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.

A new era for the 60 federal community pastures in Saskatchewan has dawned with the recent announcement by the provincial government that 10 of these pastures will be transferred to patron-controlled operations for the 2014 grazing season.

The battle wages on with the mountain pine beetle, but it’s not the stereotypical southwest Alberta area where there’s a growing issue.

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.

Freezing rain and snowfall warnings are now in effect as per Environment Canada. See more:

Wednesday, 21 November 2012 08:35

Travel not recommended near Ponteix

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The Ponteix RCMP would like to advise that with the icy fog and now freezing rain coming down in the Ponteix and surrounding area, travel is not recommended at all.
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 13:01

Charitable angels hover in Pincher Creek

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Three couples have come together to make a difference and give back to their community of Pincher Creek and to the M.D. of Pincher Creek.

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