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Caroline Albers

Caroline Albers

Caroline AlbersSeptember 28, 1912 - October 26, 2011The death of Caroline (nee Zens) Albers of Humboldt occurred at the Humboldt District Hospital on Wednesday, October 26, 2011. She was 99 years of age.
New walking trail to wildlife lands ready for use

New walking trail to wildlife lands ready for use

It's a beautiful walk in nature, with the opportunity to see deer, ruffled grouse and other wild animals. Work has almost finished on a walking trail, located on a two-mile stretch of former rail bed that runs from Humboldt to Hwy.
Kent Lessmeister

Kent Lessmeister

Kent LessmeisterJuly 7, 1972 - October 25, 2011The sudden and unexpected death of Mr. Kent Lessmeister of Middle Lake and formerly of Lake Lenore occurred on Tuesday, October 25, 2011. He was 39 years of age.
Link between Uniplex, HCI nearing completion

Link between Uniplex, HCI nearing completion

Just about. Construction of the link between the Humboldt Uniplex and the new Humboldt Collegiate Institute, and the renovations inside the lobby areas of the Uniplex is just about done.
Clara Tonn

Clara Tonn

TONN: CLARANovember 6, 1914 - October 24, 2011 The death of Mrs. Clara (nee Schumacher) Tonn of St. Mary's Villa, Humboldt, SK, occurred at Humboldt District Hospital on Monday, October 24, 2011. She was 96 years of age.

No inquest into death at airport

No inquest. That's the ruling from the Office of the Chief Coroner in regard to the death of a woman at the Humboldt airport last summer, reported CBC News.

Loss of CWB to lead to rural depopulation

If Prime Minister Harper and his "hatchet man" Gerry Ritz have their way the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) will be as dead as the pyramids of Egypt.
Skaters glide into new season

Skaters glide into new season

It's not just hockey players on the ice at the Elgar Petersen Arena (EPA) in Humboldt these days. Members of Skate Humboldt took to the ice for the first official week of lessons and practices on October 17, reported club president Larry Durand.
Train station conundrum

Train station conundrum

With demolition of Humboldt's historic train station unlikely, questions remain about its future

Something is the only option left

Well, Humboldt, what are we going to do about the old CN Rail station? And don't say knock it down. If you've read the front page story, it's clear that demolition is off the table.
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