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Home Hardware Building Centre celebrates opening

Generations of the Appel family were involved in the grand opening May 2 to 4 of the expanded and rebranded Home Hardware. The Melville...

Community foundation looks for direction from residents

Sometimes it’s the small projects that make a difference in a community. Members of the Melville and District Community Foundation held a Vital Community Conversation...

Melville’s Severson joins Team Canada

Melville’s Damon Severson, a stalwart on the New Jersey Devils’ blue line with a booming shot, will join Canada’s elite players at the IIHF...

Groups must give paperwork to city before getting grants

Community groups who received grants from city council in this year’s budget must submit their paperwork before they see the money. Lynsey Swanson, director of...

Despite unexpected costs, city on track after Q1

Three months into its fiscal year, the City of Melville’s financial statement is within expectations and within budget. Lynsey Swanson, director of finance, told council...

Council sub-committee formed to forge regional co-operation

City council hopes to forge a stronger, more formal relationship with neighbouring municipalities and has created a sub-committee to get it done. The group, whose...

St. Henry’s wants help to eliminate speeders

A request from St. Henry’s Junior Elementary School to make the walk to school safer for children has been referred to the police commission...

Changes to council rates lost again

Despite losing their tax exemption on one-third of their stipend, city councillors and the mayor will not make up for lost ground. Motions to amend...

Volunteers honoured for dedication to patient care

Thank God for volunteers. Volunteers at St. Peter’s Hospital and St. Paul Lutheran Home were celebrated April 9 with a luncheon in their honour as...

Council will reconsider agenda document embargo

City council may lift the embargo that often requires news media to delay reporting on workshop meetings until background documents are adopted, sometimes weeks...

Provincial News

Precaution against ticks urged

We might be glad to put a long and cold winter behind us, but the Ministry of Health is reminding Saskatchewan people that warmer...