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The Swift Current Broncos are back at it tonight after their extended Christmas break. Tonight's game is the first of a home and home with the Medicine Hat Tigers.
The Broncos head into the game with a 16-17-3-2 record on the season and riding a two game winning streak stretching back before the break. They are also only two points back in the East
Division of the Saskatoon for second place.
Adam Lowry is also riding a seven game point streak going into tonight. He has twelve goals and two assists in that span.
The Tigers meanwhile sport a similar 15-18-2-0 record and are fifth place in the Central Division seven points back of Lethbridge.
Puch drop is at 7:00pm from the Credit Union iplex, and you can hear it with the New Pioneer Co-op Home Centre Broncos Hockey on the Eagle 94.1.
Over 600 people attended the 3rd annual Safety expo at the Cypress Health Region Hospital last week. Accreditation and Patient Safety Coo
Swift Current will be getting a new SportChek store as part of a major commercial development at the Canadian Tire site on Memorial Drive.
Swift Current's new automated waste collection system started on Monday, and so far, there appears to have been no problems after day one.
Premier Brad Wall is pleased with what the province is getting from a US law firm that is representing Saskatchewan in Washington. Wall i
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The Federal Government has announced the introduction of a Small Business Job Credit, by lowering small business' Employment Insurance pre
This week is Abilities Awareness Week in Swift Current. A free pancake breakfast will kick off the week today from 7:00am to 10:00am at t
People looking for a hot meal this winter can find one at Salvation Army's Monday Night Meals. "It's free of charge, what people can dona
Preparations are already underway for Telemiracle 39, and that includes getting the lineup of local talent together for the 20-hour teleth
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MLA for Saskatoon, Biggar and Rosetown Kelly Block (left) and Minister of Highways and Infrastructure Nancy Heppner (right) shortly after
Gull Lake is hosting a Harvest Festival for the first time ever this Saturday. This is a new event for the public, and it will include a
After 38 years of business, Fine Furniture Oasis in Swift Current will be closing its doors for the last time this weekend. "I've enjoyed
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The Trailview Alliance Church is hosting an evening event open to the public tonight. Local talent, Keith Kitchen, will be performing som
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The Swift Current branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association is inviting everyone to the Jimmy Richardson Walk for Wellness this Sat
Shaunavon's annual Fall and Winter Registration Night goes tonight at the Crescent Point Wickenheiser Centre. Some of the groups and orga
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Next week's royal visit to Saskatchewan by Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, will wrap up in Swift Current. His Royal Highness will have