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Council forgets to staff landfill; goes with $260,000 bid

Melville City Council has chosen Better Call Cleaning to head operations at the new landfill.During the Nov. 21 regular council meeting Acting City Manager...

Melville photographer wins ExploreSask photo contest

Melville photographer Tracy Kerestesh is one of the winners of Tourism Sask’s 2022 ExploreSask Photo Contest.Kerestesh won the Winter category and rounded up two...

City to test compressed workweek

The City of Melville will have a one-year trial of a compressed workweek for city employees.Acting City Manager Chris Bruce presented the trial program...

Motel shooting leaves one dead, one injured

RCMP search for two suspects A deadly shooting at a motel in Melville on Wednesday morning left one person dead, another injured and triggered a...

Melville Mils’ fundraiser crop yields $60,000

The Melville Millionaires have had a successful ag fundraiser this year with their canola crop.The crop was harvested on Oct. 14 with a team...

Changes in the works for next Sask. election

Province looking at ‘voting anywhere’ options Changes are in the works for the modernization of the voting process in Saskatchewan during the next general election...

SADD gives BARF bags to graduating drivers

The Melville Comprehensive School chapter of Students Against Drinking and Driving provided B.A.R.F. Bags to Driver’s Education graduates.The bags were presented to the graduating...

Council votes to terminate city manager

Two of five councillors vote against motion Ron McCullough is no longer the City Manager at the City of Melville.During the regular Council Meeting on...

Melville teachers hold relay to run to Yorkton

Teachers from the Good Spirit School Division took the Terry Fox Walk to the next level.On Friday, Sept. 23 five teachers from Melville and...

Addendum change allows sale of alcohol in HCUC

Melville Minor Hockey and Millionaires are looking to get the ability to sell liquor during special events and hockey games to help increase revenue...

Provincial News

HealthLine 811 Planned Outages

Please be advised that HealthLine 811 will be unavailable during two planned outages this week to facilitate system upgrades and staff training. The service...