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Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Saturday, May 25, 2019
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UPDATE: Swift Current RCMP are reporting that they have safely located a 40 year-old woman they were seeking and have transported her to hospital. On Thursday evening the RCMP issued a press release asking for the public's assistance in locating a women last seen near the Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current at approximately 6 p.m.. The RCMP were concerned...
The Swift Current Curling Club is committed to ensuring that curling – one of Canada’s top sports – remains a featured attraction for the community and surrounding region to enjoy. In order to raise awareness of the sport, recruit new members and gain valuable feedback as to potential development opportunities for the club, the Curling Club wishes to invite...
Badminton playoffs remained the main focus for the South West Athletic Conference this past Saturday. The last major sport of the year will be Track and Field and section meets take place on May 22 (Blue Section) and May 23 (White Section). The junior district badminton championship took place in Swift Current. The top four teams from Cypress Hills, Rolling...
The Southwest took the brunt of the blizzard which passed through Saskatchewan on Sunday. Environment Canada is reporting that the Eastend area received 45 centimetres of snow, with the Cypress Hills region being blanketed with 37 centimetres of snow. The Consul area was hit with 18 centimetres of snow. Additionally, the worst of the winds were also experienced in the Southwest....
Blizzard conditions are wreaking havoc on travel in the Southwest, with RCMP responding to a series of accidents along the TransCanada Highway. The Highway Hotline reports delays of up to three hours are expected along the TransCanada Highway west of Gull Lake, as RCMP are directing traffic back eastbound after closing the westbound lanes. Maple Creek and Swift Current Rural RCMP...
The Swift Current Municipal RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying three male suspects in connection with a road-rage incident on Monday, April 15. RCMP report the three suspects cut off the victims, smashed out their window, and assaulted a male and female in the vehicle. The suspects then drove off in a blue car. The first suspect is described...
This past week, Millar College of the Bible was host to the annual Prairie Athletic Conference Basketball Championship. Seven games were played in a little over 24 hours on Thursday and Friday as seven teams representing four schools all came to battle for the championship. Three semi-final games were played on Thursday with the first game of the weekend featured...
REGINA, SK: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is reminding Saskatchewanians to fill up their fuel tanks this weekend because the carbon tax will be added to the price at the pump starting Monday. “Carbon taxes make everything more expensive without helping the environment and yet Ottawa is forcing the carbon tax on Saskatchewan,” said Todd MacKay, Prairie Director for CTF. “Saskatchewanians...
The Swift Current Barracudas Swim Club had a busy month of March in the pool as they attended Provincials and the Long Course Prairie Championships and Western Canada Games Trials. The Barracudas took part in Junior Short Course Provincials on March 8-10 in Moose Jaw. They had a great showing with 12 athletes from the club in attendance and a...
On Friday, March 22, Swift Current Municipal GIS along with the assistance of Swift Current Municipal Detachment officers, executed a search warrant at a residence situated on the 1400 block of South Railway Street E. During the search officers recovered several hundred pounds of copper wire. Swift Current Municipal GIS is requesting the public’s assistance in locating the owners of...

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