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Special Olympian wins bronze in Wichita, Kansas

A Melville Special Olympian had a chance to shine in an international softball tournament and he made the best of it. Catlin Parisien, who works...

Art program back in class

Melville Community Works It’s one of Melville’s best-kept secrets, the art community here. Spanning all ages, Melville Community Works is the hub of art in...

Watercolour painting perfection

Melville Art Club Patrick Stelmacowich of Melville has always had an avid interest in painting, but the hobby and interest were further renewed after he...

Bishop Exner visits the Mariahilf Chapel

Mariahilf Chapel is a historic property south of Melville just off Highway 47. The parish was started in 1892 as a Roman Catholic settlement...

Canadian company sets to purchase USA rail line

Canadian National and Kansas City Southern Kansas City Southern (KCS) announced on May 21 that the Company’s Board of Directors, in consultation with its financial...

City recognizes Pride Week

Pride week in Melville started happening as of June 21st and will continue throughout the month. It began with a flag-raising of the iconic...

Cowessess locates 751 unmarked graves

Following the discovery of 215 children buried at the residential school in Kamloops, BC, Cowessess First Nation began a Gravesite Restoration Project on its...

New Prairie Co-op stores set to open in 2021

Home Centre scheduled for April opening; Food Store to be completed in August Construction on the new Prairie Co-op Food Store and Home Centre are...

Melville embracing recycling program with high success

City’s high recycling rate nets rebate of over $50,000 Waste Management – it’s been the hot topic of debate and discussion for the last couple...

Cyclists cruising Canada coast-to-coast

Tour du Canada make a stop in Melville A group of avid athletes making their way from coast to coast stopped for a break in...

Provincial News

Saskatchewan implementing mandatory masking, proof of vaccination

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced new measures to address health care capacity pressures caused by rising case rates, primarily driven by the unvaccinated...

Grasslands News Fall Ag 2021