The annual wrestling tournament hosted by the Swift Current Titans Wrestling Club experienced another jump in attendance.
Swift Current Minor Baseball president Kevin Patenaude announces historic organizational name change.
The City of Swift Current is looking at the federal and provincial governments for financial support to carry out two infrastructure projects.
A public meeting took place in downtown Swift Current on Jan. 18 to provide residents with a final opportunity to take part in the consultation process for the development of a downtown master plan and to provide people with feedback on what the consultation team heard at previous events.
A committee of Saskatchewan Party MLAs will be in Swift Current Jan. 31 to receive submissions about crime concerns.
The City of Swift Current Light & Power Department would like to inform the public of a planned power outage that will occur on January 25 from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. to accommodate a building move.
The City of Swift Current is advising motorists and pedestrians to take extra care while venturing outdoors as freezing rain has left a hard crust of ice on our streets and sidewalks causing extremely icy conditions.
On February 1st the Swift Current Broncos and Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Swift Current Branch are teaming up to raise awareness about the importance of mental health during an upcoming Bronco home game.