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Emily Jane Fulford

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Dumping poses threat to public safety in city

The recent onset of Coronavirus has undoubtedly gotten a number of people thinking more than they ever did prior to 2020 about...

Businesses deal with COVID-19 pandemic

On Friday, March 20 Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe took much needed aggressive action against individuals and businesses so as to prevent the...

Melville prepare with solid COVID-19 defense strategy

The City of Melville is stepping up to the plate early on in an effort to ensure that residents have the best...

Future of Mils baseball

The Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) recently decided that the Melville Millionaires’ Baseball Franchise would be sidelined for the 2020 season. The...

Mils terminate head coach Kyle Adams

After three top players vanished from the Melville roster earlier this year, head coach and general manager Kyle Adams has now also...

Historic fire marks 10 years

Last week marked the tenth anniversary of the fire that ended the legacy of the historic King George Hotel which had stood...

Global recycling hits close to home

A year into China’s decision to no longer accept recycling from other nations and the world is still scrambling to figure out...

Lip dub video celebrates 10 years at MCS

Melville Comprehensive School (MCS) will be launching their 10th annual lip dub music video this year. It will include a special tribute...

Council selects tender for garbage disposal

Ottenbriet Sanitation Services recommended City of Melville council met Jan. 6 with two predominant discussion points taking on the...

PTSD peer group helping first responders

The probability of exposure to trauma dates back to the beginning of mankind; along with it, the psychological impact on individuals.   Although evidence of...

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Provincial News

11 new cases of COVID-19 in Sask.; 15 more recoveries

As of April 8, 2020, Saskatchewan has 11 new, confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 271.