The Swift Current branch of the Saskatchewan Abilities Council is launching a new program to provide support for young people who experience barriers to employment.
Giving is a wonderful part of the holiday season and the local SPCA has some creative ways to support animals in need this winter.
The diversity of people in Saskatchewan were celebrated last week in communities across the province during Saskatchewan Multicultural Week.
Men working to end men’s violence against women is the annual theme of the White Ribbon Campaign and those at Maverick School in Swift Current will again be out raising awareness on Dec. 6.
The government’s P3 projects hit a major economic milestone as Century Roofing & Sheet Metal Ltd. from Saskatoon became the 200th Saskatchewan company to join in construction.
On November 23, shortly before 10 a.m., Swift Current RCMP received a complaint a student had made threats against Swift Current Comprehensive High School.
The Salvation Army launched its 103rd annual Christmas campaign in Swift Current on Nov. 19 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the Miracle Room with angel tree in the Swift Current Mall.
The City of Swift Current will have to spend $2.5 million to replace the main arena ice floor slab in the Credit Union iplex, which has started to lift due to frost heaving.