Increase of 10% to base utility rates likely in ’19

Editor’s note: The Melville Advance has declined to sign the City of Melville’s embargo agreement. This means we did not receive any supporting documents...

It is not acceptable to shoot people for theft: RCMP

Rural residents who attended a recent RCMP town hall meeting had one issue on their minds: how far can they go to protect themselves...

Food bank helps hundreds this Christmas

The Melville and District Food Bank is preparing to help 200 families celebrate Christmas by collecting food and toys to ensure everyone has a...

Citizens on Patrol Program walking the streets again

Melville’s Citizens on Patrol Program (COPP) is finally walking the streets and being an extra pair of eyes for RCMP after laying dormant for...

No changes made to council’s pay

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Youth council now operational

The voices of several Melville youths rang out in city council chambers recently, as the mayor’s youth council made its first presentation after springing...

Melville teacher praised for improving shop safety

Administration with the Good Spirit School Division (GSSD) has given high praise to Melville teacher Dennis Muzyka for his efforts to make industrial arts...

City hall cracks down on numerous bylaw offences

Editor’s note: The Melville Advance has declined to sign the City of Melville’s embargo agreement. This means we did not receive any supporting documents...

Downtown rings with cheer during Christmas kickoff

The jingling of bells and clip-clop of horse hooves reverberated throughout downtown Melville as Clydesdale horses Peaches and Lassie pulled wagonloads of kids and...

Prairie Fire may fold

The Melville Prairie Fire could be ejected from the female midget AAA league after this season, as the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) has announced...

Fire Prevention Week 2018