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Saturday, September 21, 2019
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Southwest Booster Staff

Southwest Booster Staff
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Submitted With heavy rainfall and flash flooding in Swift Current, SGI is reminding customers what to do in the event of water damage to their home or vehicle. You can report an auto claim using MySGI, through Auto eClaim, or by calling 1-844-855-2744 for claims service Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you...
Members of the Swift Current City RCMP Detachment are seeking the public’s assistance in locating an individual in connection to a theft they are investigating. On June 7, an unknown male entered a business on the 1700 block of Springs Drive and used false identification to apply for a store credit card. RCMP report that individuals then fraudulently obtained two...
The Swift Current U12 Swift Current Sonic Girl's softball team, a team made up of players from the three house league U12 teams, was at the Saskatoon Hustlers Summer Classic, a 20-team tournament over the weekend. The Sonic started pool play with an 18-11 win over the Muenster A's. The second round-robin game saw the Sonic face the Twin City...
The Stingrays Swim Club announced its May Swimmers of the Month one month into their season. Olive Corey, Isabelle Simpson, Dishtti Hiya Ramtohul, Lucy Thomliston, Justin Dueck and Olivia Parnwell were named the Swimmers of the Month. The Stingrays are busy preparing for their first competition in Gravelbourg in two weeks and will host their annual home meet at Fairview Pool...
Seven additional Southwest Rural Municipalities have issued fire bans in response to the dry conditions being experienced across Saskatchewan. Effective immediately, fire bans have been issued by the R.M.’s of Swift Current #137, Lac Pelletier #107, Riverside #168, Coulee #136, Whiska Creek #106, Webb #138, as well as the Lac Pelletier Regional Park. The newest bans are on all open fires,...
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...


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