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City approves project to upgrade rural water pipeline

Posted on 1 September 2021

The City of Swift Current will be proceeding with the first major upgrading project to the rural water pipeline since acquiring the system of pipelines… Read More »

Swift Current Municipal RCMP want help in searching for bike’s owner

Posted on 31 August 2021

On August 15th, 2021, RCMP seized a bicycle suspected to be stolen. RCMP is asking for anyone who has information about the original owner to… Read More »

Chinook School Division releases its Return to School Plan

Posted on 26 August 2021

The Chinook School Division released its Return to School Plan. Following is the Introduction The provincial government has lifted restrictive measures and Public Health officials have stated… Read More »

Kindersley RCMP respond to fatal ATV rollover

Posted on 26 August 2021

Around 6:30 p.m. on August 26 Kindersley RCMP responded to a serious rollover involving an ATV in the community of Tramping Lake. Kerrobert Fire Services… Read More »

Projects help to highlight military history of Swift Current

Posted on 24 August 2021

A new publication and a slideshow project about the 8th Reconnaissance Regiment (14th Canadian Hussars) highlights an important part of Swift Current's military history.The regiment… Read More »

Ribfest helps to raise funds for healthcare

Posted on 18 August 2021

The Living Sky Casino's first large event after the lifting of COVID-19 public health restrictions helped to raise funds for healthcare in southwest Saskatchewan.The 2021… Read More »

Council approves change to debt settlement agreement

Posted on 12 August 2021

A recent debt settlement agreement between the City of Swift Current and a landowner had to be revised due to a restriction on a property… Read More »

City receives provincial funding to upgrade two pedestrian crossings in Swift Current

Posted on 11 August 2021

Pedestrian safety will be improved at two crosswalks in Swift Current as a result of financial support from a provincial traffic safety fund.Council members approved… Read More »

Those at Herbert Stampede could’ve been exposed to COVID-19

Posted on 10 August 2021

COVID-19, and its variants, are still very much present in Saskatchewan. Persons infected with or exposed to COVID-19 should take all precautions as advised by… Read More »

Camp Shagabec benefits from educational music trifecta

Posted on 9 August 2021

Forgive Vanessa Gauvin if she is rather happy these days. She is one of the new counsellors at Camp Shagabec is loving her job.Gavin has studied… Read More »

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