Wagantall hopes to meet as many constituents as possible

onth old, but for Cathay Wagantall, she has “barely scratched the surface” in meeting all her constituents. “There are 28,000 households and I enjoy going...

Troubled teen convicted for thefts

A 14-year-old boy will have to perform 20 hours of community service and abide by other conditions, after pleading guilty to two different counts...

Motherwell and RSO close out summer in style

The Motherwell Homestead was alive with the sounds of the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) last weekend on a record-setting day that saw 2,500 visitors. The...

Teachers new and old prepare for school year

rked the start of another school year in Melville on Sept. 1, not only for students, but also for teachers new and experienced. For Jessica...

New program at Davison School will provide breakfast

Students attending Davison School won’t have to deal with rumbling tummies in the mornings, as the school is rolling out a new breakfast program. Breakfast...

Miller to focus on literacy, technology and feedback

Literacy, technology and outcomes-based reporting will be the three key focus areas for Miller Elementary School this year. The school will continue to build on...

Motorist found not guilty in disqualified driving case

A Melville judge had a reasonable doubt that Tristen John Rodney Thiele was disqualified from driving under Sec. 259(4) of the Criminal Code and...

Artists Shelley Miller creates a living quilt

Artist Shelley Miller is calling her latest “homemade” artwork a success. Miller, formerly from Melville, used city residents to create a living quilt for her...

Lake residents concerned over water diversion

Saskatchewan’s water systems impact the lives of every person in the province and one group of residents is not pleased with a proposed water...

New strategic plan keeps employees’ happiness in mind

The city’s latest strategic plan is a “streamlined plan” that lays out what council would like to see happen for Melville in the next...

Provincial News

Measles case confirmed in Yorkton

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has confirmed a case of measles in Yorkton, Saskatchewan in a returning traveler who had recently flown into the...