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Tonight the Swift Current Broncos along with Service Master are hosting the first ever Movember to Remember wrap-up party at Walker Place.
Full Interview with Natasha van der Grinten "So it's one final effort to raise some funds for male cancer research," said Broncos Media and PR Coordinator Natasha van der Grinten. "We are going to have the Broncos there, The Legionnaires, The Wildcats. We are going to be giving away prizes for the best mustache, the ugliest mustache, the worst mustache."
The party starts at 5:45 and runs until around 7:30. The Broncos encourage everyone participating in Movember as well as the general public to come out a support the cause.
"We've been doing pretty well," added van der Grinten. "We are at around $600 right now which is a little less then we were hoping for but there is still time and we have been getting a lot of positive response. We are going our first ever fans choice award."
Th Broncos are still accepting donations for Movember until the end of the month.
Around 130 runners took part in Magic 97's inaugural River Run to support the Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation, and the 6th
The Lyric Theatre will hold their first concert of the Blenders series tonight. Birds of Chicago will take to the stage on Saturday, with
An informational and interactive online tour of Parliament has been launched. The online guided tour was created for constituents
The sun was shining for the visit of His Royal Highness The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex at the new join school in Swift Current today.
Val Marie will celebrate their 50th Anniversary for the Bob Larson Memorial Rodeo this weekend. Bob Larson was a man that grew up on a ranc
Fundraising for next week's Your Family's Health Radiothon is ramping up with less than a week to go. Tomorrow morning is Magic 97's Rive
Today is the day Royalty comes to Swift Current. Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, will arrive in the city today to wrap up a three-day
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Construction has officially begun on a new $108 Million Long-Term Care Centre in Swift Current. A groundbreaking ceremony took place yest
Shaunavon's current Town Administrator will be working his last day on September 23rd. Jay Meyer has accepted a position as Executive Dir
The 6th Annual Go Green Friday is taking place tomorrow. Stark & Marsh Chartered Accountants is partnering up with the City of Swift
Jackie Powell from Swift Current has been named Associate Coach for the National Team Program. This will be Powell's third time coaching
St. John Ambulance would like to remind motorists to be cautious as we head into the fall season. Fall is a busy season, with school func
Our local Member of Parliament is back in Ottawa as the fall sitting of the House of Commons started this week. Cypress Hills-Grasslands
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His Royal Highness, Prince Edward will begin a royal tour of Saskatchewan tonight in Moose Jaw with a public event at 6pm outside the armo
Great Plains College has announced a new member to its development team. Michel Cyrenne is the new Director of Development for the
The Lyric Theatre is a busy place, with the Write Out Loud program making its return. Spokesperson Marc Ruel, says this is a unique event
It was a close call for a 64-year-old pilot after his plane crashed at Maple Creek last week. RCMP say at around 5:30pm Friday afternoon,
It's been two weeks now, and the Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory is still on for the community of Gull Lake. The Town office says t
SIAST's Palliser Campus in Moose Jaw will be back open today after a bomb threat Tuesday morning. Staff activated their incident response
Swift Current will be getting a new SportChek store as part of a major commercial development at the Canadian Tire site on Memorial Drive.