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Prairie Fire split in final homestand

The Melville Prairie Fire split their final two home games against Battlefords Sharks recently, and if this is the final season for the team,...

Dog biz approved despite some concerns from residents

A new dog grooming business will be allowed to open at 356 Central Avenue South in Fort Qu’Appelle, even though some area residents are...

National Geographic votes local photo the best

A photograph taken by Melville’s Tracy Kerestesh was voted as the most popular during a recent National Geographic contest. Every day, National Geographic editors choose...

Police will continue to check vulnerability of vehicles

The Melville-Ituna RCMP detachment will work with area Citizens on Patrol Program (COPP) groups throughout the year to keep residents safe and to raise...

Chaplain takes pilgrimage to visit where Jesus walked

Travelling to the Middle East to see places where Jesus Christ walked and where other famous biblical events occurred was an incredible experience for...

Assman gets last laugh

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) might have denied David Assman a personalized licence plate, but the Melville resident has attained the last laugh in this...

Curling club to host senior men’s championship

Melville Curling Club - Free Admission Some of the best male curlers in the province will hit the ice in Melville in late February as...

Committee creates waves for new pool construction

Regional pool proposal A regional committee is attempting to create waves of support among area municipalities for the construction of a multi-million-dollar aquatic centre that...

Ice rental rates at Rexentre increasing for 2019-22

Ice rental rates at the Rexentre will increase by five per cent a year for the next three years based on a plan from...

Lions want $upport for playground

The Fort Qu’Appelle and District Lions Club wants to build a play structure near the splash park for about $75,000, but will only proceed...

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...