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Melville Nordic club holds workshop at Regional Park

The ski trails in the Melville Regional park were busy on Sunday as the Melville Nordic Trails Club hosted a cross country skiing workshop.The...

Youth curling receives rocks from Lions

Youth curling at the Melville curling club has expanded their range after receiving junior curling rocks form the Melville Lion’s Club.With the new junior...

Awards handed out during 3rd firefighter’s ball

It was a night of fun, tears, and awards during the third annual Melville Firefighters Ball and Award Ceremony.Melville Fire and Rescue held their...

City building permits up in 2023

Over 2023 the City of Melville had issued 44 combined development and building permits and four demolition permits.City Manager Joleen Tuchscherer presented a year...

Chamber discussed upcoming Spring Spritzer

The Melville and District Chamber of Commerce discussed the upcoming Spring Spritzer event and more during their Board Meeting on Feb. 13, 2024.Spring SpritzerThe...

$54,000 spent on downtown revitalization

The City of Melville has spent $54,000 in upgrades to the downtown core as part of their downtown revitalization efforts.Public Works Manager Tyler Stewart...

City administration to meet with split Agri-Park board

City of Melville administration will be meeting with members and former members of the Melville & District Park Association to discuss confidential correspondence the...

Agri-Park to host skijoring races

If you are looking for a fun way to kick off spring then look no further than the Melville & District Agri-Park’s Spring Kickoff...

Teachers’ bargaining has broken down; sanctions reinstated

Bargaining between Teachers’ Bargaining Committee and the Government-Trustee Bargaining Committee (GTBC) have broken down again after two days of negotiations fell short.Negotiations scheduled for...

Melville Lions Club in need of members, support

The Melville Lions Club is in need of members and support.The Club made a delegation to Melville City council during the regular city council...

Provincial News

Province-wide teachers’ strike on January 16 

Saskatchewan teachers are announcing the beginning of a five-day countdown leading up to a one-day provincewide strike on Tuesday, January 16. The legal requirement...