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Credit union merger gets 92% approval vote

The membership of Cornerstone, Horizon and Plainsview Credit Unions have overwhelming voted in favor of a merger to partner together as a...

New stop and yield signs to be installed

Things are going to be a lot more controlled for drivers in Melville this month as the city has begun putting more...

Mayor Streelasky to receive Sask. Order of Merit

On June 5, 2020, Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirasty announced the 10 recipients of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Among them, was Mayor...

Beans causes stir with city bylaw

Mona Partridge recently moved to Melville, SK, along with her, three pets including two dogs as well as a three-year-old mini Vietnamese...

Passing lanes construction a go on Hwy. 10 to Yorkton

$35 million project to be completed in Oct. It has been almost a year coming and finally the passing...

City to receive $655,000 boost for infrastructure

The City of Melville will be receiving more than $655,000 for infrastructure projects as part of the provinces Municipal Economic Enhancement Program...

Healthcare provider contracts COVID-19

A Melville area woman has contracted COVID-19 after helping in northern Saskatchewan as part of her job with the Saskatchewan Public Safety...

Prairie Co-op announces Food and Home Centre construction begins in May

Construction is estimated at $17.5 million; floor space to be 45,000 sq. ft. Prairie Co-op announced earlier this week...

Re-opening Sask. to be phased in beginning in May

The government provided a bit of optimism on Wednesday night when they announced a roadmap to gradually begin reopening businesses and public...

Premier hints at gradual reopening plan

COVID-19 in Saskatchewan The Saskatchewan government will possibly release a plan next week to gradually “reopen” the province. ...

Provincial News

Six new cases, six in hospital, seven more recoveries

There are six new cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan to report on June 27, 2020, bringing the Saskatchewan total to 777 cases. ...