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No School Like the Old School



Central School in Swift Current is in a tight race in the Majesta 'Trees of Knowledge' competition.  The winning school will receive $20,000 in funding.  Central plans on building an outdoor classroom.  

Their main competition...a school in Sussex, New Brunswick.

To win any battle, one must know their enemy.  The Magic Morning Show called Sussex to gather information!



To vote for Central, visit Majesta.com.  Vote once a day until May 11th. 

PBR Tickets, Today is the Day!






Tickets to the Cody Snyder Invitational PBR go on sale for Bronco season ticketholders today.  They will be available to the general public next Monday (the 16th)

Last year the event sold out in 2 days after tickets became available to the general public.  

If you're a season ticket holder go to the Stable or call 773-1509 to get your tickets to the May 26th event!    

The Tribe needs YOU...and your house.



The Swift Current Indians are looking for billet families to house players for their 2012 season.  With additional games on their schedule, the need for extra import players has grown.

Swift Current Indians President Brad Woods joined the Magic Morning show via phone to explain the process and the players limited needs for the season.



If you can house a player, call Laurie at 741-6773 

What's going on here?

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Pictured:  The former site of The Elmwood Outdoor Rink...we think we've found out what will be built there...

It has come to light that an outdoor fitness area will be built at the old Elmwood outdoor rink land.  There will be fitness equipment for youth to use.

More details on this as it happens. 

Accident on Highway 1...Mayor Responds to Safety Issues.

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A fatal accident on Highway One on March 23rd has prompted discussions about safety in Swift Current along the trans-Canada

Swift Current Mayor Jerrod Schafer joined the Magic 97 Morning Show on Tuesday Morning.  There has been much talk in editorials and on social media about safety along Highway One in Swift Current.  A Winkler Manitoba Man was killed after being hit by a semi March 23rd.

Here are Mayor Schafer's thoughts...

 
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