Local News

Hayes guilty of threats

After threatening to kill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and saying he would thank whoever accomplished the task, Grayson resident Christopher Hayes was found guilty of making threatening comments and will pay a $500 fine...

News

Melville grew by 16 people since 2011, according to federal census

The City of Melville grew by just 16 people during the last five years, according to data from Statistics Canada’s 2016 census numbers. Melville’s population...

Near normal spring runoff predicted for Melville area

The Melville area has the potential for near normal spring runoff this year, says the Water Security Agency (WSA), while the rest of the...

Students read 15,000 pages in a month

A literacy project designed to help students at École St. Henry’s Sr. School feel more successful with their reading was more successful than originally...

Food bank fundraising for new building

The Melville and District Food Bank intends to raise $200,000 this year so it can either expand its current building or purchase a new...

Sports

Terriers add to Mils’ woes

Just when the SJHL Melville Millionaires need to find ways to win, they’re instead discovering new ways to lose. Millionaires 2 at Yorkton Terriers 3...

Prairie Fire end season on sour note

The Melville Prairie Fire faded to the finish. The Saskatchewan Female Midget Hockey League squad lost two of its last three home games as well...

Opinion

We can’t be naïve any longer

A young man calmly walks down the street in a small town. He looks like an average youth today. He has a hooded jacket...

RCMP members deserve honours for their role in protecting Parliament

Why was the story re-written? The account of the Parliament Hill attack last Oct. 22 when Michael Zehaf-Bibeau stormed Parliament Hill with the intent...