Meghan Chisholm, aquatic manager for the City of Swift Current, joined five other Saskatchewan women in a swim across Lake Diefenbaker to raise money for a women's and children's organization. 

women swimming in the lakePhoto courtesy of Donna Chisholm.


An unexpected blaze in the early hours of the morning left a small business, in the Cantuar area, little more than a shell of smoke and ash. 

building firePhoto by Glenda Allen.


A fresh new look for the Swift Current Legionnaires was launched this past weekend. 

The U18 AAA hockey club will now be sporting blue, green, and white - the same colour palette as the Swift Current Broncos. 

teens donning jerseysFrom left-to-right -Parker Rondeau, Berney Weston, Kade Stringer, and Theo McGuire (photo by Amanda Weston)


Some Swift Current residents were left without power and had their teleservices interrupted after a powerline was knocked over on Monday.

workers repair damaged polePhoto by Hayden Michaels.


Former Swift Current resident, Danecia Funk, was last seen in the area of the University of Alberta Hospital, in Edmonton, AB, on January 14, 2022, and was reported missing to police on June 23, 2022. 

caucasian femalePhoto courtesy of the RCMP.


Team Saskatchewan is sending a contingent of 377 athletes from 70 different communities to the 2022 Canada Summer Games in Ontario's Niagara Region in August. 

Nine athletes will be representing the southwest at the games, including: 

  • Amy Brown (Swift Current) - Box Lacrosse 

  • Mya Brown (Swift Current) - Box Lacrosse 

  • Cameron Greenley (Swift Current) - Box Lacrosse 

  • Carter Michaluk (Swift Current) - Box Lacrosse 

  • Rahimay Priebe (Swift Current) - Swimming 

  • Tate Zimmerman (Swift Current) - Swimming 

  • Griffin Duncalfe (Swift Current) - Volleyball 

  • Shaye Wall (Wymark) - Volleyball 

  • Alexandria Metke (Cadillac) - Wrestling 

two young malesGriffin Duncalfe and Shaye Wall competed for Team Saskatchewan at the Volleyball Canada Cup in Calgary, where they won gold in a straight sets win over Team Alberta (Photo submitted by Serena Busse Duncalfe)


The Swift Current Legionnaires have removed the interim tag attached to their head coach, Todd Hornung. 

two menHornung previously coached the Legionnaires about a decade ago (file photo)


Doug Steele, MLA for Cypress Hills and Premier of Saskatchewan, Scott Moe visited the southwest. 

men shaking handsPhoto by Hayden Michaels.


Emergency crews were on the scene of a collision Thursday evening on the corner of Chaplin Street East and Sixth Ave North East. 

No word on the cause of the crash or if there are any injured parties. 

collision at an intersectionPhoto by Ken Audette


The Swift Current 57's got a 5-2 win on Thursday night against the Medicine Hat Mavericks, extending their winning streak to seven straight games. 

ball player in the fieldPhoto by Ally Paige


Dora’ the tank was an unsuspecting target for vandalism earlier this week. 

The tank, that resides outside the Colonel Clifton Centre, was recently tagged with obscenities.

TankPhoto by Ally Paige.