After many years of not having time during a busy career, retired teacher Ron Toles will be a candidate for council in the upcoming civic elections in Swift Current Oct. 24.
After a positive experience during his first term as a City of Swift Current councillor, it was an easy decision for Dan Martens to stand for a second term in the upcoming Oct. 24 civic elections.
Although the Redneck Betties still have another month to go before the end of the season, the final home game is coming up quickly — when the Betties will face off against the Deathbridge Derby Dames Sept. 8 at the iplex.
After serving three terms on council, Gord Budd feels there is still some unfinished business to take care of.
Among the candidates who have already submitted their nomination papers for the upcoming civic elections in Swift Current on Oct. 24, there is one name that stands out.
Don’t miss the City of Swift Current’s City Wide Registration if you’re looking for some adventure this Fall and Winter.
A new condominium development in Swift Current will provide more options for people looking to own a home.
Finding an affordable place to rent in Swift Current became a bit easier after the official opening of a new housing development.
The City of Swift Current, the Chinook School Division and the RCMP are pleased to announce that a Liaison Officer has been hired to work at the Comp High School.