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RCMP year-end stats

They're putting more people in cells, catching more traffic issues and dealing with a lot more stolen vehicles. Cpl.
2010 year of growth, storms: MLA Harpauer

2010 year of growth, storms: MLA Harpauer

Exciting, in lots of good ways and some bad, is what 2010 was in Saskatchewan and Humboldt. That sums up Humboldt MLA Donna Harpauer's comments about the past year when contacted by the Journal in December.

Extremely icy roads sends Jeep rolling

Terrible road conditions led to a number of vehicles heading into the ditch between Humboldt and Muenster on January 6, but only one required a response from Humboldt's emergency services. At about 4:30 p.m.
Hopes for better weather top of mayor's list for 2011

Hopes for better weather top of mayor's list for 2011

As 2010 winds to a close, everyone looks back at the year to ponder what they've accomplished and looks ahead to plan for the new year.

Two arrested, charged with vandalism

Humboldt was hit hard by some vandals last week, but RCMP believe they have the culprits in custody. Though two vandalism sprees took place in the first week of the new year, RCMP believe the same people were responsible for both.

Second death

CO exposure at Villa leads to second death
AA Midget Broncos at top of league

AA Midget Broncos at top of league

The Christmas break finds the Humboldt Midget AA Broncos in first place after playing 11 games. With a 9-2-0 record, the Broncos have been able to continue their winning ways from last season when they won both provincial and league championships.
Brad Trost Year in Review

Brad Trost Year in Review

Two thousand and ten was a good year for Canada. Brad Trost, Saskatoon-Humboldt Member of Parliament, was pleased with the way things went over the year, even though weather had a huge impact on this area.

Patience, patience

There's a song my sister used to sing to the children she looked after in her day home. "Patience. Have patience. Don't be in such a hurry. If you have no patience, you only start to worry.
Broncos trade 20-year-olds

Broncos trade 20-year-olds

The Humboldt Broncos dealt away five of their six 20-year-olds over the weekend. On January 7 and 8, Broncos head coach and GM Dean Brockman orchestrated five trades that sees five players leave the organization for future considerations.