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Decking the halls at St. Paul’s

In the days leading up to Christmas, volunteers from around the city of Melville chipped in to help bring some holiday cheer to St....

Melville SADD group breaks award record

Recognized as the province’s most active SADD chapter for 17-years in a row Students from Melville Comprehensive School (MCS) are taking a stand against drinking...

New Prairie Co-op stores set to open in 2021

Home Centre scheduled for April opening; Food Store to be completed in August Construction on the new Prairie Co-op Food Store and Home Centre are...

Melville photographer wins ExploreSask contest

Tracy Kerestesh is a photographer from Melville, Saskatchewan who has been involved in photography for many years. Recently she won first prize for the...

Local candidates talk economy in final few days

Sask. votes Oct. 26 The Saskatchewan provincial election is right around the corner and needless to say, COVID-19 is the topic on many voters’ minds....

Finding doctors to work, live in our community

Melville’s Recruitment and Retention Committee When a small group of citizens, including Melville Mayor, Walter Streelasky, came together in 2007 to start a movement aimed...

Flintstones car visits Melville drive-thru

Citizens of Melville, including the staff at the Tim Hortons drive thru, got a surprise blast from the past this summer when Terry Safruik...

Mayor Streelasky to receive Sask. Order of Merit

On June 5, 2020, Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirasty announced the 10 recipients of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Among them, was Mayor Walter Streelasky...

Beans causes stir with city bylaw

Mona Partridge recently moved to Melville, SK, along with her, three pets including two dogs as well as a three-year-old mini Vietnamese potbelly pig...

Passing lanes construction a go on Hwy. 10 to Yorkton

$35 million project to be completed in Oct. It has been almost a year coming and finally the passing lanes on Highway 10 are well...

Provincial News

Nearly 6,500 Saskatchewan small business owners contemplating pulling the plug

“Although there is still time for business owners to reverse course if conditions improve, it is alarming to see an increasing number considering permanent...