Rail City celebrates community vision, support

Midway through its fourth decade of serving Melville’s special needs, Rail City Industries has something to celebrate. Fully settled into its new headquarters on Second...

Kindness matters

Kelly Karius sees conflict and bullying throughout the world, so she decided to bring some kindness to Melville to change how people act. Originally from...

Mother provides voice for her murdered daughter

Gwen Yuzicappi became emotional several times while discussing the death of her only daughter, Amber Redman, but knew she had to be the voice...

MMIWG process should be informal: commissioner

The inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) should be informal and culturally appropriate, says one of the inquiry’s commissioners. Brian Eyolfson...

CF Canada receives donation from Melville railroader

Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Canada will receive a grant of $1,500 from CN Rail to help find a cure for the fatal disease, thanks to...

Council forgives municipal property taxes for rail station group

The organization refurbishing the old train station building might not have to pay its municipal portion of property taxes for 2017, after city council...

Kaeding backs Moe as Sask. Party leader, premier

Melville-Saltcoats MLA Warren Kaeding is “fully on side” in his support for MLA Scott Moe as the next leader of the Sask. Party and...

Friends of the Library looking for more volunteer help

With list in hand, Irene Olynyk browsed through tables of books at the legion looking for three of her favourite authors. “I’m after Danielle Steele...

HCUC internet, cell services upgraded, ready for Mils’ home opener

The Horizon Credit Union Centre’s internet and cellphone services have been completely upgraded, which means people visiting the building for a hockey game or...

Old CN station important piece of community’s history, says rail group

Nearly $400,000 has been spent renovating the former rail station building during the past few years, turning a once “unholy sight” into place that...

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