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The Light and Power Department is accepting applications for a permanent Utility Person.  This position reports to the Line Superintendent and is responsible to perform varied functions that includes managing inventory in the material stores, preventive maintenance and repairs on equipment, building and grounds maintenance for the department as well as assisting in equipment operation.  This employee also assists the crew which is responsible for construction, repair and maintenance of the electric utility system.

Water Security Agency increasing flow from Duncairn Dam to 100cfs. Stay away from the creek and off the ice. Keep children away.

Go Bronco's Go

Mayor Schafer Selected Winner of CBC Saskatchewan’s Future 40..Every Future 40 winner has been profiled on CBC Radio One's The Morning Edition or CBC News: Saskatchewan at 5 throughout the week. Congratulations!!

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The Steel Wheels
Friday, April 5, 2013
Lyric Theatre
Doors: 8pm Music: 9pm

The Steel Wheels are truly an Americana band, rooted in musical styles that explore the territories between blues and bluegrass, old-time sing-alongs and foot-stompin' fiddle tunes. They are subtle innovators who respect the past but whistle their own tunes, layering in rich textures and decidedly modern energy to forge a new sound.

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Coffeehouse Evening
Friday, March 22, 2013
7:30 p.m.
Featuring a walk & talk tour of the exhibition with Stephanie . Reception hors d' oeuvres, cash bar, live music performance.
$5 cover charge.

Music performance by the "Bro Choir"; a five man a capella group with members from Swift Current; Gregory Muszkie, Vincent Houghtaling, Ethan Anderson, and from Regina, Brent Gelsinger, and Joel Lareau.
They sing a mixture of traditional repertoire, arrangements of popular music and some other fun stuff!

by Stephanie Kaduck
March 2 to April 28, 2013

"Tome" is an exhibition of expressionist paintings by Swift Current artist Stephanie Kaduck, MFA.

Each painting represents a chapter in an ongoing search. Many chapters form a volume or book. Each painting or chapter explores contrasts between earth and sky, and the dichotomy between an attraction to night and a need for daylight. The books represent an accounting of feeling and response, of thought and action; an attempt to pave a way forth.

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Here's a link to the 2013 Budget:

Lane Swim tonight 8:30-9:30 p.m. at the Aquatic Centre has been CANCELLED due to a facility rental.

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