Swift Current News

The Swift Current Museum has added another program for residents who are interested in learning more about the history of their city.

A private security firm from Swift Current is participating in a pilot project to conduct special constable duties at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park this summer.

A multi-disciplinary research project to develop beneficial management practices for watersheds on the Saskatchewan prairie is highlighting the role of spring snowmelt runoff in nutrient loss from croplands and pastures.

The dream of a group of young men during the dusty Depression years to leave a lasting legacy in Swift Current is living on and will be celebrated from June 27-30 during the 75th annual Frontier Days.

The Family Resource Centre (FRC) in Swift Current is planning to establish a childcare centre in the city that will be open 24 hours per day for seven days a week.

While high school graduation is a proud moment for most young people, for students at Swift Current's Maverick High School, it's a chance to reflect on all that they have overcome to achieve that milestone. This year's graduation was held on June 13, and 23 young students received their high school diplomas in front of friends, family, and supporters.

Here are some facts you should know about this year's Frontier Days:

There are many activities to look forward to at the historic Doc’s Town in Swift Current this summer, including a number of new social activities on Fridays.

Vehicles of all shapes and sizes will soon be flying down the Swift Current airport landing strip when the drag racing season gets under way, but the first racing weekend had to be cancelled due to weather conditions.

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