Babcock and Wilcox building could be leased

The 60,000-square-foot Babcock and Wilcox (B&W) building that’s been sitting empty for a couple years could find new life if a renowned real estate...

Balcarres using grant to renovate curling rink

$92,000 grant that will be used to renovate the town’s existing curling rink. Recreation co-ordinator Craig (Gubba) Geisler explained the existing curling rink would be...

Read In emphasizes support for public libraries

Staff at the Melville Public Library aren’t taking the effects of recent budget cuts lying down. Libraries in the province were hard hit by provincial...

Chick shares his story of life with diabetes

Almost 30 people were on hand at Melville Community Works on Feb. 8 to discuss new advances in insulin pumps, making life simpler for...

Enjoy live every day and a glass of wine — centenarian

When you live to be 103 years old, a celebration is in order. John Sawchuk turned 103 on April 15 and family and friends joined...

Karate in, core French and microwaves out at Davison

Students at Davison School interested in kicking their education up a notch can participate in a free after-school karate program beginning this fall. Shotokan Karate’s...

Council forgives municipal property taxes for rail station group

The organization refurbishing the old train station building might not have to pay its municipal portion of property taxes for 2017, after city council...

MCS students win medals at national trades competition

Trades students at Melville Comprehensive School (MCS) continue to dominate the championship circuit, after all four students who attended the Skills Canada National Championship...

Oucharek Quartet event to support STARS this year

After seven consecutive years of fundraisers at the Melville Opera House the eighth annual Oucharek Quartet will reach for the STARS this year. STARS Air...

Garbage still dumped at the recycling depot

Animal antibiotics, tires, needles, diapers, and dead animals: these objects shouldn’t be deposited in the recycling bins on First Avenue East, but they continue...

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...