W. Streelasky seeks his fifth term as mayor

Municipal Elections Melville’s Walter Streelasky has announced that he will be seeking a fifth term as mayor in the...

City proceeding with engineering for 2021

Melville city council gave approval at their Sept. 8 meeting to go ahead with the engineering stage of their 2021 water, sewer...

Outline for school response in event of COVID-19 case

Students will be back to school next week and a great deal of concern is being shown regarding the possibility of a...

Legion lottery draw returning for a third year

Chase the Ace Chase the Ace will be returning to Melville next month when the local Legion kicks off...

Finding doctors to work, live in our community

Melville’s Recruitment and Retention Committee When a small group of citizens, including Melville Mayor, Walter Streelasky, came together in...

Flintstones car visits Melville drive-thru

Citizens of Melville, including the staff at the Tim Hortons drive thru, got a surprise blast from the past this summer when...

New swimming pool contract awarded

Work on replacing Melville’s swimming pool will begin in the next couple of weeks after city council awarded the design and construction...

Wild weather wallops city

Back-to-back storms on Sunday and Monday leaves path of destruction across Melville Two major storms hit the city of...

O’Toole ahead, Lewis gaining for Conservative leader

Erin O’Toole appears to have the edge among Saskatchewan’s voting delegates in the race to replace Andrew Scheer as Conservative party leader.But...

Worrisome water study for local lakes

Increasing levels of poisonous algae in Pasqua, Katepwa, Crooked and Round Lakes is raising cause for some concern according to Dr. Peter...

Provincial News

Potential COVID-19 exposure at businesses in Moosomin

Saskatchewan Health Authority is notifying the public that four individuals who tested COVID-19 positive visited the following businesses in Moosomin when the...