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A part of the history of the old Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field lives on next to the sports field at the Swift Current Comprehensive High School (SCCHS).

A new registered non-profit organization in Swift Current wants to promote the benefits of skateboarding to people of all ages.
Swift Current Skateboarding Inc. officially launched to the public at the City of Swift Current's fall/winter city wide registration event for community groups, which took place at Kinetic Park, Sept. 13.

Sunday, 24 September 2017 03:42

Swift Current woman, 51, runs first marathon

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After the sound of a starting gun, running in a crowded first kilometre of athletes, wannabes and marathon junkies, Tracey Jones of Swift Current ran her way to the finish line at the Queen City Marathon earlier this month with a finish time of 2:42:43.

Saturday, 23 September 2017 03:38

Rustic Revival of sorts for young Swift Current welder

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A young welder from Swift Current has created a series of exclusive custom furnishings from what most would call “junk”.

The Swift Current Fire Department will no longer be providing vehicle extrication rescue services to the R.M. of Swift Current.

The City of Swift Current is working on a project to implement an asset management system and to quantify the infrastructure gap.

Swift Current powerlifter Wayne Cormier’s dedication to the sport in Saskatchewan was recognized with his induction into the Saskatchewan Powerlifting Association (SPA) Hall of Fame as a builder.

The beauty of Saskatchewan's living skies has been captured by Swift Current storm chaser and photographer Craig Hilts in his first book.

The renovations at the Swift Current branch of the Saskatchewan Abilities Council were revealed at an open house and grand re-opening celebration, Sept. 8.

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