PAWELKO – Dwight Edward

It is with deep sadness that we share with you the passing of Dwight Edward John Pawelko of Birmingham, SK, on Sunday, May 30,...

May ice storm costs Melville $500,000 so far

City conducting urban forest survey of trees in community The May 21 ice storm, that struck Melville and caused widespread damage from the thousands of...

Community-wide garage sale deemed a success in Melville

With spring cleaning underway, there’s never a better time to put to test the theory that what may end up otherwise in one man’s...

Melville splash park opens

If your family is looking for a fun way to cool down this summer, the Kinsmen Park spray park is back open again for...

Fish in lakes are at risk of suffocation

Fish in freshwater lakes like those in the Qu’Appelle Valley are slowly being suffocated and floating to the surface because they are being deprived...

Water bomber pilot helps fight fires

A moment can make all the difference.Within the thin confines of that little chunk of time, momentous things can happen.It might be an inspiration...

RCMP investigate nursing home altercation

The RCMP Major Crime Unit South is investigating a suspicious death reported to Yorkton RCMP on June 1 that occurred at the Yorkton &...

Intense heat-wave sets new record temperatures

A heat-wave that started to creep into central and southern Saskatchewan last Wednesday brought intense heat and set records on Thursday in 22 communities.Temperatures...

Qu’Appelle Valley house may have ties to England

In 1999, Hazel Morris was on her way from Ontario, where she and her late husband Dave had a cattle operation, to look at...

Old roof gets repaired

Pheasant Forks School Grant and Mike Hitchens worked with William Reed last week to fix the roof of the old school at Pheasant Forks, a...

Provincial News

Second dose vaccine eligibility drops to 50+

Beginning today (June 14), the Saskatchewan Health Authority has accelerated access to second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to anyone who is 50 years and...