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Raises recommended for council

The Council Remuneration Task Force - consisting of Dean Hergott, Sid Helmkay and Phil Griffeth - presented their report to Humboldt City Council during a regular council meeting on November 14.
French literacy program at HPS gets thumbs-up

French literacy program at HPS gets thumbs-up

After only two months in the Intensive French program, Grade 6 students at Humboldt Public School (HPS) were given a positive report by their teacher for their efforts to learn a second language.

City working on clearing snow

Although it may seem like a lot of snow is not being removed from Humboldt's streets, rumors of the City of Humboldt not budgeting for snow removal are greatly exaggerated.
Packed up

Packed up

We See You container on its way to Tanzania

Broncos falter in Yorkton, win in shoot-out at home

They faltered a little in Yorkton, but recovered back on home ice. The Humboldt Broncos played the Yorkton Terriers on November 18 in Yorkton, falling to the home team 4-1.
Senior Boys' 2A Volleyball Regionals

Senior Boys' 2A Volleyball Regionals

The Senior Boys' 2A Volleyball Regionals was held in Muenster on November 19. Muenster didn't place in the tournament but will be hosting Provincials on November 26.

Coaching at Junior A Challenge exhausting: Brockman

Exhausting and rewarding. That's how Dean Brockman, head coach and general manager of the Humboldt Broncos described his time on the coaching team of Team Canada West at the 2011 World Junior A Challenge in Langley, British Columbia November 7-13.
Humboldt artist nominated for self-publishing award in 2011

Humboldt artist nominated for self-publishing award in 2011

When Elaine Will decided she wanted to be a comic artist, it was no laughing matter.
Muenster baseball players experience U.S. ball

Muenster baseball players experience U.S. ball

Some kids from Muenster spent a weekend in much warmer temperatures than we had here in Saskatchewan.
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