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Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Saturday, June 25, 2022


Province lowers booster dose age to 50

All Saskatchewan residents aged 50 years and older are now eligible to receive a booster dose to provide better protection from COVID-19.

VLT jackpot in Swift Current produces Saskatchewan’s newest millionaire

Rebecca Tyberg of Success is Saskatchewan’s newest millionaire after claiming the top prize in a Western Canada Lottery Corporation wide-area progressive jackpot.

Donna and Steve Kraus Estate bequeath contributes $450,000 to Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare...

The estate of Donna and Steve Kraus has made an impactful donation of $450,000 to the Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation.

Dr. Shahab recommending masks be worn indoors through to spring

Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab is recommending that people continue to mask indoors through to March to avoid any...

Saskatchewan producers require additional drought-survival measures

The Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association (SSGA) is calling on the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada to expand drought-survival...

Blizzard conditions will impact parts of the Southwest on Tuesday afternoon and evening

After being battered by high winds for much of the day, Southwest Saskatchewan is now preparing for blizzard conditions for the remainder...

COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits available at Swift Current City Hall

CITY OF SWIFT CURRENT – The City of Swift Current would like to advise citizens that it has received a supply of...

Great Southwest Shakespeare Festival receiving prestigious Heritage Saskatchewan award today

A summer long effort has paid off for the Great Southwest Shakespeare Festival, with the Festival winning Heritage Saskatchewan’s Lieutenant Governor of...

Dr. Kevin Wasko earns Citizen of the Year honours at SCBEX celebration

Swift Current physician Dr. Kevin Wasko was saluted as Citizen of the Year during the 23rd annual Swift Current Business Excellence Awards...

Dancers from across Saskatchewan joining forces today

Dancers from across Saskatchewan will be sharing their joy of dance during a province wide celebration on October 27.


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