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In this episode of SWTV News; The Swift Current Broncos enjoyed a successful 2017-18 season with a record profit. The SCBEX Awards are set for October 26 and the Living Sky Casino has been chosen as the Member Business of the Year. Smoke detectors save lives and you’re reminded to change the batteries on a regular basis.
In the September 25, 2018 episode of Southwest TV News, as the Foundation of Hope Gala approaches Pattison Agriculture and Standard Motors are again onboard as major sponsors. Over 2,200 trees have been planted over the past 10 years thanks to the efforts of the Go Green Friday project. The Swift Current Research and Development Centre hosted Food Farm educating area students about the importance of agriculture.
In this episode of SWTV News, as hundreds of new cases of Alzheimer’s are diagnosed each year, studies suggest a healthy diet can reflect a healthier brain. Swift Current marked its Centennial in 2014 and a mural project designed by James Marshall is now complete and email fraud continues to be of concern says local RCMP.
In the September 18 episode: The City of Swift Current establishes guidelines for Cannabis retailers while dealing with local concerns. Local man Lloyd Fehr showcases the electric Car he built and we profile Eastend artist Nick Saville,
About Southwest TV News
For over 13 years and 1,400 plus episodes, Southwest TV News has been there covering stories of the people of Southwest Saskatchewan. As part of our commitment to the Southwest, we’ve tried to not only report news of the day but also, to uncover important issues in the region.
Our core product is a 10 – minute TV News program that is produced twice a week from our studio in Swift Current. The show combines news of the day with human interest stories featuring the people, places, and events in the Southwest.
Host Carol Andrews has been here since the beginning
In the September 14, 2018 episode: Environment Canada predicts a warmer and drier than normal fall, the Canadian Cancer has a new campaign to stop smoking and what to consider in planning a Fall trip to a provincial park.
In this special episode of SWTV News we feature several of the events which occurred in the area this summer.
In this episode: A zero tolerance for drugs and alcohol is in place across Saskatchewan,the Swift Current S.P.C.A. and Southwest Crisis Services are joining forces for a new pet safekeeping program and checking your smoke detectors.
In this epsiode: The Lyric Theatre announces a number of new projects, Digging up history in Grasslands National Park and Farm safety is a growing concern.