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Garbage still dumped at the recycling depot

Animal antibiotics, tires, needles, diapers, and dead animals: these objects shouldn’t be deposited in the recycling bins on First Avenue East, but they continue...

Fire department to receive new grain rescue gear

Ten Saskatchewan fire departments — including Melville’s — are to receive new equipment important to conducting rescue operations involving grain bins, elevators or trucks. The...

Firefighters learn skills at school in Estevan

Three firefighters from Melville travelled to Estevan recently to participate in the fall Saskatchewan Volunteer Firefighters Association (SVFFA) fire school and enhance their knowledge...

Fewer students this year in GSSD and across province

The Ministry of Education has noticed there are fewer students enrolled in Saskatchewan schools this year than projected, including in the Good Spirit School...

Embroidered hanky a momento of wartime

When tanks made their first appearance in the First World War, they struck fear into the heart of the enemy and caused many German...

Fort will spend $28,300 on Second Street gas line

Poor oversight of the Second Street road project by the contractor means the Town of Fort Qu’Appelle will fork out more money to have...

Prairie Fire raises $12K to fight cancer

Sitting in a barber’s chair, Chris Fairbank had his long brown hair tied into a dozen small ponytails as he prepared to have it...

Catholic schools have 42 more students enrolled than projected

There are 42 more students enrolled in Christ the Teacher Catholic School Division this year than originally projected, an indication that the division is...

New bylaw contract should focus more on making money: Wilson

When the city’s bylaw enforcement contract with the Commissionaires expires in December, Coun. Ron Wilson would like to see a new contract place more...

MCS students help organize this year’s SADD conference

Three students from Melville Comprehensive School’s Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD) chapter helped organize this year’s provincial conference, while the chapter itself also...

Fire Prevention Week 2018