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School Zones a hot topic at council meeting

School Zones a hot topic at council meeting

They want to make the community a safer place to be. A delegation of concerned citizens, including Niamh Menz and St.
Traffic stopping

Traffic stopping

Traffic tries to squeeze past a motor two-vehicle collison on the east side of Humboldt which occurred at approximately 3 p.m. on July 8. The crash left one vehicle undriveable but no one was seriously injured.
Old CN Rail Station in questionable condition

Old CN Rail Station in questionable condition

Falling apart. Those are the words that spring to mind when viewing the interior of the historic Humboldt Canadian National Rail (CN Rail) train station.
Young acrobat heading to Montreal in July

Young acrobat heading to Montreal in July

Acrobatics are where it's at for Daisy Hart.
Ethel Hoffman

Ethel Hoffman

Ethel HoffmanDecember 1, 1921 - June 10, 2011It is with great sadness that the family of Mrs. Ethel (nee Melnyk) Hoffman of Central Parkland Lodge, Lanigan, (and formerly of Humboldt), announces her death on Friday, June 10, 2011, at her residence.
Royals win big over Blue Jays

Royals win big over Blue Jays

Bats were flying on a dry Marysburg ballfield on July 10, while rain fell in other parts of the region.

Taking ownership

Last week, I was alerted to a little visitor outside my front door - a small grey and white cat without a collar, sitting on my front step. Amazingly, when I asked him to hold on, to not run away, he stayed put while I went to get him some food.

Dodgers have a successful weekend

It was a busy weekend for the Humboldt AAA Midget Dodgers baseball team. The Dodgers played two doubleheaders back to back July 9 and 10 in Regina. "The boys played extremely well... We had four games in basically 24 hours," said coach Roger Gerwing.
Workload results in another doctor leaving

Workload results in another doctor leaving

Humboldt is losing another doctor. Dr. Nevine Mahrous will be departing the Humboldt Clinic on July 29, leaving the practice with just seven doctors when last year at this time, they had nine.
No metal wasted on Mollenbeck farm

No metal wasted on Mollenbeck farm

Barely a scrap of leftover metal goes to waste on Wilfred Mollenbeck's farm near St. Gregor. There are samples of his metal creations all over the yard, but the one that sticks out the most stands over 40 feet high.