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There has certainly been a lot of it and there's likely going to be more in the weeks and months ahead.
As winter has officially arrived, the Heart and Stroke Foundation is sending out a reminder about shovelling snow. They want to remind you to take your time and be mindful of your heart.
"If your out there shoveling and you get a little bit dizzy and feeling a little bit of nausea take a break," said Carl Yaworski. "And of course if you start to feel like there is some pain in your chest, stop right there and call 911."
Yaworkski says to make it easy on yourself by using a long handled shovel or try and find one of the ergonomic ones that make the job a lot smoother.
Two young boys are dead after a collision involving a tractor near Ravenscrag Shaunavon RCMP say the boys, aged 16 and 10, both from the
Saskatchewan Transportation Company will increase passenger fares by an average of 5.5% beginning August 1, 2014. "We're looking at an av
Heavy rain, strong winds and hail have hit a number of communities across southern and central Saskatchewan on Thursday. A storm moved th
STARS Air Ambulance Saskatoon base has received its new AW139 helicopter, a $16 million donation from PotashCorp. This helicopter is a fi
A long-time Canadian sportscaster who was originally from the southwest has died. Bill Stephenson was born in Elrose before moving to Bri
The City of Swift Current is getting their funding committments figured out for the constrcution of the new long-term care facility. The
Parts of southwest Saskatchewan were hit by severe weather last night. One storm struck south of the Cypress Hills, where hail up to the
Campers wanting a weekend away from the city can take part at the third annual Sleep Under the Stars. The event takes place at Grasslands
Local Florist Poppy Parsons owner of Smart Flowers has received an industry designation in Floral Design. She was inducted into th
The Swift Current Aquatic Centre and the Lifesaving Society are looking to protect Canadians this summer from water related death. This w
It was mission accomplished for Swift Current's Meghan Chisholm. The 19 year old successfully completed her swim across the Englis
The victim of a motorcycle collision this week near Maple Creek is being remembered in his home community of Steinbach, Manitoba. John Fr
The community of Shaunavon is excited and proud to be hosting the Third Annual Braydon Coburn Hockey School this week. As part of the weekâ
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment has been busy fielding calls from the public about reported abandoned wildlife. Concerned ani
A man from Steinbach, Manitoba was killed in a motorcycle collision Monday evening near Maple Creek. The crash happened at around 6:20pm
Big changes are coming to waste collection in Swift Current. The City is converting to an automated garbage collection system this fall,
A local Swift Current Youth is spending most of her summer in British Columbia. Sea Cadet Victoria Dennis is in Comox, BC at the HMCS QUA
They may be the hottest ticket in town, only in this case, the "ticket" is the deed to a residential lot in Swift Current. The City has 4
Swift Current City Council will have a regular meeting tonight, with a few items on the agenda. They'll read reports on the renewed gas t
Residents of Kyle no longer need to boil their drinking water. The town had been under a boil water advisory for the last week after wate
The owners of Maple Creek's historic Commercial Hotel have received some funding from Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation as they continue to
The Third Annual Braydon Coburn Hockey School is happening this week at the Crescent Point Wickenheiser Centre in Shaunavon. The School i
Two men are biking across Canada to raise awareness about being safe around water. John Carey and Derek Quick stopped in Swift Current Th
Swift Current's new long-term care facility took another major step forward with the announcement of the contractor that will build the fa
Saskatchewan's new traffic safety laws have been in effect since June 27th, and it appears to have helped take some high-risk drivers off