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Carla Beck, the Saskatchewan NDP's deputy house leader and MLA for Regina Lakeview, believes the opportunity for political change in Saskatchewan has increased since the 2016 provincial election.

Various emergency services participated in a simulated scenario at the Swift Current Airport on Oct. 11 to test their readiness to deal with a real emergency event at the airfield.

Two African grandmothers will be among the guest speakers at a book launch in Swift Current for a new book about grandmothers across the African continent who raised children orphaned by the AIDS pandemic.

The construction of a new equipment storage facility for the City of Swift Current's heavy equipment will result in long-term cost saving on leased storage space.

The publicly-funded influenza (flu) vaccine will be offered in Saskatchewan beginning October 23 through public health clinics, some physician and Nurse Practitioner offices, and participating pharmacies.

Friday, 20 October 2017 01:19

94 straight wins and counting for the Ardens...

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The Swift Current Comp. High School Ardens soccer team knows soccer. Just ask the other teams of Moose Jaw's women's soccer league.

David Anderson, Cypress Hills - Grasslands MP will honour 34 southwest Sask. citizens by presenting them with the Celebrate Canada 150 medal.

Thursday, 19 October 2017 11:07

SwiftLink hosts Charity Expo on October 28

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SwiftLink, a local organization with a vision of unifying our community by helping other communities in need, is hosting the very first ever “Charity Expo”.

On October 14,  Swift Current Municipal  RCMP received a complaint that a male youth had brought a firearm to a school in the Chinook School Division in Swift Current.

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