Local News

Pipeline construction requires 34 permits

Construction of the proposed potable water pipeline that will supply the new water treatment plant will require 34 permits from government agencies to ensure it complies with environmental regulations. One of the most difficult...

News

Chamber directors offer new ideas

The Melville and District Chamber of Commerce should hold its trade show in the Horizon Credit Union Centre (HCUC) instead of the “dungeon” that...

Supper theatre spoofs Indiana Jones

If you’re a fan of Indiana Jones, or comedy in general, then Melville Comprehensive School’s supper theatre spoof on the action hero is for...

WE Day encourages students to make others’ lives better

Everyone matters and everyone can do something to make the lives of others better were just two messages Melville student heard at this year’s...

Report reviews quality of long-term care homes

Residents living in St. Paul Lutheran Home (SPLH) say they are well looked after, enjoy the food and appreciate the caring staff, according to...

Sports

New archery club up and shooting in new location

Archers in the city have a new club where they can shoot for fun or in competition. When Melville’s Tru Flite Archery club decided to...

Hunt over for WMBL Mils coach

There will be a few familiar faces in the Melville Millionaires’ dugout once the Western Major Baseball League (WMBL) starts in June. Returning to the...

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...