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Saskatchewan’s five Western Hockey League teams, in partnership with Great Western Brewing Company, have come together and are proud to launch the first ever Hockey Harvest Lottery in support of player scholarship funds. The goal of the Hockey Harvest Lottery presented by Great Western Brewing Company is to raise money for each team’s alumni...
The Swift Current U15 Wildcats tied the host Regina Rebels 1-1 in their season opener on Saturday. Kendra Shumaker scored a shorthanded goal for the Wildcats in the first period with assists from Cydny Price and Kaylee Williams. Abby Manz replied for the Rebels in the third period to close the scoring.
A blizzard appears to be heading to Swift Current and area on Sunday, November 8th. Environment Canada has predicted 20 to 50 centimetres of snowfall, along with high winds of up to 90 kilometres per hour and blowing snow. The City of Swift Current will take significant measures to address the winter road conditions...
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Public Health officials are advising of a trio of locations in Swift Current where an individual with COVID-19 may have exposed the virus to other individuals. In a Public Service Announcement earlier today, the Saskatchewan Health Authority issued a notification to advise the public of potential exposure to COVID-19 by an individual or individuals...
The Swift Current Broncos claimed overage forward Michael Farren off of waivers the club announced Monday. The 2000-born forward is a veteran of four Western Hockey League seasons, most recently with the Kelowna Rockets. The 5’10’’, 162-pound Surrey, BC product registered six goals and 14 assists in 41 games with the Rockets last season.
Three unbeaten teams remain after three weeks of action in the Swift Current Curling Club – Innovation Credit Union Super League. Westax, Subway, and the Swift Sliders all won on Thursday to move to 3-0 and sit atop the 14-team standings. October 29 results:First Avenue Dental defeated Swift Plumbing; Subway defeated...
Swift Current City Council candidate Chris Garner is raising a series of questions about city spending as he begins his campaign to become one of Swift Current’s next six city councillors. “With property tax increases generating an increase of $7 million over the last five years and very little increases to services that benefit...
Special Olympics Swift Current's Rahimay Priebe was recognized during the 2020 Special Olympics Saskatchewan awards, which were held virtually on October 8. Priebe was the recipient of the Shining Star Award, which was presented to a Special Olympics Saskatchewan athlete who best exemplified the spirit of Special Olympics over the past year through their...
The Swift Current 57’s Baseball Organization’s announced Jonas Lovin as the new Head Coach and General Manager of the Ball Club effective immediately. Lovin replaces Joe Carnahan who informed 57’s President Brad Woods that he will not be continuing as head coach and general manager last month. Jonas Lovin Lovin...
Eastend’s Streambank Golf course was the site for the SWAC Cross Country meet on Wednesday, October 14 with over 50 runners from six schools register for the event. The weather was not ideal, very cold and windy, but the athletes were determined to run. Races were staggered so that social distancing and maximum number...
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