MELFORT - Four cars of a train went off the tracks about five kilometres east of Melfort at about 7 p.m. on August 11. The cars, which were filled with grain, derailed near a Naisberry intersection. CN crews are expected to be on scene for the weekend cleaning up. There is no hazardous material spilled. More information will be posted as it becomes available.
The Melfort Marlins were very competitive at the recent 2017 provincial finals swim meet. In total there were seven swimmers who brought home 35 medals, there were 11 gold medals, six silver medals and eight bronze medals. Leading the team was Reese Nelson who medaled in all seven of his events in the boys 15-17 category. He placed third in the 200m breaststroke with a time of three minutes 13.42 seconds.
Civic pride was one of the biggest things the two Communities in Bloom judges noticed while they were toured around this city. As they were chauffeured around the city on Thursday they had an opportunity to talk with city employees, some volunteers and residents of Melfort to hear what they thought. Irene Pisula, a Communities in Bloom judge from Regina, was struck by the community spirit in the city. “You see it everywhere here.
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