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St. Henry’s wants help to eliminate speeders

A request from St. Henry’s Junior Elementary School to make the walk to school safer for children has been referred to the police commission...

Indigenous leader Noel Starblanket dies, age 72

Lauded as a treaty advocate, bridge builder Kisikaw Piyesiwewin (Where the Thunderbirds Live), Pahpahtaywak Kihew (Spotted Eagle), otherwise known as Noel Starblanket, who died in...

Volunteers, air force practise to save lives

CASARA exercise Search and rescue technicians from 435 Transport and Rescue Squadron in Winnipeg, relying on the observations of volunteers on the ground, leapt from...

Goats attend Grayson School

No kidding! When students at Grayson School are kidding around in the classroom, they’re not goofing off; they’re developing a greater sense of responsibility and...

Budget shows Sask. has turned a corner — MLA

On schedule, the Saskatchewan Party government has tabled a balanced budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year. Finance Minister Donna Harpauer presented her budget in the...

City hikes taxes 3.68%

‘Progressive’ budget Mayor Walter Stree-lasky believes the budget city council approved at a special meeting March 14 is both progressive, yet not too burdensome on...

Fire razes Lemberg Hotel

Owners, family pet escape the blaze All that remains are decades of memories after fire destroyed the Lemberg Hotel and Café on March 11. About two...

Issue of council pay to return

The topic of increasing honorariums for city council and the mayor will return to a future agenda, after Coun. Ron Wilson presented a notice...

Tax hike of 3.4 per cent proposed in ’19 budget

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...

National Geographic votes local photo the best

A photograph taken by Melville’s Tracy Kerestesh was voted as the most popular during a recent National Geographic contest. Every day, National Geographic editors choose...

Provincial News

Barricaded man arrested after two hour stand-off

On April 16, 2019 at 10:30am Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP responded to a complaint of break and enter into outbuildings located just south of the town of...