Politicians must respect justice system, says Scheer

The death of Colten Boushie was a “tragic situation,” but politicians should respect the independence of the judicial system and not undermine it with...

‘Shop local’ mantra can kill a community, says therapist

The mantra of “shop locally” will kill a community if residents don’t find the products they want and shop elsewhere, which is why business...

Kerestesh’s photos now showcased at community works

The Melville Community Works (MCW) art gallery is featuring the photos of Melville photographer Tracy Kerestesh in February, giving residents the opportunity to see...

Cannabis buzz positive

Some Melville residents are thrilled the community could receive a cannabis retail business, based on comments posted to the City of Melville’s Facebook page. The...

Kaeding named minister in new premier’s cabinet

Melville-Saltcoats MLA Warren Kaeding will have to manage his time more effectively, after Premier Scott Moe made him a minister in his new cabinet. Moe...

Esterhazy man $30K richer after winning Melville’s Chase the Ace

Esterhazy’s Dean Duchek is $30,000 richer, after finding the ace of spades during the Melville Lions Club’s inaugural Chase the Ace swimming pool fundraiser. Duchek...

Melville MLA receives cabinet post under Scott Moe government

Melville-Saltcolts MLA Warren Kaeding has received a cabinet position under the new Scott Moe government. Scott Moe was formally sworn in as Premier of Saskatchewan...

Blog has reading tips for kids

Melville teacher Laura O’Brien is passionate about reading and has created a blog to be a resource for librarians, teachers, parents and students looking...

TSB investigating death of CN worker and accident’s cause

The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) is investigating the death of Canadian National (CN) Railway employee Melissa Heins, 26, who was injured in the railway...

Policy developed for high water consumption bills

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