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Humboldt Journal & East Central Recorder

Lab equipment finds new home

Lab equipment finds new home

It might be second-hand, but some lab equipment from a local college is finding new life. St. Peter's College (SPC) in Muenster has donated some of their old laboratory equipment to a school in Tanzania.
Pilger curler heading to Tankard

Pilger curler heading to Tankard

The SaskTel Northern Men's playdown was held at the Unity Curling club January 20-23 with 23 teams competing. Among those curlers at the event were some from the Humboldt region.
Broncos lose to Melfort, beat Nipawin

Broncos lose to Melfort, beat Nipawin

They couldn't win over Melfort, but they triumphed over the Hawks. The Humboldt Broncos took on the Melfort Mustangs twice between January 25 and 28 and were unable to come up with a win.
Theisen set NCAA pentathlon record

Theisen set NCAA pentathlon record

A local track and field athlete set a new record in the U.S. recently. Brianne Theisen of Humboldt, gained the most points ever in a pentathlon while competing in Washington.
Petersen gets special 75th birthday party

Petersen gets special 75th birthday party

It's a tradition at the Elgar Petersen Arena - honouring the man for whom the building is named on his birthday.
Annaheim fields basketball team; first time in decades

Annaheim fields basketball team; first time in decades

They're young, but ready to go. The Muenster Cougars junior boys' basketball team hosted the Annaheim Rebels in a Horizon School District league game on January 25.

What is affordable?

There has been a lot of talk in recent years about affordable housing in Saskatchewan.
Prayer breakfast honours emergency services

Prayer breakfast honours emergency services

Its focus was prayer and protective services.
Wolves in area, but not a threat

Wolves in area, but not a threat

You may have seen one and not known it. According to Karl Breker, Conservation Officer with the provincial Ministry of Environment stationed in Humboldt, they have received credible reports of wolves spotted in this area for the last few years.
New year, new focus for JCI Humboldt

New year, new focus for JCI Humboldt

It's a new year, and the Humboldt chapter of Junior Chamber International (JCI) is branching out in new directions. Tyrell Bjarnason is taking over the role as leader of JCI Humboldt from past-president Trevor Gulka.