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    Teen Drivers Encouraged to Take Safe Driving Pledge

    This week is National Teen Driver Safety Week organized by Parachute Canada, a national injury prevention organization. The week runs from October 19th to 25th and encourages teen drivers to make safe driving pledges, says Manager of Media Relations Kelley Brinkworth. As part of the campaign this year they talked to a Saskatchewan teen driver to see what ...

  • Rittinger's and Peavey Mart Inducted Into Business Hall of Fame

    Two long-time local businesses were inducted into the SCBEX Business Hall of Fame at the Spirit of Swift Current Awards Gala on Friday night. Rittinger's Men's Wear was founded by Al ...

  • Alcohol Factored into ATV Crashes: RCMP

    Swift Current Rural RCMP say alcohol may have been a factor in two collisions involving ATVs this weekend at Carmichael, west of Gull Lake. The crashes occurred during a rally in tha ...

  • CNIB Holding Eye Safety Presentation in Success

    CNIB and WorkSafe Saskatchewan will be holding a presentation today to students at Success School, which will focus on eye injury prevention. "We come into the schools and we do a pres ...

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    A reminder for farmers there’s still time to submit crop samples to the Canadian Grain Commission. The CGC’s Harvest Sample Program gives potential custome

  • Saskatchewan Hail Claims

    Saskatchewan had its fair share of severe weather this year. High winds and hail resulted in some crop lodging and hail damage. Murray Bantle Chairs the Can

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