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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...
A series opening overtime loss has put the Swift Current Pure Chem Broncos into a must win situation in their playoff series with the Regina Aces. Regina scored the game winning goal 2:02 into overtime to give the host Aces a 3-2 win over the Broncos on Thursday night. The Aces lead the best-of-three Saskatchewan Bantam AA Hockey League semi...
Walk-in services at the Ministry of Environment Field offices in Shaunavon, Leader and Maple Creek will no longer be offered effective May 14. The three Southwest locations were among 19 ministry field offices where front counter services are being discontinued. The service reduction will impact 16 part-time and three full-time staff. Ten of the impacted offices are currently only open...
The Swift Current Broncos got in the win column for the first time since January 26 by earning a 2-0 shutout win over the host Regina Pats on Wednesday night. Broncos goaltender Isaac Poulter earned his first career shutout by turning aside all 33 shots he faced. The 17-year-old netminder is now 3-20-1-0 on the season, being named the game’s...
The first annual Battle of the Border took place this weekend as the Prairie Pilots from Three Hills Alberta, traveled out to Pambrun to play against the Millar College of the Bible Edge women’s and men’s futsal teams, as well as women’s basketball squad. Kicking off the weekend was a tight game between the ladies basketball teams in which the...
Southwest Saskatchewan can expect anywhere from near normal runoff to well below normal runoff according to the most recent forecast issued by the Water Security Agency. Earlier today the Water Security Agency released their latest Spring Runoff forecast, and the March 1 report is forecasting little chance of spring flooding across the majority of the Southwest. The highest runoff totals are...

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