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Fundraiser for couple who would ‘do anything for their friends’

A Goodeve couple who would do anything for their community is now on the receiving end of their community’s generosity. A fundraiser is being held...

Melville told to remember war and to hate it

It was standing room only at the Robert G. Combe VC legion branch on Nov. 11, as hundreds of Melville residents came to honour...

Rail City issues spark debate

Rail City Industries was a hot topic during council’s latest workshop meeting, as three issues affecting the community group were discussed at length and...

Rental fee for 2016 spring ice discussed by city council

Financial figures for how much it will cost to remove and re-insert the ice at Horizon Credit Union Centre for spring 2016 created some...

Classroom innovations better meet students’ needs

Innovations in the classroom during the past few years have addressed students’ needs and how they learn today. Schools in Melville have adopted such innovations,...

No work crew but speeder still guilty

Even though there were no workers present for almost the entire 10-kilometre stretch of road, a Yorkton driver was found guilty of speeding through...

Businesswoman uses health challenges to help others

Nearly a decade of health challenges led Kelly Day to start a business that focuses on helping others heal using holistic methods. Started in September,...

Melville volunteer firemen recognized for service

The province has recognized two members of Melville Fire and Rescue for serving as volunteer firefighters for more than 25 years. Capt. Larry Hanaback and...

Driver guilty of using cellphone even though vehicle was stopped

A Melville businessman was convicted of using his cellphone while driving, even though his vehicle was stopped and in park. Edward Sagan was found guilty...

Council denies backyard chickens, raises home business fees

Raising chickens in a backyard, increasing home-based business licence fees, plus addressing HCUC lighting were some issues council discussed at its workshop meeting on...

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...