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Fahlman receives provincial public works award

The Saskatchewan Public Works Association (SPWA) has recognized the City of Melville’s Andrew Fahlman with the 2018 Public Works Person of the Year Award. Fahlman,...

Physical therapist opens business

After a decade of providing physical therapy services at St. Peter’s Hospital, Jannah Haas has taken the next step in her career by starting...

Curling brings together the young and not-so-young

It was Bruce Korte’s first year curling in the senior men’s provincial championship, even though he does not yet qualify for a pension. Korte turned...

Special teams may decide Prairie Fire’s fate

Special teams play could decide who wins the first-round playoff series between the Melville Prairie Fire and the Regina Rebels. The best-of-five matchup was to...

Discretionary use approved for new Sarcan building

Chaplin Holdings plans to construct a larger building to house Fort Qu’Appelle’s Sarcan operations, but it will have to connect to future water infrastructure...

Tax hike of 3.4 per cent proposed in ’19 budget

Editor’s note: The Melville Advance has declined to sign the City of Melville’s embargo agreement. This means we did not receive any supporting documents...

Crop insurance coverage levels hit record high for 2019

Average crop insurance coverage levels are increasing this year to a record amount per acre, while additional weather stations are being installed to give...

Provincial projects will fight climate change, says Kaeding

Several projects in Saskatchewan will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and generate sustained renewable energy, says Melville-Saltcoats MLA Warren Kaeding. SaskPower and the provincial government...

Hobbyist re-creates family farm buildings out of wood

Walter Miller enjoyed living on the family farm so much that he created miniature structures of every building that used to stand on the...

Budget proposes funding to jumpstart vehicle replacement plan

Editor’s note: The Melville Advance has declined to sign the City of Melville’s embargo agreement. This means we did not receive any supporting documents...

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...