- Magic 97.1
- Eagle 94.1
Canada faced some adversity in a 6-3 win over Slovakia at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Russia this morning.
JC Lipon and Anthony Camara each got game misconducts, leaving Canada with 10 forwards and a 3-1 deficit in the second, but rallied with three goals in the last half of the middle frame and two more in the third to stay unbeaten.
Ryan Strome had a pair of goals, while Morgan Reilly of the Moose Jaw Warriors had a goal and two helpers. Canada takes on the USA on Sunday.
Earlier this morning, Finland dropped a 3-1 decision to the Czech Republic. Broncos goalie Eetu Laurikainen is on the Finnish squad as a backup. Finland faces Switzerland on Sunday.
A new humane society to enforce the Animal Protection Act in Saskatchewan has been established. The Ministry of Agriculture has reached a
Saskatchewan has set a new all time record in merchandise exports to countries outside of the United States. Recently release figures dem
While retailers often offer warranties for goods and appliances, there are already statutory warranties offered under Saskatchewan law to
On Monday, the Cypress Health Region will once again conduct their Adult and Senior Health Fair in the Living Sky Casino banquet room. Th
The sixth annual Banquet and auction fundraiser for Rock Solid Refuge will be held this evening at the Credit Union I Plex in Swift Curren
Today at Centennial School, the Francophone Fair will be running from 1:00pm-5:00pm. Everybody is encouraged to come out and show their sup
The Lyric Theatre will stage some Saskatchewan musical talent tonight in Swift Current. Swift Current's own Colter Wall, as well as Regin
The band PEAR will be making their way to Swift Current to perform at the Living Sky Casino. The Calgary based duo, Denis and Lynae Dufre
To reduce the risk of Dutch Elm Disease, Saskatchewan will be under a tree pruning ban from April 1st to August 31st. The Northern Elm ba
American heavy metal band, Skid Row, will be performing at the Living Sky Casino with tickets going on sale today. "Skid Row has been aro
Swift Current's Shelby LeBel is changing nursing simulation labs with her new prototype. Simulation is an important part of the nursing p
Swift Current has once again been awarded with the TD Green Streets Grant from the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation and Tree Canad
Swift Current RCMP are investigating a hit and run in the downtown core. The incident occurred on the night of March 13th, where a black
The Chinook Golf Course Driving Range will open for the first time this season tomorrow morning. "We're really excited," said Chinook Gol
The Swift Current & District Chamber of Commerce held their Annual General Meeting Wednesday night at Walker Place, where Michel Degui
The Kritical Stage theatre company in Kyle will be taking the stage for their Spring production March 26th-28th at the Kyle Elks & Com
Spring and Summer registration night happens this evening in Shaunavon. Director of Wellness and Leisure, Ava Kalaschnick invites everyon
A suspect in an armed robbery attempt at the Wheatland Mall in Swift Current this week answered to charges in Swift Current Provincial Cou
The next court date for a local hockey coach facing sexual assault charges has been moved up to April 6th. Thirty-nine-year-old Ryan Cham
The Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory has confirmed two respiratory viruses circulating in the Shaunavon Hospital and Care Centre, f
The Red Cross Day of Pink is coming up on April 1st, and Swift Current residents have the chance to purchase their own pink shirts for the
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program will see some changes following consultations with stakeholders to improve processing times, at
RCMP have made an arrest in connection with an attempted armed robbery this week in Swift Current. Police say 30-year-old Cody Bender was
Swift Current RCMP have charged a man they say was caught going nearly double the speed limit on the Trans-Canada Highway Tuesday afternoo
The Swift Current SPCA recently received a very generous contribution of a $10,000 endowment from the South Saskatchewan Community Foundat