2022 has been filled with memorable and impactful stories. 

Here is a look back at some of Swift Current Online’s most memorable or impactful moments of 2022. 

In January, the Freedom Convoy made its way through Swift Current. Two separate convoys travelled through Swift Current as they made their way to Ottawa. 

Nikkii McClelland, the widow of former Swift Current Fire Chief, Darren McClelland, teamed up with Work Safe Saskatchewan to highlight the conversation about firefighter cancer prevention. 

Former Swift Current Bronco, Brady Leavold, opened up about his struggle with addiction and how he managed to turn his life around. 

Lake Diefenbaker saw a lack of rain, leading to low water levels. 

Residents in Saskatchewan received their first installment of the Climate Action Incentive Payment (CAIP). 

The Village of Stewart Valley saw a fire tragically demolish the local school. 

A blaze erupted at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, temporarily closing much of the park. 

After 43 years in the business, CJSN 1490's Penny Schreiner retired from Golden West Broadcasting. 

Swift Current swimmer, Tyler Servant, was announced as a part of Team Canada for the World Special Olympics Summer Games.  

Harvest Eatery, in Shaunavon, had their burger featured in In a Big 7 Travel article, ranking the best 50 burgers in the world. 

A high-speed chase took off out of Swift Current, damaging multiple police cruisers. 

A soldier from Herbert lost his life while fighting the war in Ukraine. 

The town of Cabri welcomed an unexpected visitor. 

A local business reached out to a stranger in need. 

After nearly thirty years of serving, teaching, and protecting the City of Swift Current, Deputy Fire Chief, Pete L'heureux, retired.