Crimes stats down in Melville

Melville RCMP provided crime statistics for the last quarter (April through June) of the year which highlighted calls for both service and files generated...

Reinventing Tradition… A New Way to Rodeo

Traditions give us context.They offer us the opportunity to connect with our past, while at the same time allowing us to better understand how...

SED launches new initiative for physical fitness

South East Sport, Culture and Recreation District has launched a new initiative designed to make physical activity more accessible to Indigenous communities.The organization is...

Farmers, ranchers share lands to honour treaty rights

By Shari Narine, Local JournalismInitiative Reporter As the province of Saskatchewan verges on making land less accessible to Indigenous hunters and gatherers through pending trespassing...

Grant available to revitalize Melville businesses

The City of Melville may be in the running to get a historic makeover. Some time in the future, the city might be a...

Saskatchewan agriculture producers need help

A summer so far marred with day after day of extensive high temperatures, high humidex and lack of precipitation has led to dry conditions...

Cyclists cruising Canada coast-to-coast

Tour du Canada make a stop in Melville A group of avid athletes making their way from coast to coast stopped for a break in...

Pilgrimage of Thanksgiving on Aug. 22

Church of Our Lady of the Assumption at Kaposvar, SK Now that COVID restrictions have been lifted, a pilgrimage of thanksgiving to the historic church...

Zagime signs TLE agreement

Zagime First Nation is one step closer to receiving the land it should have been granted after the initial signing of Treaty 4.According to...

O’Toole visits Grenfell and Cowessess

Erin O’Toole, Leader of the Official Opposition of Canada and the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, spent last weekend visiting communities in...

Provincial News

Two arrested, two others wanted on warrants after aggravated assault, firearms...

On July 28, 2021 at approximately 7:10 p.m., Carlyle RCMP received a complaint of an assault outside of a business on Pheasant Rump Nakota...

Class of 2021