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1200 Episodes of SWTV News a Special Feature, 2nd Avenue Overpass Upgrades Start May 2, Swift Current Chamber of Commerce Welcomes New Members.

Warm Weekend Weather Forecast
Environment Canada is calling for a High of 15 Today in the Sunshine. Clear and 0 for Tonight. Mainly Sunny and a High of 17 for Saturday. Looking ahead to Sunday a High of 20 in the Sunshine and up to 23 by Monday. More Sunshine and a High of 25 on Tuesday and warming up to 26 for Wednesday.

Road Detours Planned in Swift Current
From May 2 through August 19 both lanes of the 2nd Avenue overpass in Swift Current will be CLOSED to traffic as crews undertake the rehabilitation project. Traffic will be diverted away from the area with alternate routes along Memorial Drive and Lac Pelltier Trail. Emergency crews will have a specific undisclosed route to get to the Southside to attend any emergency situations. In addition, the Swift Current Fire Department will have one of their trucks on site on the Southside throughout the overpass project, in case of any emergency. Further details on actual routes are posted on the City's website, www.swiftcurrent.ca/overpass

Annual 49 x 110 Conference in Swift Current
Annual 49 x 110

The Future of the Springs Valley Commercial Subdivision


Rail Line Safety in the Spotlight
The Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Shortline Rail Association are partnering to raise train safety awareness in elementary schools across the province. The government and SSRA distribute train safety activity booklets to Grade 4 students in more than 100 schools near Saskatchewan shortline railways. Public Rail Safety Week is an Operation Lifesaver initiative that aims to bring awareness to rail safety and encourages people to be safe while travelling near rail crossings or tracks. Further resources can be found at Operation Lifesavers website at www.operationlifesaver.ca