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It was an exciting weekend at the Swift Current Motocross track on this past weekend. The CMX Powersports riders put on a great showing at the provincial SMA races on Sunday. The track was excellent and the riders all did well. CMX rider Trehvan McMorris placed first in all four motos to bring home...
SHSAA BADMINTON PROVINCIALS The Maple Creek duo of Khali and Kahlen Delorme took part in the SHSAA Provincial Badminton Championship in Unity on Saturday. The top eight girls doubles teams in the province were vying for the provincial title. The girls had a record of 1-2 after pool play and didn’t...
SENIOR BADMINTON SHSAA regional finals were in Regina on May 6 and SWAC sent a full contingent of competitors to this championship. Athletes from SWAC, South Central, West Central and Regina competed. Each classification had two pools of four. Athletes had to place in the top two to make it into the playoff rounds.
SENIOR BADMINTON Thanks to Maple Creek High School and Sydney Street School for being the host site for our senior SWAC badminton playoffs (commissioners Curtise Clement/Shawn Buss). Special thanks to Trish Carleton for running the score table at Sydney Street for the day. The top two teams in each category will...
SWAC sports playoffs are back with our last two activities of the year - badminton and track and field. SENIOR BADMINTON SECTIONALS Fox Valley, Val Marie (in Shaunavon) and Ponteix were the host commissioners for the senior sectional badminton playoffs. The top four athletes in each category advance to SWAC Districts...
SWIFT CURRENT – As of 10 a.m. today, the City of Swift Current lifted the State of Emergency that had been enacted on April 11, in response to this year’s spring flooding. For the past few days, the City of Swift Current and the Water Security Agency have been closely monitoring the latest weather...
The Water Security Agency (WSA) is pointing to a tapered off flooding risk in the Swift Current Creek in their most recent spring runoff update. Information released by the Water Security Agency this afternoon (April 18) noted that current flows in the creek are down to 20 metres cubed per second, down from last...
Swift Current Creek water levels remain high; caution urged around creek bankSouthwest Booster Staff -
CITY OF SWIFT CURRENT - As of 5 p.m. today, the City of Swift Current remains in the State of Emergency. The water levels for the Swift Current Creek will remain high, with fluctuations over the next 10 – 14 days as the Water Security Agency manages the continuous inflow of water into...
CITY OF SWIFT CURRENT - As of 10 a.m. today, the City of Swift Current remains in the State of Emergency as the water levels of the Swift Current Creek continue to be high. The City of Swift Current and the Water Security Agency have been working very closely together to manage how much...
Continuing City of Swift Current State of Emergency as a proactive measure for the potential of increased run-offSouthwest Booster Staff -
CITY OF SWIFT CURRENT - As of 4 p.m. today (April 12), the City of Swift Current remains in the State of Emergency as the water levels of the Swift Current Creek continue to be high. The current Swift Current Creek water levels match the flood events of 1997 and 2011, with the possibility...
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