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Konechny celebrates 50 years on Melville FD

In 1969, the world was introduced to Abbey Road by the Beatles, Richard Nixon started as the President of the United States;...

HCUC ice ready for Mils home opener

After finding out about not one but two manufacturing problems with the chiller at the Horizon Credit Union Centre (HSUC), a new...

Thunder Clean Energy makes debut in Melville

New business offers solar power options The new solar power outlet, Thunder Clean Energy has opened its doors in Melville. With the number of farmers...

Water tower still has a purpose in Melville

That great big blue water tower in Melville is still being used for two major reasons. Andrew Fahlman, Director of Public Works and Planning Services,...

Council approves new reline for city sewers

A few years ago, a project led by Andrew Fahlman, Director of Public Works and Planning Services, was in action to find problems within...

Dry conditions and climate affect fire control

Overgrowth a contributing factor One would think that floods and heavy rain would help put out fires. Tyrone Mogenson, Melville Fire Chief disputes that fact...

SADD holding students accountable

Last week, students apart of SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving) hosted events to help bring awareness of impaired driving. From special themed days to...

Oasis 25th anniversary wasn’t built overnight

Oasis Youth Centre held its 25th Anniversary Carnival last weekend at the Merv Moore Sportsplex. It couldn’t have happened without the dedication of the...

Campbell family presence is known at air cadet review

The 752 Ed Campbell Royal Canadian Air Cadets held their 55th annual ceremonial review on June 8th in front of a big company. The...

Confidence not an issue for Millionaires

This year’s Melville Millionaires squad hasn’t gotten off to a hot start but the drive and team play is there. Many factors are involved...

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Provincial News

Farmers make progress with harvest; still behind 5-year average

Relatively warm and dry weather allowed for some producers to return to the field last week, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Weekly Crop...