Millionaires lose to Hounds in Grenfell

A change of scenery didn’t change the result of the Melville Millionaires’ latest game, as they lost 4-2 to the Notre Dame Hounds while...

Martial arts tourney attracts competitors from across the province

The International Mantis Canada kung fu training centre held its 12th annual open martial arts tournament on Nov. 18, which saw 90 competitors from...

Clinic teaches students the basics of curling

More than 100 Melville students learned how to throw a curling rock and slide down the ice while covering the basics of the sport...

Satellite phones important in an emergency

Cellphones could become useless in an emergency since cell towers may be overwhelmed with call volume, which is why the City of Melville has...

Community receives artifacts from former mayor Peter Blake

Mayor Walter Streelasky was surprised to received a box containing artifacts from former Melville mayor Peter Blake, including a booklet commemorating King George VI’s...

MCS grad Yastrub wins provincial SADD award

The provincial Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD) organization has recognized Morgan Yastrub for her support and leadership in Melville and at school in...

Spitfires see victory as Orioles‘ team struggles

Qu’Appelle Valley Hockey LeagueThe Grenfell Spitfires and Whitewood Orioles took to the ice for games last weekend in what ended in a split decision...

North Valley girls earn prov. volleyball berth

The North Valley High School Eagles girls qualified for 2A volleyball provincials, but they’ll be looking to improve on their play in regionals. The Eagles...

Millionaires’ home stand produces two victories

The Melville Millionaires had a pair of SJHL victories last week and they also lost a couple of games, both due to penalty trouble. Melville...

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