Swift Current News

With spring just around the corner, the Community Services Division is happy to announce that the 22nd annual Spring/Summer City Wide Registration will take place on Wednesday, March 15 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Stockade, Kinetic Park.

The Swift Current Branch Library Board has launched a pilot project, Community Book Nooks – bookshelves of free books in five locations within Swift Current: The Canadian Mental Health Association, The Salvation Army, Southwest Crisis Services, Fresh Start, and Dorie’s House.

The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure would like to advise motorists of an upcoming traffic restriction on Highway 1, east of Swift Current.

He has only been powerlifting for about six months, but Swift Current resident Will Dueck is pushing his limits with some heavy weights.

The City of Swift Current will increase the revolving line of credit for property development by $10.3 million to have the additional funds required for the completion of the Cypress Point residential community, the second phase of South Munro Heavy Industrial Park and other 2017 capital projects.

Rules make up an important part of daily human life, whether those rules are the result of formal laws or a social norm that guides the way people will behave.

The Saskatchewan High School Athletic Association Region A high-school curling competition is in Swift Current March 3-4. 

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 13:25

Burris leaves Swift Current smilin'

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Former Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Henry Burris was the guest speaker at the 2017 Swift Current 57's Baseball Club Field of Dreams dinner at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall in Swift Current, Feb. 25.

The name of the Credit Union i-plex will change slightly as a result of a new 10-year naming rights agreement between the City of Swift Current and Innovation Credit Union.

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