Council approves new reline for city sewers

A few years ago, a project led by Andrew Fahlman, Director of Public Works and Planning Services, was in action to find problems within...

Swimming pool needs renovation, repairs

Melville’s swimming pool needs an overhaul and the city has joined an online campaign to raise funds for repairs and remodelling. “Our objective is to...

Threshing Day a step back into the past

The Motherwell Homestead is now a National Historic Site, but it was built in the early 20th century as the home of William R....

Deal made in Crooked Lake lease agreements

A ruling has been made in the case between the Grenfell Beach Association and Sakimay First Nation regarding new rates for leased land. Dave Blackwell,...

Toy collector turned toy creator

When Tom Matt accompanied his dad to the Lestock Massey-Ferguson dealership where the elder Matt bought his first new tractor, Tom probably...

New service station to provide ‘old fashioned’ customer service

Resident Rodney Kuciuk wanted to provide the kind of “old-fashioned” customer service where people were treated respectfully and service agents went above and beyond,...

G3 plans primary terminal near Melville

By Andrea Nicholl Grasslands News A new grain terminal will soon be constructed in the Melville area, providing jobs, tax revenues, and opportunities in the community....

Antique farm machines set world record

Antique threshing machines from the Motherwell Homestead and Balcarres area have helped set a world record. The machines were part of a group of 139...

Community foundation looks for direction from residents

Sometimes it’s the small projects that make a difference in a community. Members of the Melville and District Community Foundation held a Vital Community Conversation...

Graham family tries new farming genetics

The Graham boys have been farming in Saskatchewan for generations and have seen just about everything Mother Nature can throw at them. There was...

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Provincial News

Sask. teachers overwhelmingly support sanctions

Saskatchewan teachers have voted in favour of sanctions, with 90.2 percent of members in support. Voter turnout was exceptionally high at 96.6...