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Radiothon raises large amount for healthcare with community support

Posted on 10 November 2021

Strong community support from across southwest Saskatchewan helped the Dr Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation to exceed the fundraising goal for the annual Radiothon. The… Read More »

City uses project savings to upgrade sewage lift station

Posted on 10 November 2021

Cost savings on two infrastructure projects will make it possible for the City of Swift Current to upgrade a sewage lift station without a need… Read More »

Citizen of the Year receives standing ovation at SCBEX awards ceremony

Posted on 10 November 2021

There was plenty of applause during the presentation of awards at the 23rd annual SCBEX Spirit of Swift Current Business Excellence awards ceremony on Oct.… Read More »

Swift Current resident receives recognition from Rotary for humanitarian efforts

Posted on 4 November 2021

The commitment of a Swift Current residents towards educational opportunities for children in rural Zimbabwe has been acknowledged through a Rotary award. Collin Nyabadza is… Read More »

Swift Current Municipal Detachment deal with a lot of vehicle-related complaints

Posted on 4 November 2021

The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated: OCTOBER-29 4:10 PM - report of the caller's neighbour's dogs being let… Read More »

Landowners and rural municipalities want action against oil and gas companies for unpaid leases and taxes

Posted on 4 November 2021

mliebenberg@prairiepost.com Landowners and rural municipalities that are not receiving their lease and tax payments from oil and gas companies, are turning towards the Saskatchewan government… Read More »

Chinook School Division employees need proof of vaccination

Posted on 3 November 2021

The Chinook School Division is implementing an administrative procedure during November requiring staff to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or provide weekly negative test results.… Read More »

Chinook School Division waits longer to receive new school buses due to pandemic

Posted on 3 November 2021

mliebenberg@prairiepost.com The supply chain problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on the Chinook School Division’s process to obtain new school buses. It… Read More »

Throne speech exposes disagreement between Saskatchewan government and opposition

Posted on 3 November 2021

mliebenberg@prairiepost.com The fall session of the Saskatchewan legislature started with a very clear difference of opinion between the government and opposition about priorities. The new… Read More »

Canadian Mental Health Association Swift Current happy with partnership

Posted on 3 November 2021

Canadian Mental Health Association Swift Current Executive Director, Todd Vallee, would like to announce that Mercator Financial Inc. has partnered with the Canadian Mental Health… Read More »

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