had a week to resolve some of southern Alberta’s water resource issues. If they came up with some answers, Livingstone Range school officials hoped, the teenagers may head back to the University of Lethbridge (U of L) to study the sciences once they’ve completed high school.

For more than 20 years a Lethbridge business has been making and selling ammolite jewelry from local findings around the Lethbridge area.

Mark Anderson read aloud a story of a young First Nations student who learned to count to 30 by the number of times her teacher brought the strap down on her outstretched palms. Her sister learned to count to 50.

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