Swift Current Museum Honours Local Veterans

In this November 16, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News; New impaired driving laws are in effect in Saskatchewan and as the holiday season approaches, motorists are reminded to obey the rules of the road. A total of twenty banners have been sponsored through a veterans banner program presented by the Swift Current Museum. As you plan a winter vacation health officials remind you to have your vaccinations up to date.

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Local Family Share Their Story At United Way Gala

In this November 9, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News; An annual fundraiser for the Swift Current United Way focuses on social issues in the community. This year the Mamer family from Swift Current shared their story and struggles with Addiction. The Broncos Strong Night benefits STARS and other key agencies. As Remembrance Day approaches we reflect on Swift Current’s contribution to the various war efforts through the years.

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Southwest Saskatchewan Supports Annual Healthcare Fundraiser

In this November 6, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News; The annual Pharmasave Radiothon for Healthcare raised funds to purchase medical equipment at the Cypress Regional Hospital. Saskatchewan youth smoking rates are higher than the national average and a concern to the Canadian Cancer Society. Southwest Saskatchewan will experience winter however, Environment Canada is forecasting milder than normal temperatures.

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Leader Integrated Healthcare Facility Grand Opening

In this October 30, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News; Following years of fundraising and construction, Leader and area residents finally have a new and improved integrated healthcare facility. The Swift Current Salvation Army is asking for your support to fill the shelves at the food bank and help those in need. Telephone and email scams are a growing concern and RCMP remind you that if an offer sounds too good to be true it likely is.

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Maple Creek Loses A Cultural Icon – The Star Cafe Closes

In this October 26, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News: Tina Cresswell and staff have said farewell to the customers of the Star Café & Grill in Maple Creek as the restaurant has closed its doors. Community and recreation was in the spotlight during the annual SPRA Roundup Conference. A showcase of work by Saskatchewan artist Joe Fafard is in the spotlight at the Art Gallery of Swift Current

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New Math Tool Launched at OM Irwin School

In this October 23 episode of SWTV News; Women’s health is in the spotlight during October with Breast Cancer taking centre stage. It’s that time of the year to roll up your sleeve and protect yourself from influenza and a new math learning tool for elementary students is launched at O.M. Irwin School in Swift Current.

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Maverick School Celebrates 25 Years

In this October 19, 2018 episode of SWTV News; 2018 is a year of celebration for Maverick School in Swift Current as it marks its 25th Anniversary. Swift Current Minor Football participants showed off their skills in the annual Pass, Punt and Kick event with hopes of winning a trip to a Saskatchewan Roughriders home game. Autumn is here and volunteers recently went door-to door with the 87th Kiwanis Apple Drive.

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Heliport Enhances Patient Care at Cypress Regional Hospital

In this October 16, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News; Swift Current City Council has approved the application by Dreamweavers Cannabis Products Inc. for its retail outlet in the downtown core. Whether you have a few drinks or use drugs, Saskatchewan now has a zero tolerance for impaired drivers. Patient safety is at centre of a new heliport at the Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current.

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Eye Catching Joe Fafard Sculpture Uses Scrap Metal

In this October 5, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News, Snow kicked off the month of October but mild autumn days are on the horizon. How does a $280 fine sound? Distracted driving is a concern on Saskatchewan roads and Police are on the look out for motorists breaking the law. Retailles is a unique exhibit by Saskatchewan artist Joe Fafard and is in the spotlight.

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Living Sky Casino Celebrates 10 Years

In the October 2, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News; Living Sky Casino has launched its’ 10th Anniversary celebration with a variety of events planned and as the casino celebrates a milestone in Swift Current, we look back at the construction phase of the facility. As many snowbirds consider a holiday in warmer destinations, health experts suggest having your vaccinations up to date.

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