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RCMP Musical Ride gallops into Melville June 5

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride is coming to Melville on June 5.The Musical Ride will take place at the Melville & District...

Hockey Night in July with five celebrities

Melville Millionaires Alumni host July 9 Melville and area can look forward to an event full of food, cocktails, auctions, golf, and entertainment from special...

Changes proposed for electoral boundaries in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan’s federal electoral boundaries could look a lot different in the coming future.The Saskatchewan Electoral Boundaries Commission has released the proposed changes to the...

Fire season is upon us – be careful with fires

With summer fast approaching, the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) are reminding people to be mindful of their surroundings when starting fires across the...

MRSHA holds Online Auction for rail station renovations

Online Auctions have been a trend for organizations after not being able to host events to fundraise for over two years due to the...

City to close two of 12 ball diamonds

The City of Melville has decided to move ahead with the decision to close Kinsmen Park Baseball Diamond and return operational control of Bob...

SWF Angling and Henry Kelsey Big Game Awards

It was a night of food, drinks, and recognition at the Horizon Credit Union Centre in Melville during the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Provincial Angling...

Grayson’s new daycare set to open in Sept.

After a year of planning, the Grayson Daycare Committee is seeing their hard work come to fruition.On April 22 it was announced that the...

Landfill and waste water expansion budgets approved

Melville City Council held a regular council meeting on April 18 at 6 p.m. This was the only council meeting in the month of...

City approves over $17 million for two ‘mission critical’ projects

The City of Melville’s wastewater treatment facility and landfill are getting major upgrades in the coming months.During a council meeting on April 18, city...

Provincial News

Province-wide teachers’ strike on January 16 

Saskatchewan teachers are announcing the beginning of a five-day countdown leading up to a one-day provincewide strike on Tuesday, January 16. The legal requirement...