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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...

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...

Ottawa trip highlights women in politics

MCS graduate Brooke Malinoski was one of 338 young women from across Canada to sit in the House of Commons chamber recently and communicate...

Landfill has another 22 years of life

The City of Melville landfill has another 22 years remaining of life expectancy, or about 190,000 cubic metres of space available, according to an...

Vaccines important to health of cattle herds, says expert

De-worming cattle improves the animals’ immunity, feed consumption, energy conversion, and reproduction potential, according to a vaccine spokesman. “Why would you de-worm your cattle?...

Council blesses proposed regional park lake project

A proposed lake development project in Melville Regional Park has received support from city council, contingent upon the findings of a feasibility study. A group...

Crop insurance coverage up to $217/ac this year

Crop insurance coverage levels are increasing to a record $217 per acre this year, up slightly from $216 per acre last year, but producers...